European ceramics at Burghley House

by Gordon Lang

Publisher: Burghley House Preservation Trust Limited in [Stamford?]

Written in English
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Catalogue of a collection of ceramics housed at Burghley House (catalogued by Sotheby"s).

StatementGordon Lang.
ContributionsSotheby"s (Firm), Burghley House (Stamford, England)
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL15343337M
ISBN 100950890529

Restaurants near Burghley House: ( km) Zada Restaurant ( km) The George Hotel Restaurant ( km) The Garden Room at the George Hotel ( km) Pizza Express ( km) Kafae on the Square; View all restaurants near Burghley House on TripadvisorMissing: European ceramics.   The Bustling Season Of American Art And English Pottery the director of European ceramics at Sotheby's. a rare blue-and-white delftware charger with a detailed drawing of Burghley House. Porcelain in history Pots of fame. European porcelain was invented years ago in Germany. A few years later they entered the collections of Burghley House, a stately home in Lincolnshire. MetPublications is a portal to the Met's comprehensive book and online publishing program with close to titles published from to the present. The Metropolitan Museum of Art Bulletin, v. 45, no. 1 (Summer, ) Ford, Barbara Brennan "Japanese Porcelain at Burghley House: The Inventory of and the Sale of ": Metropolitan.

  Burghley has one of the finest collections of Italian Old Master paintings in private hands, while the collections of both Oriental and European ceramics are world famous. MetPublications is a portal to the Met's comprehensive book and online publishing program with close to titles published from to the present. Japanese Ceramics from the Tanakamaru Collection Nagatake () "Japanese Porcelain at Burghley House: The Inventory of and the Sale of ": Metropolitan Museum Journal, v. Burghley House, Stamford Paperback – January 1, by Trustees of Burghley House (Author) See all formats and editions Hide other formats and editions. Price New from Used from Paperback, January 1, "Please retry" Author: Trustees of Burghley House. "Japanese Porcelain at Burghley House: The Inventory of and the Sale of ": Metropolitan Museum Journal, v. 37 () Impey, Oliver ().

The Metropolitan Museum of Art Bulletin, v. 28, no. 5 (January, ). New York: The Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York: The Metropolitan Museum of Art, Impey, O. R. "Japanese Porcelain at Burghley House: The Inventory of and the Sale of ". The Bow Room. Burghley House. Stamford, Lincolnshire, England. Europe A couple about to join the queue through the archway of the visitor entrance to the historic Burghley House, near Stamford, England, UK. royal palace of the 16th and early 17th centuries. Set in extensive parkland, it was a residence of statesmen Lord Burghley and his son. Road Directions. Burghley is a mile from Stamford and 20 minutes north of Peterborough on the the South:Take the Carpenters Lodge exit on the A1 signposted to Burghley House, turn left on to the B towards the road alongside the park wall and the impressive Bottle Lodges entrance gates down towards right just past the Bull & Swan Pub and continue for Missing: European ceramics. A great place for a walk or to simply relaxing the grounds of Burghley House all for free. You can pay an entry fee to visit the house or garden if you choose. There is a cafe near the entrance to the gardens and a restaurant inside the house that can be visited without paying TripAdvisor reviews.

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Burghley houses an internationally important collection of Oriental ceramics as well as a significant amount of European pieces. Together, they total more European ceramics at Burghley House book items.

The project of uploading images and descriptions to this website is now in hand and will continue gradually until all items of importance can be seen by visitors. ISBN: OCLC Number: Notes: Exhibition catalog.

Description: xiv, 66 pages: [] illustrations ([19] color), maps ; 28 cm. The collection of Fine Art held within Burghley House is extensive and varied, and includes many highly important objects.

The collection of Italian Old Master paintings is one of the finest in private hands. The collections of both Oriental and European ceramics are world famous and of great interest to scholars.

Tapestries; Textiles; Exhibitions. Art in Miniature; European Ceramics at Burghley; Japanese Lacquer at Burghley; Kakiemon Porcelain at Burghley; Lord Burghley—an Olympian Career; The Age of Elizabeth I; The Travelling Earls & the Grand Tour; Collectibles and Curiosities; Chinese Snuff Bottles at Burghley; Contacts.

Introduction over tea, coffee and biscuits followed by a Self Guided Tour – £ per person (including House and Gardens ticket) Our friendly and knowledgeable guides will give an informal introduction to the House over tea and coffee in the Loggia, before your group explores the House and Gardens at.

Burghley is no exception. Over the generations, many fascinating objects have been added to the Collection. The project of uploading images and descriptions to this website is now in hand and will continue gradually European ceramics at Burghley House book all items of importance can be seen by visitors.

