4 edition of Glass paperweights in the Art Institute of Chicago found in the catalog.
Glass paperweights in the Art Institute of Chicago
Geraldine J. Casper
|Other titles||Glass paperweights.|
|Statement||Geraldine J. Casper.|
|Contributions||Art Institute of Chicago.|
|LC Classifications||NK5440.P3 C38 1991|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||119 p. :|
|Number of Pages||119|
|ISBN 10||0810933632, 0865590915|
|LC Control Number||90086374|
Paperweights' tiny worlds in glass capture a Beaverton woman's heart and home on permanent exhibit at The Art Institute of Chicago. She has a book about the collection, "Glass Paperweights in. Art Glass by Artist-Engineers • n & Joy Alyssa Day • Made on San Juan Island • Handcrafted in our island Hot Glass Studio off the coast of Washington State, our paperweights .
View examples of antique paperweights in person, if possible. Some antique shows may include dealers who can discuss paperweights, even letting you hold and examine them. Some art museums, such as the Art Institute of Chicago, have paperweight exhibits, as do specialty museums such as the Corning Museum of Glass in Corning, New York. The Art Institute of Chicago had a collection of antique paperweights from as far back as the s. Then Rubloff began donating some of his pieces, and by . The Glass Paperweight Foundation is an independent, non-profit organization. Founded as the International Paperweight Society Foundation, the Glass Paperweight Foundation has been active since in helping create awareness of glass paperweights as an art form with artists, collectors, and the general public.
This book documents the best of the Rubloff Collection in the Art Institute of Chicago. The emphasis is on French antiques although there are some English, American, and also contemporary paperweights included. A beautiful book with great pictures and ample text describing each weight. A magnifying glass is often used to enhance appreciation of the fine detail of the work within. Inevitably, paperweights became popular objects for collectors. Among the finest collections in the world is that assembled by Arthur Rubloff (–) and housed in the Art Institute of Chicago. Art frozen in glass: Exquisite paperweights. chief curator for European decorative arts at the Art Institute of Chicago - home to one of the world's great collections of paperweights - says.
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SyntaxTextGen not activated I pdf the gorgeous Rubloff Glass Paperweight Collection at the Art Institute Chicago in and bought this book by Casper (ed. Junker) at the gift shop the same day. In the years since I first saw those mostly French paperweights I have become an art-glass freak.4/5(1).Glass Paperweight Magnet Set download pdf The Museum Shop of The Art Institute of Chicago Inspired by the museum's paperweight collection, our set of 4 magnets are perfect to hold a grocery list, save a date, or simply add visual interest to your office decor.
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