Art studio Sergey Konstantinov.
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Art Conservation & Restoration Sergey Konstantinov.
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Friday, October 21, 2011

Han Tang Dynasty terracotta .Art Conservation & Restoration Sergey Konstantinov.

Art Conservation & Restoration Sergey Konstantinov.
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Tang Dynasty terracotta .
Ceramic glazed sculptures./581 to 907/




Han  Dynasty terracotta.
Ceramic sculptures with polychrome, from the 2nd century BC.

Art restoration San Francisco Bay Area.

Sunday, May 8, 2011

Ceramic art restoration San Francisco.

Art Conservation & Restoration Sergey Konstantinov.
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Majolica. Italy.
Art Conservation & Restoration.Glazed terra-cotta.Andrea della Robbia 1399-1482.










Majolica. Spain.Art Conservation & Restoration.






Majolica. Italy. Art Conservation & Restoration.
Monte Lupo plate of early Italian maiolica. 16th century.


Tuesday, February 15, 2011

Russian Imperial Porcelain. Art Conservation & Restoration Sergey Konstantinov

Art Conservation & Restoration Sergey Konstantinov.
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Russian Imperial Porcelain.

IPM Porcelain in the 19th Century. 1801-1825. Porcelain of Alexander’s Reign. Restructuring of IPM. High Classicism, Empire Style The masters from Berlin Koeniglische Porzellan Manufaktur and artists of porcelain making from Sevres were invited, the kiln chamber was restructured.In 1806 a prohibitory law was adopted putting a ban to import of porcelain to Russia and after this adoption the competition between a variety of the Russian private porcelain factories had risen. The production line of IPM porcelain was divided into an expensive low-profit Royal presents department and an ordinary porcelain department which produced lower-priced porcelain for consumers for the Russian nobility.
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Imperial_Porcelain_Factory#Imperial_Years



Russian Imperial Porcelain.Art Conservation & Restoration.






Russian Imperial Porcelain.Art Conservation & Restoration.