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Glass, its origin, history, chronology, technic and classification to the sixteenth century
Gustavus A. Eisen
|Statement||by Gustav A. Eisen, PH. D., assisted by Fahim Kouchakji ...|
|LC Classifications||NK5106 .E5|
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WorldCat Home About WorldCat Help. Search. Search for Library Items Search for Lists Search for Contacts Search for a Library. Create. Title: "GLASS. (in two books, limited edition set.). Glass, Its Origin, History, Chronology, Technic and Classification to the Sixteenth Century.
What can one say about Gustavus Eisen?. And, as we present here, he authored one of the cornerstone studies of ancient Rating: % positive. Said to have been acquired in Chronology (Froehnerp.no. ) Beforepurchased history Julien Gréau; purchased as part of the Gréau glass collection by John Pierpont Morgan; untilcollection of J.
Pierpont Morgan;inherited by J. Pierpont. The various real chalices and cups that have been proposed as the authentic Holy History are discussed in Eisen, G. A., Glass: Its Origin, History, Chronology, Technic and Classification to the Sixteenth Century (New York: William Edwin Rudge, ).
On page of that book is described one contender, a glass vessel with foliate decoration that Author: Helen A. Weinberg.
A COLLECTION OF BOOKS ON ANCIENT GLASS E. Stern, Roman, Byzantine and Early Medieval Glass 10 B.C.E Glass. Its Origin, History, Chronology, Technic and Classification to the Sixteenth Century, vols.
I-II, New York. They proposed in their well-known book ‘Glass, its origin, history, chronology, technic and classification to the sixteenth century’ the hot-forming of cameo glass as a possible alternative to the cutting theory. Hans Jucker mentions two cameo fragments which were in his opinion not cut [Antike Kunst 8 () ].
Growing out of 5-day master glass, this book begins by exploring creative influences and the development of a design and continues through the execution, with an in-depth exploration of the uses of color and texture in glass mosaic art.
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Glass History and Art from the Beginning Until Today. Belgium: Eugène Wahle: Added by: Frank A 02 Feb UTC: Pop. % GUSTAVUS A. EISEN & FAHIM KOUCHAKJI (ASSISTING). Glass: Its Origin, History, Chronology, Technic and Classification to the Sixteenth Century (2 volumes).
USA: William Edwin Rudge Duncan Glass, its origin, history, chronology, technic and classification to the sixteenth century, by Gustav A.
Eisen, PH. D., assisted by Fahim Kouchakji. A history of old English glass. London, XXVII, pp. 60 plts. Hardcover, no d./j. - Spine & corners (sl.) worn; spine-ends repaired. Order number (). EUR (Order here or send us your inquiry: ) Buckley,Wilfred, a.o.
European Glass. A brief outline of the History of Glass Making, with Notes of Various Methods of Glass. ARISTOTLE- BC TIMELINE: The history of the classification of living things Aristotle was one of the first people to think about classification.
He discovered that characteristics are inherited and that things can be classified by appearance. Book: de animalibus. Carolus. The book is an encyclopedia of glass in that it gives a broad overview and brief synopsis of the 20th century artists.
I'm going to enjoy looking through it time and again as I learn more about the fascinating world of glass art glass/5(15). The term "Murano Glass" defines glass produced on the island of Murano, near Venice, are many different manufacturers, both past and present, based on Murano.
The history of Murano Glass began inwhen concerns about the risk of fire to the mainly wooden buildings of Venice lead to the many glass manufacturers there being ordered to move their premises to the small island of.
Read this book on Questia. In the following pages the attempt is made to give a reasonably full account of the achievements of the sixteenth and seventeenth centuries in the whole field of "natural" knowledge.
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These were extracted from insects, animal bones, plant life, berries and minerals. Gold and silver leaf were created by hammering gold or silver until it was very thin.a residential exodus of primarily white, middle-and-upper class residents from multiethnic urban areas to ethnically homogenous suburban and exurban areas during the second half of the 20th century in the US; associated with the growth of suburban and exurban areas, the persistence of de facto racial segregation, residential discriminatory practices, and socioeconomic practices that shifted.34 See A.
Tinto, " The history of a sixteenth-century Greek type ", The Library, 5th ser., 25, no. 4 (), pp.states that the Giunti used the modified Greek 1 types from until