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History of Glassforming (Hardback)

Keith Cummings

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ISBN 10: 0713652748 / ISBN 13: 9780713652741
Edité par Bloomsbury Publishing PLC, United Kingdom, 2002
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Language: English . Brand New Book. In this exciting and comprehensive book, Keith Cummings presents an appreciation of glass - its nature and the skills, techniques and machines that have been developed to exploit its unique qualities. Histories of glass usually revolve around glass artefacts and the sites where they were found. In this book, the author presents a technical history of this fascinating medium sketching how it has been developed from a rare and precious commodity to one that is in every day use to one which is once again being prized as a special and unique art form. Illustrated throughout with beautiful photographs and drawings, A History of Glassforming Techniques is a unique and important book for historians, connoisseurs and students of glass. N° de réf. du libraire AA79780713652741

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Titre : History of Glassforming (Hardback)

Éditeur : Bloomsbury Publishing PLC, United Kingdom

Date d'édition : 2002

Reliure : Hardback

Etat du livre :New

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In this exciting and comprehensive book, Keith Cummings presents an appreciation of glass - its nature and the skills, techniques and machines that have been developed to exploit its unique qualities. Histories of glass usually revolve around glass artefacts and the sites where they were found. In this book, the author presents a technical history of this fascinating medium sketching how it has been developed from a rare and precious commodity to one that is in every day use to one which is once again being prized as a special and unique art form. Illustrated throughout with beautiful photographs and drawings, A History of Glassforming Techniques is a unique and important book for historians, connoisseurs and students of glass.

About the Author:

Keith Cummings is an internationally well-known artist whose work appears in private and public collections around the world. He retired as head of the Glass Department at Wolverhampton University in 1994, but he has remained at the University as a reader in research studies. He is a frequent contributor to various journals and he has previously written the classic text The Techniques of Kiln-formed Glass also by A & C Black.

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