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PERUGINO Collection  The Perugino pattern is an Artistica's exclusive.  It was inspired by the Deruta's classic Raffaellesco a design that traces his origins from the XVI Century graceful arabesques of painter Raphael famous frescoes. Raffaellesco is a benevolent deity, bestowing good luck and fair winds to the seagoing merchants of the era.

PERUGINO Collection The Perugino pattern is an Artistica's exclusive. It was inspired by the Deruta's classic Raffaellesco a design that traces his origins from the XVI Century graceful arabesques of painter Raphael famous frescoes. Raffaellesco is a benevolent deity, bestowing good luck and fair winds to the seagoing merchants of the era.

Dating back to the sixteenth century, the Ricco design is heavily influenced by the frescoes of Renaissance artist Pietro Perugino.  He was the mentor of Raphael, and their work inspired the patterns of Deruta ceramics that date back to the sixteenth century. This ceramic pottery cup was handcrafted and painted by the artists in the classical Italian pottery fashion in traditional Renaissance colors.

Dating back to the sixteenth century, the Ricco design is heavily influenced by the frescoes of Renaissance artist Pietro Perugino. He was the mentor of Raphael, and their work inspired the patterns of Deruta ceramics that date back to the sixteenth century. This ceramic pottery cup was handcrafted and painted by the artists in the classical Italian pottery fashion in traditional Renaissance colors.

ANTIPASTERIA (SMALL) (1 PIECE): DERUTA: 10" (25cm) Diameter    Together with Raffaellesco, this 16th century design is the most classic example of Majolica from Deruta. The pattern is made up of scrolled floral elements from the borders of Renaissance plates divided into sections. The design comes from frescoes by Perugino at the Collegio del Cambio in Perugia. This pattern is important because we see the first use of yellow, orange, and blue.    This Piece is hand painted in Deruta.

ANTIPASTERIA (SMALL) (1 PIECE): DERUTA: 10" (25cm) Diameter Together with Raffaellesco, this 16th century design is the most classic example of Majolica from Deruta. The pattern is made up of scrolled floral elements from the borders of Renaissance plates divided into sections. The design comes from frescoes by Perugino at the Collegio del Cambio in Perugia. This pattern is important because we see the first use of yellow, orange, and blue. This Piece is hand painted in Deruta.

Nicola Francioli, who often signed his work “Co’ ”, was a star of the Deruta pottery scene. He was influenced by Raphael and Perugino and copied their work in his ceramics. 1520. lostpastremembered: February 2014

Nicola Francioli, who often signed his work “Co’ ”, was a star of the Deruta pottery scene. He was influenced by Raphael and Perugino and copied their work in his ceramics. 1520. lostpastremembered: February 2014

Dish ~ Deruta, Italy ~ 1530-50 ~ This type of large dish called piatti da pompa were produced in Deruta for most of the 16th century. They often show the same idealised portraits of women, inspired by the paintings of Perugino and Pinturicchio. Commonly have scrolls with moral inscriptions and proverbs, in Latin or Italian.The motto on this dish MISERIA CARET INVIDIA (only misery is not envied).

Dish ~ Deruta, Italy ~ 1530-50 ~ This type of large dish called piatti da pompa were produced in Deruta for most of the 16th century. They often show the same idealised portraits of women, inspired by the paintings of Perugino and Pinturicchio. Commonly have scrolls with moral inscriptions and proverbs, in Latin or Italian.The motto on this dish MISERIA CARET INVIDIA (only misery is not envied).

Umbria, Deruta ~ ca.1500-ca.1530 ~ patto da pompa ~ Possibly made by a member of the Masci family of Deruta ~ tin-glazed earthenware ~ Renaissance ~ Large decorative dishes, known as piatti da pompa, were a speciality of sixteenth-century Deruta potters ~ The girl on this dish closely resembles the Eritrean Sibyl in Perugino's fresco of God the Father announcing the Salvation in the Collegio del Cambio, Perugia, the nearest large city to Deruta ~ Fitzwilliam Museum Collections

Umbria, Deruta ~ ca.1500-ca.1530 ~ patto da pompa ~ Possibly made by a member of the Masci family of Deruta ~ tin-glazed earthenware ~ Renaissance ~ Large decorative dishes, known as piatti da pompa, were a speciality of sixteenth-century Deruta potters ~ The girl on this dish closely resembles the Eritrean Sibyl in Perugino's fresco of God the Father announcing the Salvation in the Collegio del Cambio, Perugia, the nearest large city to Deruta ~ Fitzwilliam Museum Collections

RECTANGULAR SERVING BOWL: DERUTA: 10" (25cm) Long x 7" (18cm) Wide.    This 16th century pattern is made up of scrolled floral elements from the borders of Renaissance plates divided into sections. The design comes from frescoes by Perugino at the Collegio del Cambio in Perugia. This pattern is important because we see the first use of yellow, orange, and blue. Previously only green and brown were used.    This Piece is hand painted in #Deruta.  #Gubbio #Tuscany #Italy #Ceramics

RECTANGULAR SERVING BOWL: DERUTA: 10" (25cm) Long x 7" (18cm) Wide. This 16th century pattern is made up of scrolled floral elements from the borders of Renaissance plates divided into sections. The design comes from frescoes by Perugino at the Collegio del Cambio in Perugia. This pattern is important because we see the first use of yellow, orange, and blue. Previously only green and brown were used. This Piece is hand painted in #Deruta. #Gubbio #Tuscany #Italy #Ceramics

OVAL SERVING PLATTER WITH SCALLOPED EDGE: DERUTA: 13" (33cm) Long.    This 16th century pattern is made up of scrolled floral elements from the borders of Renaissance plates divided into sections. The design comes from frescoes by Perugino at the Collegio del Cambio in Perugia. This pattern is important because we see the first use of yellow, orange, and blue. Previously only green and brown were used.    This Piece is hand painted in Deruta.  #Deruta #Gubbio #Tuscany #Italy #Ceramics

OVAL SERVING PLATTER WITH SCALLOPED EDGE: DERUTA: 13" (33cm) Long. This 16th century pattern is made up of scrolled floral elements from the borders of Renaissance plates divided into sections. The design comes from frescoes by Perugino at the Collegio del Cambio in Perugia. This pattern is important because we see the first use of yellow, orange, and blue. Previously only green and brown were used. This Piece is hand painted in Deruta. #Deruta #Gubbio #Tuscany #Italy #Ceramics

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