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  • Cerámica y Cultura ~ Style
    Spain were famous for their polychrome Renaissance style pottery and the name of their town became permanently associated with tin glazed earthenware Manises was known for its lusterware and Seville for its tilework Mexican potters in Puebla developed a blue on white style so successful that it persisted for two centuries while Guanajuato became known for its colorful floral designs The particular characteristics of the ceramics from each of these

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  • Cerámica y Cultura ~ Daily Life
    these ceramics reveal something about the times in which they were created the dress of different eras and classes the types of herbs that were used medicinally and sold in local apothecary shops the beverages and foods consumed in religious institutions palaces and homes Occasionally a new vessel form indicates a new social custom or practice such as the mancerina designed specifically for serving chocolate a drink introduced to Spanish

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  • Cerámica y Cultura ~ The Traditional Potter's Workshop
    someone to bring the fuel The maestro might take on an apprentice agreeing to feed and clothe him and take care of medical expenses for a number of years until he was ready to take the exam to become a journeyman and then a maestro Beginning in the 17th century in both Spain and Mexico mayólica potters were regulated by guilds gremios The guild was a formal organization with regulations

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  • Cerámica y Cultura ~ Contemporary Showcase
    more aware of the harmful effects of certain elements particularly lead But the designs of today s loceros draw heavily on the past and carry this history into the present Each one of the potters represented here has spent years studying the historic pigments glazes clays forms motifs and designs from the past and has selected those that to him or her make the most contemporary statement Some of the

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  • Cerámica y Cultura ~ Educación
    Cerámica y Cultura la historia de la mayólica española y mexicana Guía para maestros de kinder a tercero de preparatoria Download Guía de estudios 909kb PDF file Necesitará Acrobat Reader para tener acceso a la guía de estudios Si no

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  • Cerámica y Cultura ~ Bibliografía

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  • Cerámica y Cultura ~ Créditos
    Fundación de Arte Popular Internacional Consultantes Florence Lister Donna Pierce Alfonso Pleguezuelo Paulina Gámez Martínez Antonia Casanovas Jaume Coll Conesa Patricia Fournier María Concepción García Saíz Gloria Giffords Antonio Librero Pajuelo Margaret Connors McQuade María Paz Soler Traducción James K Gavin Martha Alexandra Greenway Palacio Prestadores a la exposción en línea Archivo General de las Indias Sevilla Judith Espinar and Tom Dillenberg Mr and Mrs Larry Frank Gloria Giffords Michael Haskell The Heard Museum Phoenix The International Folk Art Foundation IFAF Florence Lister Metropolitan Museum of Art New York Museum of Indian Arts and Culture a unit of the Museum of New Mexico Santa Fe MIAC MNM Museum of International Folk Art a unit of the Museum of New Mexico Santa Fe MOIFA MNM Museum of Spanish Colonial Art Santa Fe Museu de Ceràmica Barcelona Museo Franz Mayer Ciudad de México Museo José Luis Bello Instituto Nacional de Antropología e Historia Puebla Museo Nacional de Artes Decorativas Madrid Museo Nacional de Cerámica y de las Artes Suntuarias Gonzalez Martí Valencia Museo Naval Madrid Peabody Essex Museum Salem The Taylor Museum of the Colorado Springs Fine Arts Center Colorado Springs Tucson Museum of Art Tucson Las opiniones conclusiones o recomendaciones expresadas

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  • Cerámica y Cultura ~ Raíces de la mayólica
    siglo IX hubo un descubriemiento notable por añadir óxido de estaño al vidrio de plomo se podía crear una superficie blanca opaca que cubría el color del barro y servía para pintarse Esta cualidad de opacidad es una característica única de la mayólica La palabra mayólica es sinónimo de maiolica majolica faience y delftware En España y México también esta cerámica se conoce como loza o talavera por el pueblo

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