Terracotta

Terracotta literally means 'cooked earth' in Italian, and refers to earthenware items of a glazed or un-glazed clay-based ceramic. It appears as a distinctive brown-orange in colour.

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Style
  1. Figurative Art 3
  2. Animal / Animalier 3
  3. Mythological 2
  4. Academic 1
  5. Arts & Crafts 1
  6. Chinoiserie 1
  7. Classical 1
  8. Equestrian / Horses 1
  9. Islamic 1
  10. Neoclassical 1
  11. Orientalist 1
  12. Persian interest 1
  13. Portrait 1
Material
  1. Terracotta 11
  2. Glass 1
Colour
  1. Brown 6
  2. Gold 2
  3. Multi-coloured 2
  4. Orange 2
  5. Red 2
  6. White 2
  7. Black 1
  8. Cream 1
  9. Green 1
  10. Grey 1
  11. Pink 1
  12. Turquoise 1
  13. Yellow 1
Country Of Origin
  1. Continental 3
  2. French 3
  3. German 2
  4. Austrian 1
  5. Belgian 1
  6. Danish 1
  7. Norwegian 1
Period
  1. Late 19th Century 6
  2. Early 20th Century 4
  3. 19th Century 1
Artist / Maker
  1. Ernst March Söhne factory (German, 1835-1902) 1
  2. Kuhse, Gottwalt (German, fl. 1870-1890) 1
  3. Massier, Clement (French, 1844-1917) 1
  4. Weigele, Henri (French, 1858-1927) 1
  5. Sinding, Stephan Abel (Norwegian/Danish, 1846-1922) 1
  6. Gladenbeck, Oskar (German, 1850–1921) 1