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The Corning Museum of Glass: A Decade of Glass Collecting, 1990-1999
The Corning Museum of Glass in Corning, New York, houses the world's premier glass collection, a dazzling array of more than 35,000 objects representing 3,500 years of glass craftsmanship and design. This lavish volume, a visual record of the most significant acquisitions made by the museum in the 1990s, presents a panorama of beautiful glassmaking from...
The Corning Museum of Glass in Corning, New York, houses the world's premier glass collection, a dazzling array of more than 35,000 objects representing 3,500 years of glass craftsmanship and design. This lavish volume, a visual record of the most significant acquisitions made by the museum in the 1990s, presents a panorama of beautiful glassmaking from all over the world. A rare third-century portrait medallion, glass figurines made in the early 17th century, a selection of the most celebrated English cameo glass of the 19th century, and fabulous works by leading contemporary glass artists are among the prized objects on display. Written by David Whitehouse, an expert in the field, and showcasing works suited to every taste, this is a book for collectors, dealers, students, scholars, and anyone who has ever admired hand-blown glass, fine lead crystal, and etched, enameled, gilded, or stained glass works. DAVID WHITEHOUSE is executive director of The Corning Museum of Glass. The author of a number of books on glass and on archaeology, he has also contributed to many scholarly and popular publications. He lives in Corning, New York 225 illustrations in full color, 9 x 12"
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