A gorgeously produced record of a remarkable collection
Rosalie Wise Sharp has been collecting earthenware and pottery for over half a century, and in that time has amassed one of the most comprehensive collections in the world. With this second lavishly produced catalogue, Sharp shares her collection, illustrated with over 1,000 full-colour photos and accompanied by provenance, fascinating historical connections, and personal anecdotes.
With China to Light Up a House, Volume 2, Rosalie Wise Sharp throws open the doors of her home to share her passion for porcelain and her singular, museum-worthy collection.
Rosalie Wise Sharp was born and raised in North Toronto, where she currently lives. She is the editor of Growing Up Jewish and the author of Ceramics, Ethics and Scandal, China to Light Up a House, Volume 1, and Rifke: An Improbable Life.
Published: September 2016
Dimensions: 9.25 x 11.75 in.