Glass painting and staining -- United States -- 20th century
Subject Source: Library of Congress Subject Headings
Found in 4 Collections and/or Records:
Scope and Contents The Jeffrey Rush Higgins Collection on Frederick Wilson, 1885-1990 is arranged into three series: Series I. Personal Papers, 1885-1990; Series II. Scrapbooks, circa 1892-1932; and Series III. Artwork, 1887-1930.Series I. Personal Papers, 1885-1990This series contains correspondence, photographs, ephemera and biographical information. The correspondence includes letters by Frederick Wilson written to his family as well as commission letters, a note...
Scope and Contents This mixed-media collection documents Kehlmann’s career as an artist, art critic and author. It includes his research, numerous interviews and correspondence with glass artists, his lectures, art criticism and articles. The bulk of his research materials are on Stanislav Libenský and Jaroslava Brychtová. The collection also includes photographs, video and audio cassettes, slides and transparencies of Kehlmann and his artwork, and of other artists and their work, many with digital duplicates;...
Scope and Contents The Paul Marioni Collection primarily contains materials documenting his more than 30-year career as a glass artist, including information on commissions, exhibitions, grants and scholarships, awards and certificates, workshops presented and attended, conference agendas, clippings and articles and correspondence, both business-related and personal. The collection also includes one box of family letters and photographs dating from Marioni’s early childhood in the 1940s through the 1980s....
Scope and Contents The Robert Sowers Papers is comprised of materials dated from 1938 to 1991 that Sowers created, received or collected during his lifetime. These materials are primarily professional, documenting Sowers’ interests and works as a stained glass artist and scholar. Included are the manuscripts for four published books; articles written for various publications; lectures and notes; correspondence with artistic colleagues; research files on a variety of topics; and ephemera...