Journal of Glass Studies, Vol. 48, 2006
Published in 2006 by The Corning Museum of Glass
In this volume, William Gudenrath, resident adviser at The Studio of The Corning Museum of Glass, offers an extended discussion of the ways in which enameled glass vessels were decorated from 1425 B.C.E. to 1800. James W. Lankton and Laure Dussubieux analyze and interpret early glass from South and Southeast Asia. And Hedvika Sedlackova looks at medieval glass finds in Moravia. Also included is a listing, with pictures, of recent important acquisitions.
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.
- 374 pages; softcover.
- Measures approx. 10.75 inches H. x 8 inches W.