A History of Eighteenth-Century German Porcelain is a descriptive catalogue of the Dixon Gallery in Memphis' remarkable holdings - donated by Warda Stevens Stout and considered to be among the most important in the world. But the book is also one of the first in English to describe in captivating detail the artisans, aesthetics, social and political intrigue, financial arrangements, and courtly ambitions that resided in porcelain factories at Ansbach, Frankenthal, Furstenberg, Hochst, Ludwigsburg, Meissen, Nymphenburg, and Thuringen.
Christina H. Nelson is an independent scholar based in Champaign, Illinois. She has been a curator at Greenfield Village and the Henry Ford Museum in Deerfield, Michigan, the Saint Louis Art Museum, and the Nelson-Atkins Museum of Art in Kansas City. She is the author of numerous catalogues, articles, and reviews. Letitia Roberts is an independent scholar and consultant based in New York City. She was a department head at Sotheby's for many years and has been a member, director and former president of the American Ceramics Circle. She has written extensively on American and European ceramics.
Contents: Foreword - Kevin Sharp; Acknowledgments - Christina Nelson; The Collector Warda Stevens Stout - Letitia Roberts; A History of Eighteenth-Century German Porcelain - Christina Nelson; Introduction; Meissen; Ansbach; Berlin; Frankenthal; Furstenberg; Fulda; Hochst; Ludwigsburg; Nymphenburg; Thuringia; Overview - Closter Veilsdorf; Gotha; Limbach; Volkstedt; Vienna; Selected List of German Porcelain from The Warda Stevens Stout Collection; Bibliography.
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