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by Florence C. Lister,Robert H. Lister,Museum of International Folk Art (N. M.)

Download Maiolica Ole: Spanish and Mexican Decorative Traditions eBook
ISBN:
0890133883
Author:
Florence C. Lister,Robert H. Lister,Museum of International Folk Art (N. M.)
Category:
History & Criticism
Language:
English
Publisher:
Museum of New Mexico Pr (October 1, 2001)
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176 pages
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The Museum of International Folk Art is a state-run institution in Santa Fe, New Mexico, United States. It is one of many cultural institutions operated by the New Mexico Department of Cultural Affairs.

The Museum of International Folk Art is a state-run institution in Santa Fe, New Mexico, United States.

For four decades Florence C. Lister has been involved with ceramic studies throughout the Southwest and the Spanish world. Her late husband, Robert H. Lister, was a renowned archaeologist. Together the two coauthored many books including Sixteenth-Century Maiolica Pottery in the Valley of Mexico and Andalusian Ceramics in Spain and New Spain: A Cultural Register from the Third Century . Paperback: 176 pages.

Renowned ceramic expert Florence C Lister and archaeologist Robert H Lister studies one hundred and forty-four examples of historical maiolica in Featuring the fine collection of 17th century to 19th century Spanish and Mexican maiolica at the Museum of International Folk Art in Santa Fe, this book explores and celebrates Spanish traditional ceramics of Old and New Spain.

Home Lister, Robert Hill; Lister, Florence Cline Maiolica OLE: Spanish . If you wish to return a book please contact us within 7 days of receipt and we will arrange the details. Customer pays for return shipping costs.

Home Lister, Robert Hill; Lister, Florence Cline Maiolica OLE: Spanish and Mexican Decorative Traditions. Renowned ceramic expert Florence C. Lister and archaeologist Robert H. Lister studies 144 examples of historical maiolica in what is the first study of its kind tracing the decorative styles, influences, and innovations in a ceramic tradition that is almost a millennium old. About the Author: Florence C Lister is a distinguished archaeologist and historian of archaeology who lives in Mancos, Colorado.

Florence C. Lister and Robert H. Lister. University of New Mexico Press, Albuquerque, 2001. 176 p. 160 color plates, bibliography. Thomas H. Charlton (a1).

Maiolica Ol? : Spanish and Mexican Decorative Traditions

Maiolica Ol? : Spanish and Mexican Decorative Traditions. by Robert H. Lister and Florence C. Featuring the fine collection of 17th century to 19th century Spanish and Mexican maiolica at the Museum of International Folk Art in Santa Fe, this book explores and celebrates Spanish traditional ceramics of Old and New Spain. Lister, Robert H. Lister

Florence C. Lister studies one hundred and forty-four examples of historical maiolica in what is the first study of its kind tracing the decorative styles, influences and innovations in a ceramic tradition that is almost a millennium old. show more.

Find nearly any book by Museum of International Folk Art (. Get the best deal by comparing prices from over 100,000 booksellers. Multiple visions, a common bond: The Girard Foundation Collection. ISBN 9780890131435 (978-0-89013-143-5) Softcover, Museum of International Folk Art, 1982.

This tradition continues today in both Mexico and Spain. Examining both historic and contemporary examples, they also take us into the potters' workshops. Museum of International Folk Art (.

The book presents 144 pieces from the Museum of New Mexico's ceramics collection, tracing the development of majolica in Spain and colonial Mexico from the seventeenth to the nineteenth century. This richly illustrated volume will be equally at home in the specialist's library and on the coffee table.

Featuring the fine collection of seventeenth- to nineteenth-century Spanish and Mexican maiolica at the Museum of International Folk Art in Santa Fe, this book explores and celebrates Spanish traditional ceramics of Old and New Spain. Renowned ceramic expert Florence C. Lister and archaeologist Robert H. Lister studies 144 examples of historical maiolica in what is the first study of its kind tracing the decorative styles, influences, and innovations in a ceramic tradition that is almost a millennium old.