The Human Form in Clay

The Human Form in Clay

Book - 2001
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Independent Publishing Group
This book is a celebration of 50 contemporary artists from around the world who have chosen to create the human form in clay. There is a detailed account of each artist’s work, including biographical details and precise descriptions of their working methods. In addition, each artist has been asked to name a major source of inspiration?whether another artist or key work, in any medium and from any culture, explaining the reasons for their choice. The resulting depictions?ranging from the Willendorf Venus to a Michelangelo Pietà?combine with stunning photos of the artists’ work to make this a book that will inform and inspire. Jane Waller has a Masters in Ceramics from the Royal College of Art; she has been making Millefiori and Raku ceramics for nearly 30 years. Among her previous books are Hand-Built Ceramics and Colour in Clay.

Publisher: Marlborough : Crowood, 2001
ISBN: 9781861264138
Branch Call Number: 731.82 W1565h 2001
NB1930 .W35 2001
Characteristics: 176 p. : col. ill. ; 28 cm


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