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Author Name    Clark, Garth, Judy Chicago, and Richard Shaw [essays]

Title   Overglaze Imagery [Cone 019-016]

Binding   Stiff Wraps As Issued

Book Condition   Fine

Jacket Condition   Issued Without Jacket

Type   Book

Edition   First Edition

Publisher   Fullerton Cal State Fullerton 1977

Seller ID   1880

206-page catalogue for an exhibition held November 11-December 15, 1977 in the Art Gallery, Visual Arts Center, at Cal State-Fullerton. While the unifying concept was to exhibit the history and contemporary use of painted images on ceramics, this exhibition had three distinct parts: Painted Porcelain and Faience 13th Century to Early 20th Century (essay, "The Ceramic Canvas" by Garth Clark), World of the China Painter (essay with the same title by Judy Chicago) and Beyond the Barriers of Tradition (essay, "Overglazing in Contemporary Ceramics 1960-1977" by Richard Shaw). In addition, excerpts from the Cincinnati catalogue, "The Ladies, God Bless 'Em" are reprinted). There are 26 china painters included, and Shaw looks at the work of Bruria, Viola Frey, Nancy Selvin, and Chicago herself. Illustrated with 39 color plates and as many in black and white; supported by chronologies for the artists. Fine in stiff wraps as issued.

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