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Dutch tiles in the Philadelphia Museum of Art
Philadelphia Museum of Art.
Bibliography: p. 224-229.
|Statement||essays by Jan Daniel van Dam and Pieter Jan Tichelaar ; catalogue by Ella Schaap ... [et al.] ; technical notes by P. Andrew Lins.|
|Contributions||Dam, Jan Daniël van, 1950-, Tichelaar, Pieter Jan., Schaap, Ella, 1913-, Lins, P. Andrew, 1945-|
|LC Classifications||NK4670.7.N4 P48 1984|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||229 p. :|
|Number of Pages||229|
|ISBN 10||0876330588, 0812279506|
|LC Control Number||84004854|
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Philadelphia: Philadelphia Museum of Art, (OCoLC) Material Type: Government publication, Local government publication: Document Type: Book: All Authors / Contributors: Jan Daniël van Dam; Pieter Jan Tichelaar; Ella Schaap; P Andrew Lins; Philadelphia.
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This exhibition of some tiles dating from to includes an exceptionally large (7 by 10 feet) battle scene, one of the most ambitious projects ever undertaken by Dutch tilemakers.
The Philadelphia Museum of Art's collection of polychrome, blue and white, and manganese-violet tiles is the most comprehensive in this country, largely. Catalogue of an exhibition held at the Philadelphia Museum of Art, Mar.
Bibliography: p. Survey of Dutch tiles -- Production of tiles -- Catalogue: floor tiles, flora and fauna, figures, land and sea, ornamental, pictures, corner motifs. Title: Dutch Tiles - The Philadelphia Museum of Art Condition: Second-hand; signs of use, but overall in a good note the damaged cover.
Catalogue of an exhibition held at the Philadelphia Museum of Art, March 18 to This is the only up-to-date reference work on seventeen and eighteenth century Dutch tiles.
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Great Condition. Quantity. 1 available. This book is published on the occasion of an exhibition at the Philadelphia Museum of Art, May Septemthe National Gallery of Art, Washington, May 6-August 5,the Los Angeles County Museum of Art, August Novemand the Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York, June 4-Octo Topics: Annenberg, Walter H.,Annenberg, Lee, Annenberg.
At the same time, the more richly decorated polychrome tiles (see Philadelphia Museum of Art, ) they replaced gained popularity in rural areas of the country. Depictions of children romping and children’s games were common on tiles in the new style; the images on the tiles in this large series include children jumping rope.
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Also included is a paperback copy of Dutch Tiles created by the Philadelphia Museum of Art, published in The catalog includes sections such as ornamental, corner motifs, floor tiles, and more.Through the exceptional permanent collection at the Philadelphia Museum of Art, this book looks at arms and armor as art—from warfare to war games, from hunting to the pursuit of glory.
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