Glass

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STUDIO GLASS IN AMERICA: A 50-YEAR JOURNEY

Written by Hampson, Ferdinand
The American studio glass movement can be traced to 1962, when Harvey Littleton, a professor of ceramics at the University of Wisconsin, had a dream to alter molten glass into unique forms in a studio setting and teach his techniques.
October 12, 2012 | Hardcover | Schiffer Craft | 256 Pages |
$50.00
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LIGHTOPIA

An investigation into the development of light design within a broad cultural and historical context
January 31, 2014 | Boxed Set | Vitra Design Museum | 300 Pages |
$120.00
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GLAMOUR ICONS: PERFUME BOTTLE DESIGN

Written by Rosen, Marc
-Conceived and written by seven-time FiFi Award winner and internationally renowned packaging designer Marc Rosen -Recognizes and celebrates perfume bottle design as an art form or "small pieces of glass architecture" Glamour Icons is a collection of Marc Rosen's remarkable bottle designs, as well as a selection of perfume bottles from the last century that he considers iconic.
October 1, 2011 | Hardcover | Acc Art Books | 204 Pages |
$49.95
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ARTS & CRAFTS STAINED GLASS

Written by Cormack, Peter
An insightful corrective demonstrating the Arts and Crafts Movement's indelible impact on British and American stained glass Beautifully illustrated and based on more than three decades of research, Arts & Crafts Stained Glass is the first study of how the late-19th-century Arts and Crafts Movement transformed the aesthetics and production of stained glass in Britain and America
August 4, 2015 | Hardcover | Paul Mellon Centre | 354 Pages |
$75.00
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GLASS FROM FINLAND IN THE BISCHOFBERGER COLLECTION

A new volume from the project "Le Stanze del Vetro" dedicated to Finnish glass design. ?This richly illustrated volume features artworks from 1932 to 1973 in the Bruno Bischofberger Collection, bringing together 330 masterpieces in a celebration of the fascinating and timeless art of Finnish glass design.
October 6, 2015 | Hardcover | Skira | 416 Pages |
$75.00
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LOUIS C. TIFFANY GARDEN MUSEUM COLLECTION: GARDEN MUSEUM COLLECTION

Written by Duncan, Alistair
Alastair Duncan, the world-renowned authority on Louis C. Tiffany, has produced the definitive work on America's premier artist-designer, examining every facet of Tiffany's unrivalled achievements in a lifetime consecrated, in his own words, to 'The Quest of Beauty'.
November 1, 2004 | Hardcover | Acc Art Books | 500 Pages |
$95.00
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MURANO: ISLAND OF GLASS

Written by Dorigato, Attilia
Murano owes its worldwide fame to blown glass. The works created by the skilful hands of the island's master glassblowers have been exported East and West for centuries now, providing some of the most exquisite decorations for royal palaces and princely homes, and arousing the wonder and delight of travellers, poets and writers thoughout the ages.
May 16, 2013 | Hardcover_OOP | Arsenale |
$10.00
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IMPORTANT ITALIAN GLASS

There is an old Murano saying, "Good tools are nice, but good hands arebetter", highlighting the deeply artistic nature of Italian glassmaking. Thishistoric compilation of three outstanding private collections offered at auctioncovers a wide range of 20th-century Italian glass and features all the titans of
May 1, 2014 | Paperback | Wright Publishing Company |
$120.00
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LOUIS COMFORT TIFFANY AND LAURELTON HALL: AN ARTIST'S COUNTRY ESTATE

Written by Frelinghuysen, Alice Cooney
This beautiful book focuses on Laurelton Hall, Louis Comfort Tiffany's extraordinary country estate in Oyster Bay, Long Island, New York. Beginning in 1902, Tiffany (1848-1933) designed every aspect of the immense home, which had eighty-four rooms and eight levels, and extensive grounds into which the house was carefully integrated.
November 1, 2006 | Hardcover | Metropolitan Museum of Art New York | 262 Pages |
$29.95
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MURANO - A HISTORY OF GLASS PB

Written by Toso, Gianfranco
Discusses the origins of glass production, describing methods used by the Egyptians and the Romans. The earliest evidence of glass-making in Murano dates form the 7th to the 8th centuries AD and this beautifully illustrated book traces the fascinatign histroy of the manufacture of Murano the present day, expressing hopes for the future.
July 27, 2006 | Hardcover_OOP | Arsenale |
$9.95

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