An Essay on the Tiles of C diz

An Essay on the Tiles of C  diz
Author : Dhruv Sharma
Publisher : Independent
Total Pages : 43
Release : 2018-09-24
ISBN 10 : 9781723934940
ISBN 13 : 1723934941
Language : EN, FR, DE, ES & NL

The purpose of this book, acting as a cohesive single essay, is to describe Cádiz through its most expressive art form: its ceramic wall tiles. The book provides an overarching review of these tiles, their history and artistry as well as delving into the influences thereof. The Author uses his own pictures taken in Cádiz to provide a first hand portrayal.


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