Rene Lalique: Enchanted by Glass
By Kelley Jo Elliott
With foreword by Karol Wight and contributions by Elizabeth Everton and Tina Oldknow
René Lalique began experimenting with glass in the 1890s and was so captivated by the material that he spent the rest of his career working with it exclusively. The glass objects that he designed, such as vases, ashtrays, tableware, and other household accessories, are now considered iconic representations of the art nouveau and art deco movements.
- 384 pages; hardcover
- Published in 2014 by The Corning Museum of Glass and the Yale University Press