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Medieval Tile Designs

Author : John Gough Nichols
ISBN : 9780486164397
Genre : Design
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132 royalty-free motifs: crosses, churches, fleur-de-lis, stylized plant forms, mythological creatures, stars, abstract and geometric figures, other authentic elements.

The Medieval Tiles Of Wales

Author : J. M. Lewis
ISBN : 0720004608
Genre : Tiles, Medieval
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A detailed study of Welsh finds from the medieval period, when tiles floors were first fashionable, and the manufacture of the earthenware tiles was at its height

Medieval Floor Tiles Of Northern England

Author : Jennie Stopford
ISBN : UOM:39015061191212
Genre : History
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This study of the design, manufacture and use of medieval floor tiles shows the long-lasting influence achieved in the north of England by the monasteries of the reformed movement, particularly the Cistercians. It serves to demonstrate how these monastic houses made use of the resources and contacts available to them. Over 500 different designs and 60 mosaic arrangements that had been in use in the medieval period were identified from the extant tiles and from searches of published literature and antiquarian records. The study examines changes in the design, production and use of a particular artefact type, in a large region, over a long period of time.

Irish Medieval Tiles

Author : Elizabeth S. Eames
ISBN : UOM:39015016583000
Genre : History
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A comprehensive account of Irish tiles, detailing their manufacture, the main types and decorative techniques, it also gives a full inventory of the 88 sites where tiles have been located, a descriptive catalogue and visual index of the 505 known designs.

A Medieval Manor House Rediscovered

Author : Simon Flaherty
ISBN : 9781874350866
Genre : History
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Excavations in advance of housing development at Longforth Farm, Wellington revealed limited evidence for late prehistoric settlement, but the principal discovery was the remains of a previously unknown high status medieval building complex. This is thought to have been a manor house and though heavily robbed, key elements identified include a hall, solar with garderobe and service wing. A forecourt lay to the north and a service yard with at least one ancillary building and a possible detached kitchen to the south. To the east was a complex of pits, enclosure and field ditches and a pond. ere was a restricted range and number of medieval finds, but together these suggest that occupation spanned the late 11th or 12th century to probably the 14th century. There was a notable group of medieval floor tiles and roof furniture, but documentary research has failed to identify the owners and any records relating specifically to this important building. One possibility is that it belonged to the Provost of Wells cathedral, and was perhaps abandoned in the 14th century when the Bishops may have established their court within the nearby and then relatively new market town of Wellington.

Historic Floors

Author : Jane Fawcett
ISBN : 9781136398568
Genre : Antiques & Collectibles
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This is the first book in the UK to be devoted to historic floors. It introduces an important and largely neglected subject and considers conservation methods in a European context. It traces the history of some of the great floors of Europe from the fourth century B.C. and outlines the development of mosaic, tiles, marble and parquetry floors in secular buildings. The early Christian pavements in basilicas, temples and cathedrals, the creation of medieval tiles, ledger stones and monumental brasses, their destruction by iconoclasts and re-creation during the Gothic Revival, are also discussed. Leading authorities, archaeologists, architects and archivists consider the latest methods of recording and repairing cathedral floors, including those of cathedrals, country houses, the monumental tiled pavements of the Palace of Westminster and other public buildings. Management policies to protect outstanding floors in over-visited sites are considered and historic features particularly at risk, are identified. Urgent action is recommended to contain the damage caused by the dramatic increase in tourism throughout Europe.

English Medieval Tiles

Author : Elizabeth R. Eames
ISBN : IND:39000005567719
Genre : Design
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Old English Tile Designs For Artists And Craftspeople

Author : Carol Belanger Grafton
ISBN : 0486247775
Genre : Architecture
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Over 150 engravings of original ceramic paving tiles from medieval cathedrals and monasteries — geometrics, mosaics, Gothic and Romanesque themes, rich medieval imagery. Sharp, royalty-free designs lend themselves to ceramics, serigraphy, photo-silkscreen and batik, leather tooling, wood burning, enameling, marquetry, and more. 161 black-and-white illustrations.

