A history of Renaissance maiolica based on the Howard I. and Janet H. Stein Collection at the Philadelphia Museum of Art, this work includes several color photographs, a selected bibliography, and an index.
This history discusses the developments, styles, and trends in pottery in Italy, France, Britain, and other European countries from the Middle Ages to the early 19th century. With color photographs and an index.
An illustrated survey of western European ceramics from the Middle Ages to the early 19th century, featuring pieces sold at Christie's. Includes maps, a glossary, a brief bibliography, and a list of prices.
This comprehensive, scholarly history of 18th-century European porcelain is well illustrated with color and black-and-white plates of museum pieces. Includes bibliographical references in the notes and a multilingual classified bibliography.
A comprehensive illustrated history/handbook of European ceramics from the 15th century to circa 1815. Volume One is a concise survey with 192 plates and descriptive notes. Volume Two is a dictionary of factories, artists, terms, etc. Includes bibliographies of specialized literature, facsimiles of marks, and a repertory of marks by letters and names in the appendix of Volume Two.
A standard, comprehensive handbook of Italian porcelain from the late 16th century to the early 19th century. With a brief, general bibliography and bibliographical references to specialized literature in the footnotes.
A 3-volume scholarly history of Spanish medieval ceramics, with comprehensive indexes and bibliographies at the end of each section. Vol. 1: Loza; Vol. 2: alicatados y azulejos; Vol. 3: Azulejos, "socarrats" y retablos.