Isabella d’Este’s Tin-Glazed Ceramic Service

by Jean Marie Carey on January 27, 2015

The Illustrated Credenza project focuses on Renaissance material culture. It is aimed at schools, universities and museums where the film can be shown as part of a gallery exhibition, study-day or, lecture.

Click here to read the project description.

Click here to view a short film featuring ceramicist Ester Mantovani who created replicas of the twenty-three surviving dishes from Isabella d’Este’s credenza di maiolica istoriata.

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