Welcome to Burghley, William Cecil’s ancestral home. This palatial Elizabethan prodigy house is still a much loved family home and we invite you to explore its historic collection of paintings, ceramics and works of art, many of which still stand where they were first recorded in Kakiemon Porcelain at Burghley.

Drawn from the world-famous Burghley collection of Oriental porcelain, this group of ceramics featuring the Kakiemon palette of glazes in persimmon red, green and blue are among the most decorative and collectable of Japanese ceramics.

European Ceramics at Burghley; Japanese Lacquer at Burghley; Kakiemon Porcelain at Burghley; Clocks & Watches. This aspect of he Collection is typical of that to be found in a great country house.

There are no London salon clocks or watches of immense complexity. Rather, these are practical objects, which in some cases reflect the.

The Burghley Nef, –, France, V&A Museum no. M Burghley Nef, a silver-gilt salt cellar now in the collection of the Victoria and Albert Museum.

Cecil House, 16th- and 17th-century demolished London residences. Theobalds House, second house half-way to London, built by the founder in g: European ceramics. Recorded at the House sincethey were thought to have been made of glass in attempts by European craftsmen to impersonate Oriental porcelain.

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Brownlow, 9th Earl of Exeter, was one of her patrons and infatuated with her paintings and landscapes. Burghley House Collections - https. “Ceramic Art of the Italian Renaissance”, Paperback, by Timothy Wilson (Author). pages. Publisher: British Museum Press; Language: English.

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At Burghley House, ceramics and rare books from William Cecil’s period. Also, new forwill be a timeline exhibition detailing Cecil’s life and achievements. This will demonstrate his immense influence over the politics, religion and daily life of 16 th Century England.

There was no aspect of foreign or domestic policy in which he. The present dish is one of three recorded examples: the first of the other two is in the collection of Burghley House, Stamford, England, and is illustrated by Gordon Lang, European Ceramics at Burghley House, p.

18, no. 30; the second is in the Glaisher Collection at the Fitzwilliam Museum, Cambridge, and is illustrated by Bernard Rackham. 18th century Arita kilns Arita ware Bizen blue and overglaze blue and white blue-and-white bowl Burghley House celadon celain Ceramic Art China color daimyo East India Company Edo period Edo period eighteenth century enameled wares English Europe European export porcelain figures fine finely firing first floral flowers Four.

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Immerse yourself in the grandeur of the largest and most majestic house from the first Elizabethan Age at Burghley House. See history come alive as you enjoy a guided tour of Burghley’s elaborately decorated State Rooms, featuring a varied collection of portraits, tapestries, ceramics and rare furniture dating back toand explore the playful Garden of Surprises and Sculpture Garden.

Ceramics from Burghley House will be at the Saga Prefectural Kyushu Ceramic Museum, Japan: July 19 -- Oct.

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William Cecil, Lord Burghley (–), was the closest adviser to Englan /5(7). For full details of opening times, events and to book online tickets, visit or telephone Burghley, near Stamford in Lincolnshire, has been the home of the Cecil Family for over years and is England’s greatest Elizabethan House.

Japanese Porcelain at Burghley House: The Inventory of i and the Sale of i OLIVER IMPEY The collection at Burghley House is extensive, but it was once larger; there was a sale at Christie's in Lon- not have excluded European ceramics, majolica, delft, or other earthenwares; no specific example is known.

Gordon Lang lecturing at Burghley House Gordon was one of the world’s foremost authorities of European and Asian ceramics. He dedicated the last and best years of his life to teaching new generations of experts, who are now writers, dealers, curators and. While sipping tea at Burghley, the most magnificent of England's Elizabethan houses, Gordon Lang, a porcelain specialist at Sotheby's, asked about a.

Impey, O. "Japanese Porcelain at Burghley House: The Inventory of and the Sale of " Metropolitan Museum Journal, Vol. 37 (). New York: The Metropolitan Museum of Art.

The export of Japanese works of art, and the influence upon European artistic production during the Meiji period (though often of works produced during the Edo period) have all but obscured the remarkable effects Japanese export art had upon the west during the period of self-imposed semi-isolation.

Oliver Impey. AM GMT 31 Oct and made a valuable study of the original inventories of furnishings at Burghley House. The first book on pre-export porcelain in a European .Burghley House is truly spectacular. An Elizabethan palace to which only actual royal residences can compare, Burghley House is the most magnificent house built during Queen Elizabeth’s reign.

Only the best for Queen Elizabeth’s most faithful and long-serving advisor, Lord Burghley, who rose from the status of lawyer to become Queen Elizabeth I’s chief advisor [ ]Missing: European ceramics.