Hispano-Moresque fabrics by Cyril George Edward Bunt

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Published by F. Lewis in Leigh-on-sea (Ex.) .

Written in English

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Subjects:

  • Textile fabrics -- Spain.,
  • Textile fabrics, Islamic.

Edition Notes

Label mounted over imprint on title page: Textile Book Service, Plainfield, N. J.

Book details

SeriesWorld"s heritage of woven fabrics
Classifications
LC ClassificationsNK8962 .B8, NK8962 .B8
The Physical Object
Pagination9 p.
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL14365611M

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Hispano-Moresque fabrics. Leigh-on-sea (Ex.), F. Lewis, (OCoLC) Document Type: Book: All Authors / Contributors: Cyril G E Bunt. Find more information about: OCLC Number: Description: 11 pages 44 plates 29.

Hispano Moresque Fabrics (World's Heritage of Woven Fabrics) [Bunt, Cyril] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. Hispano Moresque Fabrics (World's Heritage of Author: Cyril George Edward Bunt. Hispano-Moresque ware is a style of initially Islamic pottery created in Al Andalus or Muslim Spain, which continued to be produced under Christian rule in styles blending Islamic and European elements.

It was the most elaborate and luxurious pottery being produced in Europe until the Italian maiolica industry developed sophisticated styles in the 15th century, and was.

Hispano-Moresque ware, tin-glazed, lustred earthenware made by Moorish potters in Spain, chiefly at Málaga in the 15th century, and in the region of Manises, near Valencia, in the 16th century.

The tin glaze was applied over a design usually traced in cobalt blue; after the first firing, the lustre, a metallic pigment, was applied by brush over the tin glaze, and the Hispano-Moresque fabrics book was fired. Moresque is an obsolete alternative term to "Moorish" in English, and in the arts has some specific itself, the word is used to describe the stylized plant-based forms of tendrils and leaves found in ornament and decoration in the applied arts in Renaissance Europe that are derived from the arabesque patterns of Islamic ornament.

Like their Islamic ancestors, they. Author of Hispano-Moresque fabrics, Gothic painting, Persian fabrics, A history of Russian art, The silks of Lyons, Sicilian & Lucchese fabrics, Tudor & Stuart fabrics, Spanish silks.

Antique Hispano-Moresque pottery wares are tin glazed and painted using a copper oxide (occasionally in the earlier pieces it was used in conjunction with silver oxide) and sometimes cobalt blue. Initially the main centres of production were at Malaga, Almeria, Murcia and Granada.

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Hispano-Moresque ware is a style of initially Islamic pottery created in Al Andalus or Muslim Spain, which continued to be produced under Christian rule in styles blending Islamic and European elements. It was the most elaborate and luxurious pottery being produced in Europe until the Italian maioli.

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In addition to instructions on color mixing, paper selection, and proper brush handling, the book features 52 full-color plates. The vibrant illustrations, which also serve as repetition exercises for aspiring pottery artists, incorporate elements of Art Nouveau decor as well as Etruscan and Hispano-Moresque : Dover Publications.

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