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"Ceramica: A Journey Through Time and Beauty" Step into the world of ceramica, where ancient Rome comes alive in a triumphal procession at the Roman Forum

Background imageCeramica Collection: Ancient Rome: A triumphal procession in roman forum, 1866 (coloured engraving)

Ancient Rome: A triumphal procession in roman forum, 1866 (coloured engraving)
XEE702512 Ancient Rome: A triumphal procession in roman forum, 1866 (coloured engraving) by Leutemann, Heinrich (1824-1905); Private Collection; (add.info)

Background imageCeramica Collection: Attic kylix type A with black figures, from Taranto, via Francesco di Palma

Attic kylix type A with black figures, from Taranto, via Francesco di Palma
LRI741014 Attic kylix type A with black figures, from Taranto, via Francesco di Palma.; diam: 19.3 cm; Museo Archeologico Nazionale, Taranto, Apuglia

Background imageCeramica Collection: Ancient Greece: Shrine to Apollo: The Oracle at Delphi, 1866 (coloured engraving)

Ancient Greece: Shrine to Apollo: The Oracle at Delphi, 1866 (coloured engraving)
XEE702542 Ancient Greece: Shrine to Apollo: The Oracle at Delphi, 1866 (coloured engraving) by Leutemann, Heinrich (1824-1905); Private Collection; (add.info)

Background imageCeramica Collection: Ceramica Azulejo Azul De Manises Museo Nacional De Ceramica. Valencia

Ceramica Azulejo Azul De Manises Museo Nacional De Ceramica. Valencia

Background imageCeramica Collection: Proto-Lucanian volute krater with red figures attributed to the Painter of Carnee (clay & glaze)

Proto-Lucanian volute krater with red figures attributed to the Painter of Carnee (clay & glaze)
LRI741072 Proto-Lucanian volute krater with red figures attributed to the Painter of Carnee (clay & glaze) by Painter of Carnee, (5th-4th century BC); diam: 47 cm; Museo Archeologico Nazionale

Background imageCeramica Collection: Plate decorated by a beautiful womans bust, with a crown of thorns motif

Plate decorated by a beautiful womans bust, with a crown of thorns motif, first half of the 16th century (majolica)
6298552 Plate decorated by a beautiful womans bust, with a crown of thorns motif, first half of the 16th century (majolica) by Italian School, (16th century); Museo Regionale della Ceramica, Deruta

Background imageCeramica Collection: Plaque with allegory of death, 1794 (majolica)

Plaque with allegory of death, 1794 (majolica)
6298165 Plaque with allegory of death, 1794 (majolica) by Meazzi, Giovanni (18th century); Museo Regionale della Ceramica, Deruta, Perugia, Umbria, Italy; (add.info.: Deruta)

Background imageCeramica Collection: Plate decorated by a womans bust, 18th century (majolica)

Plate decorated by a womans bust, 18th century (majolica)
6300048 Plate decorated by a womans bust, 18th century (majolica) by Italian School, (18th century); Museo Regionale della Ceramica, Deruta, Perugia, Umbria, Italy; (add.info.: School of Laterza)

Background imageCeramica Collection: Plate decorated with racing horses and a coat of arms, first half of the 18th century (majolica)

Plate decorated with racing horses and a coat of arms, first half of the 18th century (majolica)
6300047 Plate decorated with racing horses and a coat of arms, first half of the 18th century (majolica) by Italian School, (18th century); Museo Regionale della Ceramica, Deruta, Perugia, Umbria

Background imageCeramica Collection: Madonna with Child and man wounded by a harquebus, ex-voto plaque, 1732 (majolica)

Madonna with Child and man wounded by a harquebus, ex-voto plaque, 1732 (majolica)
6299325 Madonna with Child and man wounded by a harquebus, ex-voto plaque, 1732 (majolica) by Italian School, (18th century); Museo Regionale della Ceramica, Deruta, Perugia, Umbria

Background imageCeramica Collection: Madonna with Child and praying spouses, ex-voto plaque, 1543 (majolica)

Madonna with Child and praying spouses, ex-voto plaque, 1543 (majolica)
6299132 Madonna with Child and praying spouses, ex-voto plaque, 1543 (majolica) by Italian School, (16th century); Museo Regionale della Ceramica, Deruta, Perugia, Umbria

Background imageCeramica Collection: Souls in Purgatory, 1771 (majolica)

Souls in Purgatory, 1771 (majolica)
6299544 Souls in Purgatory, 1771 (majolica) by Meazzi, Giovanni (18th century); Museo Regionale della Ceramica, Deruta, Perugia, Umbria, Italy; (add.info.: School of Deruta)

