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Chemical Analyses of Early Glasses, Volume 3

Item #: R5284

By Robert H. Brill and Colleen P. Stapleton

Volume 3 of "Chemical Analyses of Early Glasses" was to have been published soon after the first two volumes appeared in 1999. But the project was often set aside, until now. This book is an interpretation of the material in the first two books, as well as of information collected since then. Most of the information is in the form of site reports, but the book also includes four essays, providing a bounty of information for students of ancient glass and how it was made.

727 Pages; Hardcover

Published in 2012 by The Corning Museum of Glass


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Glass Beads: Selections From The Corning Museum of Glass

Item #: R5704

By Adrienne V. Gennett
With contributions by Tina Oldknow

This colorful book provides a brief overview of the bead collection at The Corning Museum of Glass, from the second millennium B.C. to the present. Fifty of the finest beads or beaded objects at the museum are present in this volume. All of these pieces were included in the exhibition "Life on a String: 35 Centuries of the Glass Bead" (May 18, 2013-January 5, 2014). While it is not intended to be an exhaustive survey on beads, this book is an assessment that may inspire the reader to seek more information in the specialistic literature on beads.

87 Pages; Softcover

Published in 2013 by The Corning Museum of Glass


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Journal of Glass Studies, Vol. 55, 2013

Item #: 908707

Published in 2013 by The Corning Museum of Glass

This volume features an examination of a stunning, 3,300-year-old blue glass likeness of the Egyptian King Akhenaten; a study of 13th century crusader glass; and a look at John Talman's "Drawings From Painted Glass in Norfolk." In addition, Karol Wight and William Gudenrath remember David Whitehouse.

Published since 1959, the generously illustrated Journal of Glass Studies is the only academic publication devoted entirely to the scholarship of the art, history, and early technology of glass.

290 Pages; Softcover


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New Glass Review 34, 2013

Item #: 2202441

Published in 2013 by The Corning Museum of Glass

For more than three decades, The Corning Museum of Glass has published the annual New Glass Review as a survey of jury-selected works in glass submitted by artists from around the world. This volume features 100 important contemporary sculptures, vessels, and other works in glass by emerging and established artists from October 1, 2011, to October 1, 2012. Works from outside the selection process that impressed jurors are shown, too. Also included are jurors's statements and recent acquisitions of contemporary glass objects.

128 Pages; Softcover


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The Corning Museum of Glass: Notable Acquisitions 2012

Item #: R5712

Sandra E. Knudsen, Editor

"Notable Acquisitions 2012" presents the most remarkable additions to the glass and library collections of The Corning Museum of Glass during the preceding 12 months. This edition contains 50 items acquired by the museum during 2012, and it acknowledges the many donors who enriched the collections for present and future generations. The book is beautifully illustrated, and valuable details about each piece are included.

79 Pages; Softcover

Published in 2013 by The Corning Museum of Glass


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