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Seventeenth-Century French Ceramic Art

Seventeenth-Century French Ceramic Art

McNab, Jessie
1987
40 pages
26 illustrations
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Jessie McNab

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Figure personifying a spring, Guillaume Dupré  French, Lead-glazed earthenware, French, Fontainebleau or Avon
modeled ca. 1600–1610, ca. 1620–25
Plate, Bernard Palissy  French, Lead-glazed earthenware, French, Fontainebleau or Avon
late 16th–early 17th century
Neptune astride a hippocamp, Lead-glazed earthenware, probably French, Fontainebleau
probably French, Fontainebleau
1600–1610
Dish with Diana and the stag, Bernard Palissy  French, Lead-glazed earthenware, French
17th century or later
The Nurse, Guillaume Dupré  French, Lead-glazed earthenware, French, Fontainebleau or Avon
model ca. 1607–8
Ewer, Pierre Estève, Faience (tin-glazed earthenware), French, Montpellier
ca. 1590–95
Plate with Jacob Is Shown Joseph’s Coat, Gironimo Tomasi  Italian, Maiolica (tin-glazed earthenware), Italian, probably Urbino
ca. 1560–75
Plate with two lovers, Antoine Conrade and his family, Faïence (tin-glazed earthenware), French, Nevers
dated 1644
Footed dish, Tin-glazed earthenware, probably French, Nevers
probably French, Nevers
first half 17th century
Plate, Faience (tin-glazed earthenware), French, Nevers
French, Nevers
ca. 1650–75
Plate, Faience (tin-glazed earthenware), probably French, Nevers
probably French, Nevers
mid-17th century
Ewer, Faience (tin-glazed earthenware), French, Nevers
French, Nevers
ca. 1650–80
Pilgrim bottle, Faience (tin-glazed earthenware), French, Nevers
French, Nevers
1650–75
Wine jug (one of a pair), Faience (tin-glazed earthenware), French, Nevers
French, Nevers
ca. 1680
Vase, Isaac de Benserade  French, Earthenware, French, Nevers
1680–1700
Tile, Pierre Chapelle I, Faience (tin-glazed earthenware), French, Rouen
ca. 1706–7
Ewer, Faience (tin-glazed earthenware), probably French, Moustiers
probably French, Moustiers
ca. 1700
Plateau, Clérissy Manufactory, Faience (tin-glazed earthenware), French, Moustiers
Multiple artists/makers
ca. 1700
Dish, Faience (tin-glazed earthenware), French, Moustiers
French, Moustiers
ca. 1725–35
Dish, Saint-Jean-du-Désert, Faience (tin-glazed earthenware), French, Marseilles
late 17th century
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McNab, Jessie. 1987. Seventeenth-Century French Ceramic Art. New York: Metropolitan Museum of Art.