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500 Teapots
by Suzanne Tourtillott


Book Description
It's a fabulous sourcebook with 500 of the most fantastic, creative teapots you've ever seen. From handbuilt to wheel thrown, functional to sculptural, round to square, traditional to funky, ceramicists will encounter a little bit of everything in this artistic celebration. Many find their inspiration in classic Asian designs, and have their own serene beauty and attention to form. Others take a more figurative approach, such as teapots with a small family grouping; a nurse dressed in fetish attire, and the intriguingly titled "Dr. Seuss Meets Picasso!" Still more look to the natural world--birds, plants, rocks, and animals. Browse through a variety of surface treatments, from intricate carved forms to narrative painted patterns. They're all so stunning, you won't even have to drink tea to appreciate them!

Average Customer Review: 4.8 out of 5 stars
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Teapots Transformed
by Leslie Ferrin

5 out of 5 stars Teapots certainly are transformed!, January 7, 2001
Reviewer: Andy Titcomb from St.Mabyn, Cornwall, United Kingdom


This is quite simply the most beautiful book on teapots that I have ever seen. The photographs are stunning. The teapots are outrageous, ridiculous, fun, clever, inventive and some are even useable! If you love teapots you must buy this book! Click here for more information.
  
The Artful Teapot
by Garth Clark, et al  

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Modeling the Head in Clay
by Bruno Lucchesi

Ingram
Renowned contemporary sculptor Bruno Lucchesi takes a single life-size head through all the stages of rough in, modeling, refining the surface, and finishing and texturing, enabling the reader to see exactly how he positions and models every detail. The book demonstrates not just highlights of the creative process, but every step from beginning to end.

Average Customer Review: 4.0 out of 5 stars
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Modeling the Figure in Clay
by Bruno Lucchesi, Margit Malmstrom

Average Customer Review: 4.8 out of 5 stars
Reviewer: A reader from Jacksonville, FL USA
This book, along with the other titles in the series: "Modeling the Head in Clay" and "Terracotta," is an excellent resource for beginning sculptors. In fact, if I could buy only one book on sculpting, it would be one of these three (and most probably this one). The book is a walk-though of a single sculpture, which is instructive, but it is also a great reference. Mr. Lucchesi's style is realistic with natural poses, and quite pleasing -- it exudes peace and repose. Ms. Malmstrom has a gift for photographing and describing exactly those parts of the process most interesting to students. The medium is clay, and I'm working in wax, but I have not found this to be a problem. Be advised that it concentrates on the female figure, so an additional anatomy book may be helpful for proportioning male figures.
 
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