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In 2011, Rhodes' 1970s description of community pottery and firing in massive wood burning kilns is almost an historic document.
In 2011, Rhodes' 1970s description of community pottery and firing in massive wood burning kilns is almost an historic document. Although times and the economy of art pottery have changed, you can still find Tamba or Tanba wares for sale, although the products are no longer storage jars for farmers or disposable teapots for railway cafes. If you, like me, have been moved by the power of Japanese "folk" ceramics in museums and galleries, this volume will supply some background in stories, faces, and fire
Rhodes, Daniel, 1911-1989.
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Rhodes received several mural commissions from the Section of Painting and Sculpture. Tamba Pottery: The Timeless Art of a Japanese Village. Tokyo: Kodansha International (1970).
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A Collection of Reference Books on Japanese Ceramics including D. Rhodes: Tamba Pottery The Timeless Art of a Japanese Village (Tokyo 1970); . Sanders: The World of Japanese Ceramics (Japan 1970); S. Hamada: The Works of Shoji Hamada 1921-1969 (Japan 1969); The National Museum of Modern Art, Tokyo: Shoji Hamada (Japan 1977); and.
Tamba Pottery: The Timeless Art of a Japanese Village. Daniel Rhodes at Stone City Art Colony. Daniel Rhodes and Marguerite Wildenhain. Radnor, Pennsylvania: Chilton Book Company (1976). With Miska Petersham. Understanding the Small-Scale Clay Products Enterprise. Arlington, Virginia: Volunteers in Technical Assistance (1984). Iowa Painter Howard C. Johnson.
Tamba Pottery: The Timeless Art of a Japanese Village: Daniel Rhodes. Clay and Glazes for the Potter by Daniel Rhodes. book recommended by Nancy Gallagher. Dover Publications Rhodes.
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