Pottery

Pottery

Book - 2009
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Pottery is one of the art forms that easily transitions between Fine Art and the Crafts. Pottery was used in ancient times to server our needs with functional vessels and objects. Through the eras, Pottery developed as a source for visually works that can beautify, record, reflect, enlighten, and celebrate our existence. Author Phyllis Raybin Emert treats students to a full survey of the history, development, and techniques of Pottery.
Publisher: Detroit, MI : Lucent Books, 2009.
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ISBN: 9781420500462
1420500465
Call Number: 738.09 EMERT
Characteristics: 112 p. ; 23 cm.
Subjects: Pottery.

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