Joslin Hall Rare Books

Curious, Unusual, Interesting & Occasionally Useful Books of the 16th-20th Centuries exploring the skills, trades, lives and ways of other times...

 Wednesday, December 13, 2017

Total Quantity: 0   Subtotal: $ 0.00

1 matching items



Levin, Elaine.
The History of American Ceramics, 1607 to the Present. From pipkins and bean pots to contemporary forms.

New York Harry N. Abrams: 1988.

Despite its title, this is fundamentally a book on the rise of the artist-potter and studio ceramicist of the late 19th and early 20th century, with more than half the book being devoted to work since 1930. As an examination of the rise and flowering of studio and art ceramics, it is an excellent addition to the reference shelf.

Hardcover. 9.5"x11.5", 351 pages, b/w and color illustrations. A fine copy.

Inventory #: 32093
Price: $ 75.00      



All content copyright 2004 by Joslin Hall Rare Books