The techniques of Renaissance Venetian glassworking [electronic resource] / by William Gudenrath.

Title: 
The techniques of Renaissance Venetian glassworking [electronic resource] / by William Gudenrath.

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Author/Artist: 
Gudenrath, William, author
Description: 
1 online resource
Other Authors: 
Corning Museum of Glass.
Format of Material: 
Books
Bib ID: 
149619
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Location: 
Digital Book
Call Number: 
No call number available
Notes: 
Interactive work that includes text, still images, and video with commentary. Some images include 360° views of the objects.
The Visual Guide to Objects and Techniques includes: dip/optic molding, wraps, filigrana, faux reticello, full-size mold blowing, gilding (hot applied), colored frit (twisted and manipulated), a penne (combed threading), special edge shapes, calcedony/aventurine glasses, Kutrolff stem, internal decorative elements, free-floating rings, ice glass, millefiore, lampworked, structural/decorative additions, morise (bit-work), prunts, enamelling and gilding (applied cold), and undecorated forms.
Contents: 
Foreword --
Introduction & how to use this online resource --
A visual guide to objects and techniques: identifying and creating masterpieces --
The path to Venice: developments in glassblowing before its arrival in Venice. The earliest inflated glass ; Later first century B.C. evidence ; The Medieval period --
An historical overview of glassblowing in Venice. Regional glassblowing emergence ; The Aldrevandin Group ; Period of pan-European dominance ; 18th-century decline ; Revival and continuing influence --
A look inside a Renaissance Venetian glasshouse --
The material: making glass in Renaissance Venice --
A comparison of earlier (1500-1700) and later (1850-1900) Venetian glass. A question of continuity ; Comparative table of differences between earlier and later Venetian glass vessels --
Appendices. Notes ; Figures ; Videos ; Credits.
Object/Material Note: 
Includes CMoG objects: 50.3.73 (fig. 1) -- 51.3.117 (fig. 1, 50, 69) -- 51.3.118 (fig. 1) -- 51.3.257a (fig. 1) -- 58.3.196 (fig. 1) -- 58.3.200 (fig. 1) -- 60.3.57 (fig. 1) -- 61.3.135 (fig. 1) -- 60.3.2 (fig. 1, 65) -- 63.3.4 (fig. 1) -- 64.3.6 (fig. 1) -- 68.3.64 (fig. 1) 70.3.331 (fig. 1) -- 74.3.157 (fig. 1) -- 76.3.33 (fig. 1) -- 79.3.185 (fig. 1, 50) -- 79.3.212 (fig. 1, 59, 63, 66, 68) -- 79.3.453 (fig. 1, 59, 63) -- 79.3.459 (fig. 1) -- 79.3.476 (fig. 1) -- 79.3.522 (fig. 1) -- 79.3.693 (fig. 1) -- 79.3.892 (fig. 1) -- 79.3.932 (fig. 1) -- 79.3.997 (fig. 1) -- 79.3.1109 (fig. 1) -- 79.3.1128 (fig. 1) -- 84.3.239 (fig. 1) -- 86.3.106 (fig. 1, 50) -- 2000.3.5 (fig. 1) -- 2000.3.13 (fig. 1, 47) -- 2000.3.14 (fig. 1) -- 2004.3.44 (fig. 1) -- 2009.3.85 (fig. 1, 59, 63) -- 2009.3.97 (fig. 1) -- 54.1.84 (fig. 7) -- 66.1.36 (fig. 8) -- 79.3.174 (fig. 32) -- 76.3.17 (fig. 33, 43) -- 66.3.38 (fig. 34) -- 79.3.487 (fig. 35) -- 79.3.193 (fig. 45) -- 50.3.8 (fig. 46) -- 2001.3.56 (fig. 48) -- 71.3.171 (fig. 49) -- 54.3.15 (fig. 50) -- 56.3.57 (fig. 50) -- 60.3.88 (fig. 50) -- 62.3.57 (fig. 50) -- 71.3.1 (fig. 50) -- 2009.3.88 (fig. 50) -- 54.3.246 (fig. 51) -- 59.3.24 (fig. 51) -- 79.3.273 (fig. 51) -- 62.3.118 (fig. 52) -- 51.3.119 (fig. 55a) -- 63.3.8 (fig. 55a) -- 74.3.163 (fig. 55a) -- 79.3.563 (fig. 55a) -- 2000.3.10 (fig. 55a, 59, 63) -- 73.3.440 (fig. 57, 67) -- 67.3.48 (fig. 58, 64) -- 2000.3.11 (fig. 59, 63) -- 2009.3.86 (fig. 59, 63) -- 93.3.61 (fig. 60) -- 66.3.64 (fig. 62) -- 79.3.170 (fig. 70) -- 54.3.244 (fig. 71) -- 79.3.191 (fig. 72) -- 66.3.13 (fig. 74) -- 79.3.339 (fig. 74) -- 79.3.339 (fig. 74) -- 79.3.850 (fig. 74) -- 96.3.13 (fig. 74) -- 50.3.3 -- 50.3.62 -- 50.3.68 -- 51.3.280 -- 53.3.38 -- 53.3.39 -- 53.3.40 -- 53.3.46 -- 53.3.47 -- 54.3.14 -- 55.3.12 -- 57.3.44 -- 57.3.47 -- 58.3.82 -- 58.3.194 -- 58.3.195 -- 58.3.201 -- 59.3.19 -- 59.3.23 -- 60.3.12 -- 60.3.13 -- 60.3.17 -- 60.3.18 -- 60.3.87 -- 61.3.1 -- 61.3.139 -- 63.3.12 -- 63.3.19 -- 63.3.46 -- 64.3.9 -- 64.3.20 -- 65.3.38 66.3.60 -- 66.3.62 -- 67.3.42 -- 67.3.53 -- 70.3.3 -- 75.3.28 -- 75.3.187 -- 76.3.34 -- 79.3.164 -- 79.3.192 -- 79.3.200 -- 79.3.223 -- 79.3.226 -- 79.3.363 -- 79.3.369 -- 79.3.458 -- 79.3.484 -- 79.3.488 -- 79.3.757 -- 79.3.807 -- 79.3.894 -- 79.3.957 -- 79.3.1108 -- 79.3.1111 -- 79.3.1127 -- 84.3.24 -- 99.3.34 -- 99.3.35 -- 99.3.36 -- 2000.3.4 -- 2000.3.7 -- 2000.3.65 -- 2002.3.36 -- 2004.3.17 -- 2005.3.28 -- 2005.3.119 -- 2007.3.125 -- 2009.3.87 -- 2009.3.89 -- 2009.3.94 -- 2009.3.95 -- 2009.3.96 -- 2010.3.1.
Includes CMGL materials: 93699, plate of men working at a furnace (fig. 37) -- 93693, plate of beehive furnace fig. 38) -- 24020, plate of beehive furnace (fig. 38) -- 66820, p. cccxc (fig. 39) -- 67353, plate II (fig. 42).