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Tag Archives: Ceramics
Arketex Ceramics Corporation catalog, 1957.
Luca della Robbia: Portrait of a Young Lady (1463)
Dog Vessel: Colima, Mexico (200 B.C. – A.D. 500) (source)
Johan Gregor van der Schardt: Self-portrait (c. 1573)
Tlatilco Mask (1100-600 BC); the Tlatilco culture flourished in the Valley of Mexico between 1250 and 800 BC.
This Mixtec figure from the Middle Post Classic Period (1200-1400) represents a person impersonating a deity—a practice whereby the god would have been brought into the world of human experience. The undersized symbolic weapon and shield, as well as the … Continue reading
Sergei Isupov: Firey (2009) (source)
Steven Young Lee: Vase with Landscape and Dinosaurs (2014) (source)
Egypt – Bowl with Human Feet (ca. 3900–3650 BC) (source)
Sandow Birk and Elyse Pignolet: CCTV #2 (2011) (source)