4 edition of Biographical index of historic American stained glass makers found in the catalog.
Biographical index of historic American stained glass makers
Robert O. Jones
|Statement||compiled by Robert O. Jones.|
|Contributions||Stained Glass Association of America., SGAA Stained Glass School.|
|LC Classifications||NK5312 .J66 2002|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||139 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||139|
|LC Control Number||2003535319|
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The Biographical Index of Historic American Stained Glass Makers Compiled by Robert O. Jones, this resource lists stained glass artists in the United States from the Colonial Period through its publication in ISBN: OCLC Number: Notes: "The entries date from the colonial period until 50 years ago."--Back cover.
Description. Heinz is an architect and has written 20 books on Wright, this being his 3rd book on the stained glass windows. Jones, Robert. Biographical Index of Historic American Stained Glass Makers. Kansas City: Stained Glass Association of America and Stained Glass School, Learn about the history of Stained Glass, attend seminars, classes, events & more.
Resources. Annual Conference. About Us. The Stained Glass Association of America is a professional trade association whose membership consists of the finest architectural stained and decorative art glass artists and studios in the United States and around the world.
Irving Amen (–}, stained glass; Gary Beecham (b. ) Howard Ben Tré (b. ) Martin Blank (b. ) Jean-Pierre Canlis (b. ) Frederick Carder (–, born in Staffordshire, England) Ed Carpenter (b. ) Dale Chihuly (b. ) Dan Dailey (b. ) Fritz Dreisbach (b. ) Robert C. Fritz (–) Roger Gandelman.
Jones, Robert. Biographical Index of Historic American Stained Glass Makers. Raytown, MO: Stained Glass Association of America, The entries cover artists from the colonial era to the midth century.
McKearin, Helen and George. Two Hundred Years of American Blown Glass. Garden City: Doubleday & Co., Stained glass possess an aura of mystery and romance. It is the interplay between light and color that sparks the imagination. It is one of the most unchanged crafts, still taking, as it did centuries ago, time and patience, and an appreciation for color and line design.
The Risen Christ from St Catherine's Church, Kingsdown, Kent. Hardman & Co., otherwise John Hardman Trading Co., Ltd., foundedbegan manufacturing stained glass in and became one of the world's leading manufacturers of stained glass and. American Stained Glass,Stained glass supplies-tools and classes- grinders- ring saws-books and more.
We stock over 12 manufacturers of stained and specialty glass as well as a wide variety of stained glass supplies Stained glass & lamp; fusing supplies at Stained Glass For Less. Stained glass supplies, glass kilns, tool kits,staight line bevels,bevel clusters, stained glass classes, stained.
Joslin Hall Rare Books Folk Artists Biographical Index. An invaluable biographical index of some 9, Biographical index of historic american stained Biographical Index of Historic American Stained Glass Makers.
the person or studio must have been actively involved in the United States or Canada 50 or more. Jones, Robert O Biographical Index of Historic American Stained Glass Makers, Raytown, Missouri, General introduction.
Adam, Stephen Decorative Stained Glass, London, Brisac, Catherine A Thousand Years of Stained Glass, London, Brown, Sarah Stained Glass: An Illustrated History, London, Liddall Armitage, E. Stained Glass.
All stained glass has at least three things in common. The first is the need for a donor or benefactor who pays for the glass; the second is the building/architect with its architecture that may or may not influence the style of the stained glass; and the third is the designer/maker of the stained glass.
An example in point would be the several buildings that constitute the Law Quad at the. Click the picture below to link to Nancy Rees Duffs Fused Glass Studio and inventory. Antique American Stained Glass Windows I I wifp;aiuhgf’qWWee sh!We ship internationally.
History of Stained Glass: Follow the history of stained glass from the accidental discovery of glass during ancient times to stained glass post World War II. Stained Glass in Gothic Cathedrals (PDF): Stained windows in 12 th century France were used to tell Biblical stories as well as provide beauty to cathedrals.
This depiction appears to draw inspiration from Raphael's painting St. Michael and the Devil. Detroit Stained Glass Works, ca. Sweetest Heart of Mary Church, Detroit. MSGC Photo by Barbara Krueger.
Right: Michael and the dragon accompanied by a window depicting St. Margaret of Antioch, also with a dragon. Margaret's legend. Mary Hamilton Frye was born in Salem, Massachusetts on Ap Her parents were Nathan Frye and Alice H.
Chase. Her family later moved to Cambridge around and lived at 10 Acacia Street in Cambridge. Frye was educated at the School of the Museum of Fine Arts, initially became a children's book illustrator, illustrating many works including the Wonderful Adventures of. Painter, stained glass designer.
Among his many commissions, decoration of the Trinity Church in Boston placed La Farge at the forefront of the American Arts and Crafts movement. He early admired the formality and patterning of Japanese art, and he recored his impressions of his travels in Asia in An Artist’s Letters from Japan ().
Clara Driscoll (Decem – November 6, ) of Tallmadge, Ohio, was head of the Tiffany Studios Women's Glass Cutting Department (the "Tiffany Girls"), in New York patterns created from the original designs, these women selected and cut the glass to be used in the famous lamps.
Driscoll designed more than thirty Tiffany lamps produced by Tiffany Studios, among them the. Important light olive green, unique 'scroll shaped" pitkin, patterned in a 28 rib broken swirl, covered in seed bubbles, probably Hilltown Glass works Bucks County Pennsylvania -possibly 18th century New England glass house, (Mellon inkwells attributed to Connecticut are known to have been patterned with 28 vertical ribs and a 28 broken swirl pattern).
Tucked away in a rambling, two-story, shingle-and-stone structure in Highland Park lies the year-old Judson Studios, purported to be the oldest family-owned and family-run stained-glass.
Elizabeth Carson Pastan, Ph.D. (), Brown University, is Professor of Art History at Emory University in Atlanta, and President of the American Committee of the Corpus publications concern all aspects of Medieval Art and Architecture, and especially stained glass. Books Advanced Search New Releases Best Sellers & More Children's Books Textbooks Textbook Rentals Sell Us Your Books Best Books of the Month of results for Books: "history of stained glass".Robert Sowers ( – March ) was an American painter, photographer, stained glass artist, and seminal figure in the re-emergence of stained glass as an architectural art in the United States.
His architectural glass commissions cover some 20 years from St George's Episcopal Church, Durham, New Hampshire () to Stephen Wise Free Synagogue, New York () and the blue cross window for.