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From the Works of Bernard Palissy : selected for the Illustration of his Life as a Potter . PAGE THE ARTIST IN EARTH THE POTTER'S CLAY 147 166 1 Book the Third . THE REFORMER . 1557--1562 . I. - THE REFORMED CHURCH AT SAINTES II .
Author: Henry MORLEY (Professor of English Literature at University College, London.)
From the Collection of Andrew Holtz , Esq . Palissy , the Potter . Mrs. E. M. Ward , Painter . C. W. Sharpe , Engraver . " Art Journal ( 1 June 1868 ) : 120-121 . Henrietta Ward is one of the leading British historical painters ...
Author: Elree I. Harris
Publisher: Taylor & Francis
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Bernard Palissy: mythe et réalité 1990 Exh. cat. Musée de l'Échevinage, Saintes. Bouquillon, A., F. Barbe, P. Lehuédé, J. Castaing, and T. Crépin-Leblond 2013 “Bernard Palissy: Scientist and Potter of the Renaissance in France.
Author: Francesco Pellizzi
Publisher: Harvard University Press
Category: Social Science
RES 65/66 includes Francesco Pellizzi, “Editorial: RES at 35”; Remo Bodei, “A constellation of words”; Mary Weismantel, “Encounters with dragons”; Z. S. Strother, “A terrifying mimesis”; Wyatt MacGaffey, “Franchising minkisi in Loango”; Karen Overbey, “Seeing through stone”; Noam Andrews, “The space of knowledge”; and other papers.
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262 PALISSY THE POTTER , overpay them for all the privations they were enduring . Fifteen years thus passed away . Palissy was still firm in his conviction , yet had not succeeded ; but nothing short of producing enamel in all its ...
BERNARD DE PALISSY , THE POTTER . A.D. 1510-1589 . “ The number of my years hath given me courage to tell you that , a short time since , I was considering the color of my beard , which caused me to reflect on the few days still ...
a 6 to be supposed that his first efforts were as the beginning , Palissy paid to such events eager attention , rude as ... “ France began to redouble persecution by the some potter ; and having settled this within my mind , I death of ...
PALISSY THE POTTER . 1 ' * The production of enamelled Pottery from native materials in France is strikingly commemorated in the kind of ware which may be said to be peculiar to that country , and is known as Palissy Ware .
T South Kensington a two - light window in of his garden , and of things people brought to his silver stain sets forth the life and labours of workshop for him to look at and explain to them if Palissy the potter .
Henry Allon on the Huguenot potter and martyr , and the narrative of Miss C. L. Brightwell . * To the latter work we are also indebted for the excellent illustrations that accompany this article , and to it we refer the FEUTER PALISSY ...
Of the early history of Palissy scarcely more is known than that he was born in or near the little town of Biron ... to it we refer the * PALISSY THE POTTER : OR THE HUGUENOT ARTIST AND MARTYR : a True Narrative , by C. L. BRIGHTWELL .
In the history of enthusiasm there is not perhaps an example of untiring devotion to one especial object equal to that afforded by Palissy the Potter . He speaks of groping in the dark - it must however be remembered that he was a ...