TIN GLAZING AND IMAGE CULTURE

The MAK’s Majolica Collection in Historical Context
Wed, 06.04.2022 – Sun, 07.08.2022
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Apothecary vessel with two handles, workshop of Giunta di Turigo, Florence, ca. 1431
© MAK/Katrin Wißkirchen

Bowl, Faustina Bella, Urbino or Castel Durante, ca. 1530–1540
© MAK/Katrin Wißkirchen

Majolica plate, Deucalion and Pyrrha, Francesco Xanto Avelli, Urbino, 1534
© MAK/Katrin Wißkirchen

Basin with trefoil foot and handles, Judgement of Paris, Patanazzi workshop, Urbino, ca. 1560–1590
© Georg Mayer/MAK

Plate, The Trojans lead Cupid disguised as Ascanius to Dido in Carthage, workshop of Guido di Merlino Urbino (assumed), donation from Anna Schwartz, 1875
© MAK/Katrin Wißkirchen
Plate, Popilius drawing a circle in the sand round King Antiochus, workshop of the Patanazzi family, Urbino, ca. 1600–1620, from Stift Neukloster, Wiener Neustadt
© MAK/Katrin Wißkirchen
Teller, Perillus roasted in the bronze bull he had made, Duchy of Urbino, ca. 1540–1550, from Schloss Ambras
© MAK/Katrin Wißkirchen

Plate, The Judgement of Paris, Duchy of Urbino or possibly by a painter trained in the Duchy but working elsewhere, ca. 1550–1580, from Schloss Ambras
© MAK/Katrin Wißkirchen

Plate, decorated with white and gold on a dark blue glaze, arms of Cardinal Ghislieri, Pompei family workshops (assumed), Castelli, ca. 1557–1566, donation from Johann II Prince of Liechtenstein, 1884 © MAK/Kristina Wissik

Armorial plate, Orpheus carrying Eurydice from the Underworld, arms of Rabenhaupt von Suche and Lamparter von Greiffenstein, workshop of Guido Durantino, Urbino, ca. 1535–1538, from Stift Neukloster, Wiener Neustadt © MAK/Georg Mayer

Bowl with bella donna, Deruta, ca. 1500–1525, purchased from Trau, Vienna, 1872
© MAK/Kristina Wissik

Plate, ANGELICA BE[LLA], Duchy of Urbino, ca. 1530–1550, from the Olbizzi Este Collection
© MAK/Katrin Wißkirchen

Plate, Marine figures and a cupid after Annibale Carracci, Ferdinando Maria Campani, Siena (assumed), ca. 1743–1745, donation from the priest Kratky, 1873
© MAK/Katrin Wißkirchen

Plate, A landscape, Carlo Antonio Grue or a close associate, Castelli, ca. 1705–1710, from Stift Neukloster, Wiener Neustadt
© MAK/Katrin Wißkirchen

Cover from a childbirth service, Hercules and white-ground grotesques, workshop of the Patanazzi family (assumed), Urbino, ca. 1575–1600, from the Vienna Porcelain Manufactory
© MAK/Katrin Wißkirchen

Pilgrim flask, Mythological gods and goddesses, “Painter of the Orpheus basin,” workshop of Guido di Merlino, Urbino (assumed), ca. 1540–1550, from Stift Neukloster, Wiener Neustadt
© MAK/Katrin Wißkirchen

Plate, Mercury and Paris, “Eloquence Painter” (assumed), Urbino or Venice, ca. 1540–1560, from Stift Neukloster, Wiener Neustadt
© MAK/Katrin Wißkirchen

Flask and plate, Ginori factory, Doccia, ca. 1867, purchased from the Ginori factory, 1869
© MAK/Katrin Wißkirchen

Flask and plate, Ginori factory, Doccia, ca. 1867, purchased from the Ginori factory, 1869
© MAK/Katrin Wißkirchen

Lustred basin, arms of a person connected with the royal family of Spain, Spain (Manises or Paterna), ca. 1500, from the Olbizzi Este Collection
© MAK/ Georg Mayer

MAK exhibition view, 2022
TIN GLAZING AND IMAGE CULTURE: The MAK’s Majolica Collection in Historical Context
Central Space MAK DESIGN LAB
© MAK/Georg Mayer
MAK exhibition view, 2022
TIN GLAZING AND IMAGE CULTURE: The MAK’s Majolica Collection in Historical Context
Central Space MAK DESIGN LAB
© MAK/Georg Mayer
MAK exhibition view, 2022
TIN GLAZING AND IMAGE CULTURE: The MAK’s Majolica Collection in Historical Context
Central Space MAK DESIGN LAB
© MAK/Georg Mayer
MAK exhibition view, 2022
TIN GLAZING AND IMAGE CULTURE: The MAK’s Majolica Collection in Historical Context
Central Space MAK DESIGN LAB
© MAK/Georg Mayer
MAK exhibition view, 2022
TIN GLAZING AND IMAGE CULTURE: The MAK’s Majolica Collection in Historical Context
Central Space MAK DESIGN LAB
© MAK/Georg Mayer
MAK exhibition view, 2022
TIN GLAZING AND IMAGE CULTURE: The MAK’s Majolica Collection in Historical Context
Central Space MAK DESIGN LAB
© MAK/Georg Mayer
MAK exhibition view, 2022
TIN GLAZING AND IMAGE CULTURE: The MAK’s Majolica Collection in Historical Context
Central Space MAK DESIGN LAB
© MAK/Georg Mayer
Marino Moretti, Frammenti di genere umano [Shards/Fragments of Humankind] , 2021
© MAK/Georg Mayer
 
 
Marino Moretti, Frammenti di genere umano [Shards/Fragments of Humankind] , 2021
© MAK/Georg Mayer
Marino Moretti, Frammenti di genere umano [Shards/Fragments of Humankind] , 2021
© MAK/Georg Mayer

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