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Antique Ceramics of Palissy 1.0

View art work ceramics of Palissy on your desktop.


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  • Last Updated: Oct 25, 2010
  • License: Shareware $12.95
  • OS: Windows XP/2000/98
  • Requirements: No special requirements

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Antique Ceramics of Palissy is a Desktop Utilities software developed by Pixel Paradox. After our trial and test, the software is proved to be official, secure and free. Here is the official description for Antique Ceramics of Palissy:

BSEditor: Bernard Palissy (1499 - 1590) was a French artist, potter, scientist, geologist, surveyor, lecturer, and philosopher. In 1538 he began a 16 year quest for a means of making ceramic pottery of the same quality as glazed Chinese porcelain. In doing so, he developed new techniques for producing enamels and colors in ceramics. His beautiful products were in high demand, and he was appointed in 1565 as "Inventor of Rustic Pottery to the King and the Queen Mother" which enabled him to work in Paris. Many of his items eventually came to the Louvre Museum in Paris. In 1862 Messr De Sauzay, the Curator of the Louvre, commissioned a 21 x 15 inch print folio of Palissy's works, as well as some of his imitators. This screensaver, Antique Ceramics of Palissy - Widescreen Screensaver, presents 40 widescreen images from this rare book entitled : Monograph of the Work of Bernard Palissy: Followed by a Choice of his Followers or Imitators - Designed by Delange and Carle C. Borneman, and Accompanied by Text by M. Sauzay and Henry Delange.
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