2 edition of Portland vase and the Wedgwood copies. found in the catalog.
Portland vase and the Wedgwood copies.
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Wedgwood copies can be found at the Victoria and Albert Museum, Fitzwilliam Museum, the Indianapolis Museum of Art and the British Museum. The Wedgwood Museum contains a display describing the trials of replicating the vase, and several examples of the early experiments. ‘First Edition’ copy of the Portland Vase. Vandalism of the Portland Vase.
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The Portland Vase and the Wedgwood Copies Hardcover – Import, by Wolf Mankowitz (Author)Author: Wolf Mankowitz. Portland Vase and the Wedgwood Copies, Signed [Wolf Makowitz] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. The Portland Vase and the Wedgewood Copies Hardcover – January 1, by Wolf Mankowitz (Author) See all formats and editions Hide other formats and editions.
Price New from Used from Hardcover, January 1, "Please retry" $ Author: Wolf Mankowitz. This paper intends to study the original Portland Vase, on display in the British Museum sinceand the copies made by Josiah Wedgwood at the end of the 18th century.
The story of the original vase will be evoked, along with a few theories that try to explain the meaning of its : Laurence Machet. Additional Physical Format: Online version: Mankowitz, Wolf.
Portland vase and the Wedgwood copies. [London] A. Deutsch  (OCoLC) Document Type. The Portland vase and the Wedgwood copies by Wolf Mankowitz Ltd First Edition. 96 : Hardcover. The Portland Vase and the Wedgwood copies: the story of a scientific and aesthetic challenge Laurence Machet 1 The Portland Vase has been displayed in the British Museum since Originally known as the Barberini Vase, it owes its current name to the family of the Dukes of Portland.
To accompany his First Edition, Wedgwood produced a booklet entitled 'Account of the Barbarini (sic) now Portland Vase' and he also arranged showings of copies of the vase in Jasper at various venues – including (by admission ticket only) Portland House in London.
'First Edition' copy of the Portland Vase (Vase) by Hackwood, William, ca. (made). 'First Edition' copy of the Portland Vase, jasper with black 'dip' and white reliefs, English: Wedgwood, Museum Number I have loved Wedgwood jasperware since I was a girl, so this book was like the key to a treasure chest, since so much Wedgwood was inspired by it.
The stories about the provenance of the famous ancient vase are amusing and the author's tone is perfect/5. The Wedgwood Portland vase Hardcover – January 1, by Guy S Manners (Author) See all 2 formats and editions Hide other formats and editions.
Price New from Used from Hardcover "Please retry" $ — $ Author: Guy S Manners. Wedgwood's oven records list 43 First Edition copies of the Portland Vase produced between and11 of which were broken during the firing process. A midth-century of the Portland Vase, a Roman cameo-cut glass vase of about BC.
Descriptive line. Copy of the Portland Vase, Black Jasper with white reliefs, Wedgwood's factory, Staffordshire, ca. Production Note. Described as 'Modern' when purchased from Messrs Wedgwood in Materials. Stoneware; Jasper ware. Categories. Wedgwood's copies of the Vase, first in black and later in the lighter blue version, spread its fame still further.
In the 4th Duke of Portland deposited it in the British Museum for safe-keeping, where it went on public display. An important Wedgwood 'First Edition' unnumbered copy of the Portland vase last decade Portland vase and the Wedgwood copies.
book the 18th century applied on to the 'Barberini Black' solid jasper ground with white reliefs depicting the myth of Peleus and Thetis, the basal disc with a portrait of Paris, son of King Priam of Troy, the reliefs exhibiting characteristic shading and. The Portland vase and the Wedgwood copies.
Format Book Published [London] A. Deutsch  Description 91 p. illus., facsims. 26 cm. Notes Bibliography: p. Subject headings Portland vase. Holdings Library Indpls - Herron Art Library Call Number NKM3 Location Stacks text this call number × Select Campus.
Access to this resource may. Josiah Wedgwood and Sons Josiah Wedgwood, whose ceramic creations evoked the styles and themes of antiquity so popular in the late eighteenth century, produced a copy of the celebrated Portland Vase in black-and-white jasper-ware.
The original, attributed to the Roman gem-cutter Dioskourides, is in the style of works made between 30 and 20 B.C. 91 pages: illustrations, facsimiles ; 26 cm.
Recommended Citation. Mankowitz, Wolf, "The Portland Vase and the Wedgwood Copies" ().Cited by: 1. Copy of the Portland Vase Josiah Wedgwood - View in Street View.
Corning Museum of Glass Corning, United States. Title: Copy of the Portland Vase; Date: - ; object name: Copy of the Portland Vase; dimensions: Overall H: 28 cm, W: cm; carver: Wedgwood, Josiah, Carver; Provenance: Purchased with donated funds from the.
