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Bucchero Pottery from Southern Etruria (Cambridge Classical Studies)

by Tom B. Rasmussen

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Published by Cambridge University Press .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Ceramics,
  • History of art: BCE to c 500 CE, ancient & classical world,
  • Pottery & Ceramics,
  • Art,
  • Art & Art Instruction,
  • Ancient World,
  • General,
  • Art / General,
  • Art / History / Ancient & Classical,
  • Bucchero (Pottery),
  • Bucchero (Pottery) Bucchero (Pottery),
  • Crafts & Hobbies-Pottery & Ceramics

  • The Physical Object
    FormatPaperback
    Number of Pages247
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL7714128M
    ISBN 100521024617
    ISBN 109780521024617

    29 ene. - Explora el tablero "Etruria" de marcelinofersua, que personas siguen en Pinterest. Ver más ideas sobre Arte etrusco, Arte y Arqueología pins. Bucchero, considered the national pottery of Etruria, was as method perfected by the Etruscans where the glaze was burnished then fired with wood added to the kiln, resulting in a lustrous black finish. 1 It was produced throughout Etruria and widely exported. The rooster was produced during the height of its popularity, in the so-called.

    Festschrift für Hans Wussing zu seinem Geburtstag Festschrift for Hans Wussing on the Occasion of his 65th Birthday Author: S.S Demidov,M. Folkerts,D.E. Rowe,C.J. Scriba Publisher: Springer-Verlag ISBN: Category: Mathematics Page: View: Pottery was another area of expertise. Bucchero is the indigenous pottery of Etruria and has a distinctive, almost black glossy finish. Produced from the early 7th century BCE, the style often imitated embossed bronze vessels. Popular shapes include bowls, jugs, cups, utensils, and anthropomorphic vessels.

    bucchero of the Lower Building and Ras mussen's typology (Bucchero Pottery from Southern Etruria, Cambridge ), and this fact seems to indicate that the buc chero from the Lower Building represents something more like a regional style. Ac cording to Berkin, bucchero in Northern Etruria as a whole shows more variety and. She ignores important new ideas on the functions of these ceramics, which may have been first produced ca. B.C.E. (T.B. Rasmussen, Bucchero Pottery from Southern Etruria [Cambridge ]). Riva summarizes evidence for the layout of Etruscan chamber tombs replicating, in miniature, the architecture of domestic structures ().


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Bucchero is a very common type of fine pottery that was made by the Etruscans when their civilization was at its height, from the seventh to the fourth century BC. This study concentrates on the products of South Etruria, where the earliest and finest bucchero was made, and where the tradition lasts longest.

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You Searched For: ISBN: Edit Your Search. Results (1 - 14) of Bucchero ware, Etruscan earthenware pottery common in pre-Roman Italy chiefly between about the 7th and early 5th century teristically, the ware is black, sometimes gray, and often shiny from polishing.

The colour was achieved by firing in an atmosphere charged with carbon monoxide instead of oxygen. This is known as a reducing firing, and it converts the red of the clay, due to the.

Bucchero Pottery from Southern Etruria by Tom B Rasmussen,available at Book Depository with free delivery worldwide. Bucchero is a very common type of fine pottery that was made by the Etruscans when their civilization was at its height, from the seventh to the fourth century BC.

This study concentrates on the products of South Etruria, where the earliest and finest bucchero was made, and where the tradition lasts s: 2. Etruscan vase painting was produced from the 7th through the 4th centuries BC, and is a major element in Etruscan art.

It was strongly influenced by Greek vase painting, followed the main trends in style, especially those of Athens, over the period, but lagging behind by some Etruscans used the same techniques, and largely the same shapes.

Oinochoe in bucchero. Bucchero (Plantilla:IPA-it) is a class of ceramics produced in central Italy by the region's pre-Roman Etruscan population. This Italian word is derived from the Latin poculum, a drinking-vessel, perhaps through the Spanish búcaro, or the Portuguese púcaro.

Regarded as the "national" pottery of ancient Etruria, bucchero ware is distinguished by its black fabric as well. Etruscan pottery, produced over five centuries, was nothing if not nous wares such as the glossy black bucchero were made alongside red- and black-figure pottery imitating, yet modifying those produced in the Greek world.

Geometric, floral, figure, and narrative decorations were appreciated and adapted from the Near East and Ionia, with even foreign potters and artists themselves.

Strom: Rasmussen, Bucchero Pottery from Southern Etruria ated by the Lerici Foundation. Their publication is in itself a valuable contribution to Etruscan archaeology. The 40 tombs make up his cata logue, but his examinations of form typology, decorative techniques, mo tives etc.

in the succeeding chapters seem to include most relevant find. Art History and Cultural Practices; View graph of relations. Contact us +44 (0) ; Contact detailsCited by:. Tom Rasmussen, Bucchero Pottery from Southern Etruria (Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, ). Wim Regter, Imitation and Creation: Development of Early Bucchero Design at Cerveteri in the Seventh Century B.C.

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