AMERICAN ART GLASS QUARTERLY, full year, 1983

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AMERICAN ART GLASS QUARTERLY, full year, 1983
American Art Glass Quarterly , Dion-Magrit Coschigano, Editor-In-Chief. Hidden House Publications.
These are among the classiest Art Glass-Stained glass magazines ever produced. The articles are well written, illuminating, and the color photographs are stunning. They provide a look at the profession of art glass and stained glass as it was more than 20 years ago.
These magazines are in very good condition. Every magazine is intact. They show minor shelf wear on the covers, but t are no tears, dog-ears, blemishes or other deformities other than those noted below.
The magazines are made of high quality glossy paper.
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Features:
Spring/Summer, 1983
A Luminous Look into Steuben Glass.
Eli McFly's. Glass Encounters of the Third Kind.
Chicago Art Glass. Glassmaking in the Tiffany Tradition.
Bunnell Studio. The Screen Wall Project.
Glass: A Collectors Choice. An Exhibition of Glass Art.
Our Glass Company: Past and Future Merge in Painted Glass.
Note: This issue has 6 pages that are loose from the binding, and one of the pages has a 1/4 inch by 2 inch tear at the bottom.
Fall, 1983
A Layman's Look at Glass.
Steuben Glass. A photographic essay of three artists.
Kathy Bradford
Narcissus Quagliata
Dominick Labino
Sculptured Glass. The Tucson Museum of Art 1983 Glass Art Exhibition.
Winter, 1983
Donald Pollard: Master Designer at Steuben Glass.
Glorious Moments.
Orient & Flume.
Summervail Symposium: Glass Consciousness 1982. (Bernstein, Chihuly, Stantom, Forbes, Marquis, Powell).
Konstantinos S. Vournas.
Hendrix and Landers.
(Note: This issue has cover wear. The front cover has 3 wrinkles at the binding, and two wrinkles at the bottom).
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