Italian Art Ceramics 1900-1950, hardcover, Near Fine

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Terraroli, Valerio. Milano: Skira Editore, 2007.
English, Edition, Near Fine hardcover, quarto 11 1/4" x 9 11/16", 287 pp.
ISBN:887624686X

Near Fine quarto, black coated paper over boards, white lettering to spine, binding tight, one small rubbed spot on back panel bottom edge, minimal shelfwear to covers. Fine dust jacket, white cover with black lettering featuring photograph of Gio Ponti’s “My Women: Donatella” bowl 1924, black spine with white lettering, black back cover featuring photograph of Francesco Nonni’s “Andalusian Woman” 1923-25, protected by Mylar dust jacket. Replete with full-color and black-and-white photographs of over 500 Italian vases, sculptures, and decorative objects from the Modernist era. Text in English, Foreword by Valerio Terraroli, Plates, Catalogue of Plates, Marks of the Main Italian Ceramics Factories and Artists, Glossary, Descriptions of the Ceramics Factories and Biographies of the Artists, Bibliography. Italian ceramics produced by artists who reconstructed the Italian ceramics industry between the modernist era and the beginning of non-representational art. Includes illustrations of pieces that have never been seen before by the public. Overall an exquisite book on Italian ceramics.