Design And Color In Islamic Architecture

Author : Roland Michaud
ISBN : UVA:X004048567
Genre : Art
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This highly unusual book gathers together the largest collection of photographs ever published of the astonishing tiled domes, minarets and walls of Islamic Asia. Michael Barry's text draws on a wealth of historical, technical and iconographic information to illuminate the history and meaning of these remarkable decorations. He traces the history of Islamic architectural tiles from their first major appearance at the end of the twelfth century as a means of protection from the weather, through their apogee in the fifteenth century which saw them perhaps at their most ornate, right up to the present day when Herat's tilemasters still perpetuate the finest medieval traditions. Beginning with a highly evocative traveller's impression of modern Afghanistan, the text combines profound historical knowledge with insight into the technical innovations that shaped the course of tile decoration in medieval Islam. In addition, in order to explore the symbolism behind the seven colors Michael Barry turns to one of the greatest medieval Persian-language poets, Nezami of Ganjeh, and his verse romance The Brides of the Seven Climes. He translates this series of tales, which are as charming and gripping as any in the Thousand and One Nights, and in his commentary provides a fascinating glimpse of the philosophical, literary and religious context for Nezami's work.

Medieval Designs

Author : Gregory Mirow
ISBN : 0486297918
Genre : Design
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Heraldic motifs, gargoyles, and floral patterns are among the offerings of this rich compendium of ornate designs from the Middle Ages. A diverse array of authentic sources-including brass rubbings, tapestry patterns, frescoes, and illuminated manuscripts-make this collection of 225 motifs a valuable archive for artists and craftspeople in need of royalty-free medieval illustrations.

Medieval Art And Architecture At Worcester Cathedral

Author : British Archaeological Association
ISBN : UOM:39015016924352
Genre : Architecture, Medieval
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Medieval Art And Architecture At Worcester Cathedral

Author : [Anonymus AC02485101]
ISBN : UCAL:B4924543
Genre : Cathedral
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Medieval Tiles

Author : Elizabeth S. Eames
ISBN : UOM:39015030481629
Genre : Tiles
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Beschrijving, gebaseerd op objecten uit de collecties van het British Museum te Londen.

Medieval Dublin

Author : Friends of Medieval Dublin. Symposium
ISBN : WISC:89096432745
Genre : Archaeology, Medieval
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Catalogue Of Medieval Lead Glazed Earthenware Tiles In The Department Of Medieval And Later Antiquities British Museum The Plates

Author : British Museum. Department of Medieval and Later Antiquities
ISBN : UOM:39015028575572
Genre : Tiles
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Henry Chapman Mercer And The Moravian Pottery And Tile Works

Author : Cleota Reed
ISBN : UOM:39015019554214
Genre : Art
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Examines the work of one of the leading figures of the Arts and Crafts Movement in America, looking at the role of his ceramic murals, pavings, and sculptural reliefs in the reform of architectural decoration in the early 20th century.

Decorated Medieval Floor Tiles Of Somerset

Author : Barbara J. Lowe
ISBN : UOM:39015060898809
Genre : Architecture
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This book is a catalogue of medieval deocrated floor tiles from the historic (up until 1974) county of Somerset. It is intended primarily as a source of reference for archaeologists, museum staff, art historians and those studying design. The descriptions and illustrations of the tiles are split into thematic groups for ease of reference and the gazetteer provides contextual settings. It is based both on tiles found in situ on Somerset sites, and from collections in Somerset museums.

The Decorative Tile

Author : Tony Herbert
ISBN : UVA:X006090848
Genre : Architecture
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Ceramic tiles are one of the oldest and most universally employed forms of architectural decoration. During the nineteenth century, this medium reached a zenith: this beautifully illustrated book highlights the ways in which the Industrial Revolution transformed the use of ceramic tiles in buildings. It not only brought entirely new techniques and equipment for production but created an expanding world market for decorative building materials. This book deconstructs in depth the visual richness of the subject, exploring the variety of techniques used by decorative tile manufacturers and the fascinating ways in which designers, architects and builders exploited the infinite colour palette of ceramic glazes. Coupled with design inspirations from the history of ceramics around the world, the resulting buildings show how the creative use of ceramic tiles can produce architecture and interiors of remarkable quality. The authors seek to integrate tiles, their design and manufacture, with the architectural and social environment in which they were used. Sumptuous illustrations - including specially commissioned pictures of previously unpublished tile schemes - provide detailed coverage, especially of the key Victorian period. This book benefits profoundly from the authors' years of experience with tiles, designs and architecture, from which this truly authoritative coverage has been distilled.

Decorative Tiles Throughout The Ages

Author : Hans van Lemmen
ISBN : STANFORD:36105020834508
Genre : Decorative arts
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Salisbury Museum Medieval Catalogue

Author : Salisbury and South Wiltshire Museum
ISBN : 0947535136
Genre : Archaeology, Medieval
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