'The Pot Book' by ceramicist Edmund de Waal presents an alphabetised history of ceramic art and explores the extraordinary range and variety of ceramic vessels from all periods. From Ai Weiwei's Han dynasty urns to a jug made in eighteenth-century Dresden, each entry provides the name of the artist/school, the school and style, taking the reader on a journey through the finest examples of ceramic art to date.
Edmund de Waal is a ceramic artist based in London and is best known for his large scale installations, which have been exhibited in many museums around the world . De Waal has written widely on art and ceramics and is also known as the author of 'The Hare with Amber Eyes' (2010).
320 pages, 300 colour illustrations, 290 X 214mm, hardback