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Magic of Clay and Fire: A History of Kütahya Pottery and Potters
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Some areas of art history have been overlooked in comparison to others, attracted less attention and for this reason been the subject of less research and evaluation. Such situations are observed in particular where one branch or period of art in a country is so prominent as to overshadow its neighbours and counterparts. These neglected areas often deserve far more interest than circumstances grant them. Moreover, the bright light east by their more famous cousins makes it harder, or even sometimes impossible, to do them justice and gain a true understanding of their qualities.

A striking example of this phenomenon in Ottoman art is Kütahya ceramics, which have remained relatively unnoticed with the spotlight of attention focused on İznik. When speaking of Ottoman ceramics it is first of all those of İznik that spring to mind today, and this was no less true in the past.Kütahya pottery, like that of Çanakkale, has been left to straggle far behind. Yet even a little examination reveals that although in comparison with these splendid ‘court art' of İznik, the pottery of Kütahya is rearded as provincial in character, and that of Çanakkale as ‘folk art', both these traditions are marked by ively originality and creativity.

This book has been designed to throw new light on one of these overshadowed areas, the richly endowed world of Kütahya ceramics. In a region where pottery has been produced without interruption through the Phrygian, Greek, Roman, Byzantine, Ottoman and modern periods, Kütahya's long history of pottery production –its development, materials, workshops and craftsmen – has now been re-examined in new depth. Garo Kürkman has combed museums and archives all over the world, bringing to light a myriad documents and photographs that have never been published before, and his fascinating study based on all this new information takes us on a thrilling journey through the magical world of clay, fire and glaze.

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    • Some areas of art history have been overlooked in comparison to others, attracted less attention and for this reason been the subject of less research and evaluation. Such situations are observed in particular where one branch or period of art in a country is so prominent as to overshadow its neighbours and counterparts. These neglected areas often deserve far more interest than circumstances grant them. Moreover, the bright light east by their more famous cousins makes it harder, or even sometimes impossible, to do them justice and gain a true understanding of their qualities.

      A striking example of this phenomenon in Ottoman art is Kütahya ceramics, which have remained relatively unnoticed with the spotlight of attention focused on İznik. When speaking of Ottoman ceramics it is first of all those of İznik that spring to mind today, and this was no less true in the past.Kütahya pottery, like that of Çanakkale, has been left to straggle far behind. Yet even a little examination reveals that although in comparison with these splendid ‘court art' of İznik, the pottery of Kütahya is rearded as provincial in character, and that of Çanakkale as ‘folk art', both these traditions are marked by ively originality and creativity.

      This book has been designed to throw new light on one of these overshadowed areas, the richly endowed world of Kütahya ceramics. In a region where pottery has been produced without interruption through the Phrygian, Greek, Roman, Byzantine, Ottoman and modern periods, Kütahya's long history of pottery production –its development, materials, workshops and craftsmen – has now been re-examined in new depth. Garo Kürkman has combed museums and archives all over the world, bringing to light a myriad documents and photographs that have never been published before, and his fascinating study based on all this new information takes us on a thrilling journey through the magical world of clay, fire and glaze.

      Stok Kodu
      :
      9789759123147
      Boyut
      :
      24x32
      Sayfa Sayısı
      :
      405 s.
      Basım Yeri
      :
      İstanbul
      Baskı
      :
      1
      Basım Tarihi
      :
      2006
      Çeviren
      :
      Priscila Mary Işın, Stephanie Ateş, Carol Lamotte
      Kapak Türü
      :
      Ciltli
      Kağıt Türü
      :
      Kuşe Kağıt
      Dili
      :
      İngilizce
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