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Post  TonyK Fri 20 Nov - 15:59

I happened upon this project/exhibition when browsing for Meissen porcelain:

http://www.juliagalloway.com/teaching-projects/introduction.html

it looks interesting.

Well worth a read is Janet Gleeson's 'The Arcanum' which is a history of the development of European porcelain.


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Post  Ev Fri 20 Nov - 19:05

What an awesome concept !!
How inspiring it is to read about such pottery projects !!
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