Journal of Glass Studies, Vol. 53, 2011
Published in 2011 by The Corning Museum of Glass
In this volume, Birgit Schlick-Nolte, Rainer Werthmann, and Christian E. Loeben examine a glass statuette owned by Pharaoh Amenhotep II as well as other early Egyptian glass inscribed with royal names; this glass is fairly precisely dated to the 16th and 15th centuries B.C. Also, Aileen Dawson looks at French glass in the British Museum collection, and Chloe Chelz studies the work of Pietro Chiesa and the glass of Italy between the world wars.
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.
- 291 pages; softcover.
- Measures approx. 10.75 inches H. x 8 inches W.