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Hungarian ceramics from the Zsolnay manufactory, 1853-2001 /edited by Éva Csenkey and Ágota Steinert ; Piroska Ács ... [et al.].

Collection Type
Books
Originator
Bard Graduate Center for Studies in the Decorative Arts, Design, and Culture.
Csenkey, Éva.
Steinert, Ágota.
Ács, Piroska.
Publication
New Haven : London :
Contents
European ceramics in the age of historicism and art nouveau / Barbara Mundt -- Historicism in Zsolnay ceramics / Orsolya Kovács -- The creation of a national style of ornamentation at the end of the nineteenth century / Katalin Sinkó -- Zsolnay in the world market / Éva Hárs -- Metamorphosis: the art of the Zsolnay factory during the periods of art nouveau and art deco / Éva Csenkey -- Zsolnay ceramics in the service of architecture / Zsuzsanna Mendöl -- Zsolnay ceramics in the House of Parliament / József Sisa -- The House of Parliament: two representative interiors / Zsuzsanna Lovay -- The golden age of architectural ceramics in Hungary / János Gerle -- The Museum of Applied Arts (Iparmuvészeti M·uzeum) / Piroska Ács -- The Schmidl family mausoleum in the Jewish cemetery of Budapest / György Szegîo -- The exhibition pavillons of Géza Maróti in Milan and Venice / Piroska Ács -- Zsolnay ceramics in the civil architecture of Szabadka (Subotica) / Viktorija Aladéziâc -- Modern pyrogranite in Pécs / Péter Mújdricza -- Chronology / compiled by Éva Csenkey -- Biographies / compiled by Kata Jávor.
Date
c2002.
Description
268 p. : ill. (chiefly col.) ; 31 cm.
Notes
Includes bibliographical references.
Published in conjunction with the exhibition held at The Bard Graduate Center for Studies in the Decorative Arts, Design, and Culture from July 17 through October 13, 2002.
ISBN
0300097042
9780300097047
GUSN
270353
Call Number
Coll. NK4210.P43 A4 2002
Other People and Orgs
Pécsi Porcelángyár
Descriptive terms
Keramiek.
Porcelain, Hungarian 19th century
Porcelain, Hungarian 20th century
Pottery, Hungarian 19th century
Pottery, Hungarian 20th century
Material Type
Exhibitions.

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