Functional pottery: form and aesthetic in pots of purpose

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Chilton Book Co., 1986 - Antiques & Collectibles - 257 pages
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This volume provides you with a functional overlook of pottery through the years. Explore the evolution of design of utilitarian pottery and study the diverse approaches to making pottery that developed over time.

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This updated edition of Hopper's book on pottery form for advance studio potters has many new color illustrations, which complement a text that was already remarkable for its breadth of coverage of ... Read full review


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Geometry and Universal Symbols
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