Titles Portland Vase Copy (Descriptive) Artist Wedgwood, England, est. ; Medium stoneware (jasperware) Credit Line Collection of the Art Fund, Inc. at the Birmingham Museum of Art; The Buten Wedgwood Collection, gift through the Wedgwood Society of New York, AFI; Object Name vase; Classification Containers.
The Portland Vase is a Roman cameo glass vase, which is dated to between AD 1 and AD 25, though low BC dates have some scholarly support. It is the best known piece of Roman cameo glass and has served as an inspiration to many glass and porcelain makers from about the beginning of the 18th century onwards.
It is first recorded in Rome in –, and since has been in the British Present location: British Museum, London.
After her death in an agent acting for the third Duke of Portland bought the vase at auction. It was the Duke who lent it to Josiah Wedgwood I to copy in his revolutionary new jasper stoneware body.
The original cameo-glass vase, perhaps the most famous of all surviving Roman works of art, is now housed in the British Museum. Titles Portland Vase copy (Descriptive) Artist Wedgwood, England, est. ; Medium stoneware (jasperware) Credit Line Collection of the Art Fund, Inc.
at the Birmingham Museum of Art; The Buten Wedgwood Collection, gift through the Wedgwood Society of New York, AFI; Object Name vase; Classification Containers.
The Portland Vase, probably made during the reign of the Roman emperor Augustus (27 BC-AD 14), has been considered the most beautiful cameo glass vessel surviving from antiquity.
A work of outstanding technical skill, it is decorated with scenes of love and marriage, the precise meaning of which has been reinterpreted countless times.
This book offers an exciting new reading of the vase. Black jasper with white reliefs, this vase is a copy after the famous Roman cameo-glass vase once owned by the Duchess of Portland. The original Roman cameo-glass vase, known as the Barberini vase, was made by Alexandrian craftsmen about AD It was brought back to England by Sir William Hamilton who sold it to the Duchess of Portland, from.
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Josiah Wedgwood () obtained it, borrowed from the Duke, along with permission to reproduce it in jasperware ceramic. The first reproductions of the Portland Vase were made in the years and as reported by D.
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Peck Endowment Copy of the Portland Vase, Franz Paul Zach,Teapot with Portland Vase Scene, England, about, gift of Mr. and Mrs. Harry A. Snyder Replica of the Portland Vase, Red House. Portland Vase Black Jasper with White Reliefs - The Portland vase is perhaps Josiah’s most important piece and considered one of the greatest technical achievements of the potter’s art.
Taking over three years of trials and experimentation to perfect, the first perfect copy. Listen as curator David Whitehouse describes this replica of The Portland Vase, an ancient Roman cameo glass object that was taken to England from Italy in The fame of The Portland Vase and of Josiah Wedgwood's replicas, played a major role in the establishment of cameo glassmaking in England.
The leading promoter of the revival was Benjamin Richardson () of the Red House. Jasperware, or jasper ware, is a type of pottery first developed by Josiah Wedgwood in the s. Usually described as stoneware, it has an unglazed matte "biscuit" finish and is produced in a number of different colours, of which the most common and best known is a pale blue that has become known as Wedgwood Blue.
Relief decorations in contrasting colours (typically in white but also in other. Wedgwood Numbered First Edition Copy of the Portland Vase, England, 18th century (LotEstimate $40,$60,) One of the most famous surviving Roman works of art, The Portland Vase, is a fused glass vase and was believed to have been made during the reign of Augustus, sometime between 27 BC and AD Wedgwood: the Portait Medallions by Robin Reilly and George Savage, Barrie & Jenkins Ltd, Classical Wedgwood Designs by Carol Macht, Gramercy Publishing Company, The Portland Vase & the Wedgwood Copies by Wolf Mankowitz, Andre Deutsch.
On Josiah Wedgwood and the Portland Vase, see Reilly, Sir Joshua issued a declaration inin which he stated that Wedgwood’s copy in jasper was “a correct and faithful imitation, both in regard to the general effect, and the most minute detail of the parts” (Reilly, ).Mini-Exhibition Presents Copies of the Most Famous Piece of Glass in the World () illustrated, p.
7; BIB# AI Roman Glass in The Corning Museum of Glass, Volume Three () illustrated, pp.#; BIB# Wedgwood's obsession was to duplicate the Portland Vase, a blue-and-white glass vase dating to the first century BC. He worked on the project for three years, eventually producing what he considered a satisfactory copy in InWedgwood was exporting nearly 80% of his total produce.
Byhe had sold his wares in every city in : 12 JulyBurslem, Staffordshire, England.