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Faenza, Emilia-Romagna, Italy in Europe

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Italian Renaissance painted ceramics, (1898). Creator: Unknown Featured Faenza Print

Italian Renaissance painted ceramics, (1898). Creator: Unknown

Italian Renaissance painted ceramics, (1898). 'Fig 1: Lower termination of a Madonna-relief by the Robbia-school. Fig 2: Surface-pattern on the vestry-fountain in the church St. Maria novella at Florence. Figs 3-5: Border-decorations on dishes from the manufactory at Faenza. Fig 6: Belly-decoration on a handled vase from the same. Figs 7-9: Profile-decorations on a vase from the same. Fig 10: Profile-decoration on an inkstand from the same. Figs 11-13: Border-decorations on dishes from the same. Figs 14-19: Border-decorations on dishes from the manufactory at Chaffagiolo. Fig 20: Border-decorations on dishes from the manufactory at Gubbio. Figs 21-23: Border-decorations on dishes from the manufactory at Urbino. Figs 24-27: Divers vessels from the manufactory at Urbino. Fig 28: Dish from the manufactory at Pesaro. Fig 29: Border-decoration on a dish from the manufactory at Pesaro...The earthenware called 'majolica' in all probability derives its name from the island of Majorca, where glazed pottery was extensively manufactured, especially by the Moors, and whence this art found its way into Italy. In our days the term 'majolica' is generally applied to all finer fayence-ware, when executed with more care than coarser pottery i. e. to such earthenware, the main substance of which is potter's clay covered with nontransparent glaze, and coloured'. Plate 55 from "The Historic Styles of Ornament" translated from the German of H. Dolmetsch. [B.T. Batford, London, 1898]

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Lazio Viterbo Ronciglione Piazza del Duomo Italy Featured Faenza Print

Lazio Viterbo Ronciglione Piazza del Duomo Italy

Lazio Viterbo Ronciglione Piazza del Duomo, this is my Italy, the italian country of visual history, Post-medieval Sculpture. In the center of the piazza is a fountain, decorated with unicorns and Farnesi fleur-de-lis, attributed alternatively to Vignola and to Antonio Gentili da Faenza

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Antonio Gentili Da Faenza, Attributed Alternatively, Center, Decorated, Farnesi Fleur De Lis, Fountain, Italian Country, Italy, Lazio, Piazza, Post Medieval, Ronciglione Piazza Del Duomo, Sculpture, Unicorns, Vignola, Visual History, Viterbo

Drug Jar for Persian Philonium Featured Faenza Print

Drug Jar for Persian Philonium

Drug Jar for Persian Philonium; Unknown; Faenza, Italy, Emilia-Romagna, Europe; about 1520 - 1540; Tin-glazed earthenware; Object: H: 36.99 x Diam. [lip]: 12.54 x W [max]: 16.51cm (H: 14 9/16 x Diam. [lip]: 4 15/16 x W [max]: 6 1/2 in.)

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1520, 1540, Drug, Earthenware, Emilia Romagna, Europe, Faenza, Italy, Jar, Persian, Philonium, Tin Glazed