Background imageCeramica Collection: The Fountain of Youth

The Fountain of Youth
6298015 The Fountain of Youth by Italian School; Museo Regionale della Ceramica, Deruta, Perugia, Umbria, Italy; (add.info.: Deruta)

Background imageCeramica Collection: Plate decorated by a beautiful womans bust, with a motif, first half of the 16th century (majolica)

Plate decorated by a beautiful womans bust, with a motif, first half of the 16th century (majolica)
6299020 Plate decorated by a beautiful womans bust, with a motif, first half of the 16th century (majolica) by Italian School, (16th century); Museo Regionale della Ceramica, Deruta, Perugia, Umbria

Background imageCeramica Collection: Pelike with red figures

Pelike with red figures
LRI741084 Pelike with red figures, by Greek School, (5th century BC); diam: 33.5 cm; Museo Nazionale della Siritide, Policoro, Matera, Basilicata

Background imageCeramica Collection: Lekythos in style Gnathian, Female figure seated on a diphros, She is holding a mirror

Lekythos in style Gnathian, Female figure seated on a diphros, She is holding a mirror
LRI741015 Lekythos in style Gnathian, Female figure seated on a diphros, She is holding a mirror, from Taranto district Lupoli, Italy by Greek School

Background imageCeramica Collection: Bell-shaped neck-amphora with red figures showing the birth of Helen

Bell-shaped neck-amphora with red figures showing the birth of Helen
LRI741082 Bell-shaped neck-amphora with red figures showing the birth of Helen, by Greek School, (4th century BC); 72.7 cm; Museo Archeologico Nazionale di Paestum, Capaccio, Salerno, Campania

Background imageCeramica Collection: The Broken Jug (oil on canvas, c. 1771-1773)

The Broken Jug (oil on canvas, c. 1771-1773)
LRI4607078 The Broken Jug (oil on canvas, c.1771-1773) by Greuze, Jean Baptiste (1725-1805); Louvre, Paris, France; (add.info)

Background imageCeramica Collection: Apulian krater of the Phylake (= Phylace) with red figures

Apulian krater of the Phylake (= Phylace) with red figures
LRI741085 Apulian krater of the Phylake (= Phylace) with red figures, by Greek School, (4th century BC); diam: 26.6 cm; Museo Archeologico Nazionale Jatta, Ruvo di Puglia, Bari, Apulia

Background imageCeramica Collection: Ancient Greece: Pottery, 1866 (coloured engraving)

Ancient Greece: Pottery, 1866 (coloured engraving)
XEE702538 Ancient Greece: Pottery, 1866 (coloured engraving) by Leutemann, Heinrich (1824-1905); Private Collection; (add.info)

Background imageCeramica Collection: Sub-geometric bichrome jug, from Ripacandida, tomb 14

Sub-geometric bichrome jug, from Ripacandida, tomb 14
LRI741044 Sub-geometric bichrome jug, from Ripacandida, tomb 14. by Greek School, (5th century BC); 16.5x7.9 cm; Museo Archeologico Nazionale Massimo Pallottino, Melfi, Potenza, Basilicata

Background imageCeramica Collection: Ancient Rome: Egyptian legation with presents before the Senate

Ancient Rome: Egyptian legation with presents before the Senate
XEE702519 Ancient Rome: Egyptian legation with presents before the Senate, 1866 (coloured engraving) by Leutemann, Heinrich (1824-1905); Private Collection; (add.info)

Background imageCeramica Collection: Proto-Lucanian red figure hydria by the Amykos Painter

Proto-Lucanian red figure hydria by the Amykos Painter
LRI741027 Proto-Lucanian red figure hydria by the Amykos Painter by Greek School, (5th century BC); diam: 35 cm; Museo Archeologico Nazionale, Metaponto, Bernalda, Matera, Basilicata

Background imageCeramica Collection: Funerary furnishings: alabastron, pendant, small sculpture, cylindrical pyx (= pix)

Funerary furnishings: alabastron, pendant, small sculpture, cylindrical pyx (= pix)
LRI741080 Funerary furnishings: alabastron, pendant, small sculpture, cylindrical pyx (= pix), from Metaponto(MT) Torretta district by Greek School, (5th century BC); Museo Archeologico Provinciale

Background imageCeramica Collection: Pelike with red figures

Pelike with red figures
LRI741083 Pelike with red figures, by Greek School, (5th century BC); diam: 33.5 cm; Museo Nazionale della Siritide, Policoro, Matera, Basilicata

