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Behind The Scenes Of Tiffany Glassmaking

Author : Leslie H. Nash
ISBN : 0312282656
Genre : Design
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Everyone knows the beauty and value of Tiffany glass lamps, vases and windows. But few know that the masterful pieces fron the Tiffany Studios would not have been possible without Arthur Nash, developer of the now-priceless Favrile glass, and his son Leslie, director of the Studio's division of glassmaking, pottery and enamel. Leslie's memoirs, along with notes and references, tell the unfiltered and refreshing story of the Studio's heyday, and substantially expand our knowledge, and his photos comprise the largest collection of here-to-fore unseen images of the studio's earliest pieces. This historical find is an event in the decorative arts world and will appeal to both collectors and museums and those who use e-bay and watch "Antiques Road Show."
Category: Design

Objects Audiences And Literatures

Author : David Raizman
ISBN : 9781443809467
Genre : Design
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In Objects, Audiences, and Literatures: Alternative Narratives in the History of Design, five art historians tap a variety of unexpected literary sources to reveal the dynamic relationship between intention and reception in architecture, interior design, costume, and the decorative arts. The essays consider both handcrafted and serially produced objects from the eighteenth to the mid-twentieth centuries, including a japanned high chest from colonial Boston, German and Austrian Artistic Dress, Tiffany lamps, the architecture of the 1925 Exposition Internationale des Arts Décoratifs et Industriels in Paris, and the “dream homes” portrayed in two popular postwar American films. The five chapters demonstrate that a complex and even contradictory mixture of stakeholders determines the meanings of designed objects. Each author examines popular forms of literature in order to reveal the preconceptions that viewers brought with them to the experience of looking at and using objects. The authors’ attentiveness to viewers’ class and gender provides a methodological model for approaching the study of reception within the field of design history. "Objects, Audiences, and Literatures introduces a new generation of historians of design and decorative arts with five superb case studies. Looking beyond the laconic historical data that has formed the backbone of scholarship in this field these authors plumb popular culture—films, advertisements, and especially novels—to understand contemporaneous meanings of objects. Using these polyglot sources with an eye particularly on narrative and gender they suss out heretofore unnoticed dissonances between the prescriptive pronouncements of avant-garde “insiders” and the reception that design innovation found in broader publics. These wide-ranging essays are marked by imagination, exuberance, and acuity; I look forward to using it in my teaching." —Margaretta M. Lovell, University of California, Berkeley "This is a welcome addition to the literature that addresses the growing scholarly and popular interest in design and design history. Drawing on an impressive array of examples, the authors explore how class, gender, and cultural context shaped the reception of architecture, interior design, costume, and the decorative arts at various moments in the modern era. The collection is noteworthy for the way each of the contributors draws upon literary sources for insights into design and material culture that transcend the specific examples under review. Models of methodological rigor, these essays should appeal to scholars in multiple disciplines." —Dennis P. Doordan, University of Notre Dame
Category: Design

The Grove Encyclopedia Of Decorative Arts

Author : Gordon Campbell
ISBN : 9780195189483
Genre : Architecture
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Contains information drawn from Grove Art Online and new material written by G. Campbell. Cf. Preface.
Category: Architecture

A New Light On Tiffany

Author : Martin P. Eidelberg
ISBN : 1904832350
Genre : Antiques & Collectibles
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This new volume illustrates over 50 Tiffany lamps, windows, mosaics, ceramics, and enamels, supplemented by archival photographs and documents. The opening chapter focuses on the objects designed by Clara Driscoll - from the early and experimental. Deep Sea lamp to the popular Wisteria model - and illuminates steps in the design and manufacturing process previously unknown to scholars. The second chapter examines Clara's role as manager of the Women's Class Cutting Department, discusses the role of women within the larger context of the firm, and describes the tension between the men's and women's departments. The final chapter explores Clara's experience as a single working woman in New York City during the 1890s and early 1900s. The volume also features brief biographies of the 63 women designers, selectors, and glass cutters associated with Tiffany Studios.
Category: Antiques & Collectibles

Museum

Author : Danny Danziger
ISBN : 9781101202616
Genre : Art
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An ?intriguing? oral portrait of the people behind the Metropolitan Museum of Art (Entertainment Weekly) Using more than fifty interviews, award-winning writer Danny Danziger creates a fascinating mosaic of the people behind New York?s magnificent Metropolitan Museum of Art. From the aristocratic, acerbic director of the museum, Philippe de Montebello, to the curators who have a deep knowledge and passionate appreciation of their collections, from the security guards to the philanthropists who keep the museum?s financial life blood flowing, Danziger brings to life this extraordinary world through the words of those who are devoted to making the Met the American institution it surely is.
Category: Art

Reflections On Glass

Author : Virginia Chieffo Raguin
ISBN : UOM:39015057574561
Genre : Antiques & Collectibles
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Richly illustrated with examples of windows produced in opalescent, Art Noveau, Art Deco, abstract, and traditional figural styles.
Category: Antiques & Collectibles

Journal Of Glass Studies

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ISBN : STANFORD:36105133535828
Genre : Glass manufacture
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Category: Glass manufacture

The Lamps Of Louis Comfort Tiffany

Author : Louis Comfort Tiffany
ISBN : UOM:39015063670312
Genre : Antiques & Collectibles
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A richly illustrated overview of the extraordinary lamps created by Louis Comfort Tiffany details the artistic quality, craftsmanship, and magnificent detail of these masterpieces of decorative art, accompanied by essays on the history of the lamps, their stylistic themes, and the design, development, and manufacture of each work, from freehand sketch to finished form.
Category: Antiques & Collectibles

Carnegie

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ISBN : STANFORD:36105123432416
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Labor And Creativity In New York S Global Fashion Industry

Author : Christina H. Moon
ISBN : 9781000025231
Genre : Design
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This book tells the story of fashion workers engaged in the labor of design and the material making of New York fashion. Christina H. Moon offers an illuminating ethnography into the various sites and practices that make up fashion labor in sample rooms, design studios, runways, factories, and design schools of the New York fashion world. By exploring the work practices, social worlds, and aspirations of fashion workers, this book offers a unique look into the meaning of labor and creativity in 21st century global fashion. This book will be of interest to scholars in design studies, fashion history, and fashion labor.
Category: Design

Louis Comfort Tiffany

Author : Marilynn Johnson
ISBN : UOM:39015063326782
Genre : Art
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Published to accompany the travelling exhibition opening at the Seattle Art Museum in October 2005.
Category: Art

Stained Glass

Author : Virginia Chieffo Raguin
ISBN : UOM:39015058096036
Genre : Design
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Raguin and Pongracz offer a detailed and lavish review of the styles, designs, practitioners, tools, and techniques of stained glass and give the complete history of this exquisite medium.
Category: Design

Sacred Seasonings

Author : Sherri Purdom
ISBN : 9781591606017
Genre : Religion
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Category: Religion

Art Index

Author : Alice Maria Dougan
ISBN : UOM:39015078825885
Genre : Art
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Category: Art

Stained Glass

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ISBN : STANFORD:36105133525258
Genre : Glass painting and staining
File Size : 79.29 MB
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Category: Glass painting and staining

Tv Guide

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ISBN : IND:30000008555900
Genre : Television programs
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Category: Television programs

Glass

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ISBN : UIUC:30112008758606
Genre : Glass manufacture
File Size : 49.95 MB
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Category: Glass manufacture