Fifth in Kodansha s award winning series on American craftspersons Warren MacKenzie has spent his life working in a wide ranging folkcraft tradition that draws inspiration from the great potter Bernard Leach in Britain and the mingei movement of postwar Japan....
|Title||:||Warren Mackenzie: An American Potter|
|Publisher||:||Kodansha USA Inc 1st edition September 1, 1991|
|Number of Pages||:||192 pages|
|File Size||:||765 KB|
|Status||:||Available For Download|
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Warren Mackenzie: An American Potter Reviews
Very good reference. Shipping time was amazingly quick.
Great book. Informative with excellent photos.
Beautiful book about a fine and well known American potter, fine personal and knowledgable text by architect friend, beautiful photos.
The book was in new condition. Excellent book with great detailed color photos of ceramic wares. Anecdotal stories about McKenzie and his relationship with Shoji Hamada, Bernard Leach and others, a fine read. The vendor also shipped this item express which he was not required to do.
Spectacular photos of pots, along with interesting writing.
This book is lovely to look and and fun to read. It covers the work of an iconic potter who has influenced so many in the field. Great for collectors and serious students of ceramics.