Background imageCeramica Collection: Ceramica Piezas De Loza De Manises Museo Nacional De Ceramica. Valencia

Ceramica Piezas De Loza De Manises Museo Nacional De Ceramica. Valencia

Background imageCeramica Collection: Ceramica Plato De Paterna Con Epigrafia Arabe Museo Nacional De Ceramica

Ceramica Plato De Paterna Con Epigrafia Arabe Museo Nacional De Ceramica. Valencia

Background imageCeramica Collection: Ceramica Ceramica De Alcora Museo Nacional De Ceramica. Valencia

Ceramica Ceramica De Alcora Museo Nacional De Ceramica. Valencia

Background imageCeramica Collection: Piezas Ceramicas

Piezas Ceramicas
Prehistoria Edad De Los Metales.Edad De Bronce Ajuar Del Yacimiento Arqueologico De El Algar, Almeria Piezas Ceramicas

Background imageCeramica Collection: Battle of the Puig 1237 Ceramic tile panel with Jaime I El conquistador (1208-1276)

Battle of the Puig 1237 Ceramic tile panel with Jaime I El conquistador (1208-1276), King of Aragon and Catalonia

Background imageCeramica Collection: Popular Ceramics Exhibition of Fajalauza (Granada)

Popular Ceramics Exhibition of Fajalauza (Granada)

Background imageCeramica Collection: Sargadelos ceramics factory, founded in the early 19th century, declined in 1860

Sargadelos ceramics factory, founded in the early 19th century, declined in 1860, now recovered, series of figures representing agricole works

Background imageCeramica Collection: Two pieces of the current workshop of Muel, recovering of ancient potteries of the 15th

Two pieces of the current workshop of Muel, recovering of ancient potteries of the 15th and 16th centuries

Background imageCeramica Collection: Muel tiles representing the Virgin of Pilar

Muel tiles representing the Virgin of Pilar

Background imageCeramica Collection: Muel ceramic candelabra, workshop of recovery of ancient potteries of the 15th and 16th centuries

Muel ceramic candelabra, workshop of recovery of ancient potteries of the 15th and 16th centuries

Background imageCeramica Collection: Xiurells made in La Cabaneta, popular figures from the Balearic Islands, which are also whistles

Xiurells made in La Cabaneta, popular figures from the Balearic Islands, which are also whistles

Background imageCeramica Collection: Tile panel representing the old train the Panderola that crossed the city of Castellon

Tile panel representing the old train the Panderola that crossed the city of Castellon until 1963, that line joined Onsa with Grado of Castellon

Background imageCeramica Collection: Oath of Privileges and Franchises of Mallorca Island by King James III (1315-1349)

Oath of Privileges and Franchises of Mallorca Island by King James III (1315-1349). Tiles in the Plaza de Espana

Background imageCeramica Collection: Dish of the Transition Series, Catalan dishes with blue decoration

Dish of the Transition Series, Catalan dishes with blue decoration


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"Ceramica: A Journey Through Time and Beauty" Step into the world of ceramica, where ancient Rome comes alive in a triumphal procession at the Roman Forum. The year is 1866, and through a colored engraving, we witness the grandeur and splendor of this historical event. In Valencia's Museo Nacional De Ceramica, an Azulejo Azul De Manises captivates our attention. Its vibrant blue hues transport us to another era, showcasing the exquisite craftsmanship that has made ceramics an art form cherished throughout centuries. Moving forward in time, we encounter a Proto-Lucanian volute krater adorned with red figures attributed to the Painter of Carnee. This clay masterpiece with its glaze tells stories from long ago, reminding us of the rich cultural heritage passed down through generations. Leda and the Swan capture our imagination as we marvel at this timeless tale depicted on ceramic tiles. The intricate details bring forth emotions and provoke contemplation about love, desire, and destiny. The door of Sammezzano Castle beckons us closer with its inscription "Non plus ultra. " Owned by Ferdinando Panciatichi Ximenes d Aragona in Florence during 1880-1890s; it stands as a testament to his refined taste for beauty and elegance. Majolica takes center stage as we explore various plates decorated with stunning motifs. From a beautiful woman's bust crowned with thorns from the 16th century to allegories of death portrayed on plaques from 1794 - each piece showcases skilled artistry that transcends time. A plate adorned with racing horses and coat-of-arms transports us back to the first half of the 18th century when majolica reigned supreme. Meanwhile, an ex-voto plaque depicting Madonna with Child alongside a man wounded by harquebus serves as both religious devotion and artistic expression dating back to 1732.