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American Art Glass
John A. Shuman
|Statement||John A. Shuman.|
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|Number of Pages||336|
About the Art Glass. Quezal’s wares are known for the use of bold iridescent colors, particularly blue, gold, purple, white and green. These can be compared to Tiffany's Favrile or Steuben's Aurene glass. And, in fact, Martin Bach, Sr. used the formulas he had learned while working with Tiffany to manufacture this glass, according to Shuman. Written in , Hannah Glasse's (–) The Art of Cookery made Plain and Easy represents one of the most important references for culinary practice in England and the American colonies during the latter half of the 18th century and the beginning of the was the dominant reference for home cooks in much of the English-speaking world during its original publication run, and it is.
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After being in print for 18 years, The Collector's Encyclopedia of American Art Glass by John A. Shuman III has been revised in an all-new second edition. With 15 new chapters, updated values, exciting new advertisements in both color and black and white, and over new images of rare and valuable art glass, this edition is sure to be better /5(22).
The rest of the book is then divided into 3 main headings; American art glass, European art glass and Contemporary international studio artists. With only pages to cover over years of glass history in this book there is a lot to cover, so do not be surprised that the content is concise and only skims the surface of each maker/5(15).
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Quezal art glass ranks with the very best of turn of the 20th century American art glass produced by Quezal contemporaries such as Louis Comfort Tiffany's "Favrile" and Frederick Carder's "Aurene" at the Steuben works.
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In the s, The American Studio Glass movement transformed glass from craft into fine art. Harvey Littleton and others created small-scale furnaces that gave artists the new ability to work hot glass individually in their studios.
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Along with his daughter and business partner, Helen M. Armstrong, their glass art was considered among America's finest during the Gilded Age and early 20th century. Extensively illustrated, and researched from private family papers, the book provides a new look at the people, collaborate efforts, and artistic master-works of the American.
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