Matthew Bolton Georgian style and the industrial revolution. Matthew Bolton, English industrialist in furniture and Josiah Wedgwood in ceramics. Biography Bolton was the son of a Birmingham maker
The first masters who worked in this technique were Chinese ceramists. Europeans, trying to create similar ceramics, found their own method, which is called “Pâte-sur-pâte” – a French
Marc-Louis-Emmanuel Solon was born in 1835 in Montauban (France). Some of Solon’s works attracted the attention of the artistic director of the Sevres manufactory. Solon worked in Sevres
The art of cloisonné enamel dates back thousands of years, having first originated in ancient Egypt. It is believed that in Japan they began to use this technique
Hannah Bolton Barlow (1851–1916) and Florence Elizabeth Barlow were artists who painted ceramics for Doulton & Co at the Lambeth Art Ceramics Studio. Usually several people work on
Eliza Simmans joined Doulton & Co, a ceramics company in Lambeth, a suburb of London, in 1873. Her creative career in the company was unusually long and fruitful.
Franz Bischoff (1864-1929) received his artistic education in Vienna and then in Dresden, studying the art of Chinese painting. In 1883 he emigrated to the United States, where