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STUDY DAYSON VENETIAN GLASS. VENETIAN FILIGRANA GLASS THROUGH THE CENTURIES
Edited by Rosa Barovier Mentasti and Cristina Tonini.
Index of the book
Marco VERITÀ, Sandro ZECCHIN and Elena TESSER, Venetian Filigree Glass along the Centuries: Some Technological Considerations
Rosa BAROVIER MENTASTI and Cristina TONINI, Venetian Sixteenth Century Filigrana
António PIRES de MATOS, Andreia RUIVO, Augusta LIMA,Cesare TOFFOLO, Emmanuel BABLED, Cristiano FERRO, Gianni SEGUSO, Joana SILVA, Joaquim MARÇALO, Luís C. ALVES, Prashant DABAS, R. C. da SILVA and Robert WILEY, Studies of the White Opaque Glass Used in Filigrana Glass
Kitty Laméris, Talking Canes
Helena BROZKOVA and Hedvika SEDLÀKOVÀ, Filigree Glass from the Museum of Decorative Arts, Prague: Venetian and Regional Production - Brief Overview
Rainald FRANZ, The development of Filigree-decoration in Austrian Glass from the 16th-20th Century
Nikolina Topić, Filigrana Glass from the Dubrovnik Area - Archaeological Finds
Violetta MIKITINA and Olga IVLIEVA, The Filigree Glass from the Collection of the Museum of Ceramics, Moscow: XVII-XX Century
Vedrana JOVIC GAZIC, Glass Lamps in Croatia. Typological Overview from Antiquity to the Modern Era
Francisca PULIDO VALENTE, Inês COUTINHO, Márcia VILARIGUES and Teresa MEDICI 16Th-17Th Century Filigrana Glass Found in Portugal: Some Preliminary Observations
Andrea BELLIENI, Cultural Climate and Sources of Inspiration in Sixteenth-Century Venetian Decorative Arts Christopher Maxwell, Reflections on the Filigrana Style in Renaissance Venice












STUDY DAYS ON VENETIAN GLASS.
THE ORIGINS OF MODERN GLASS ART IN VENICE AND EUROPE. ABOUT 1900

Edited by Rosa Barovier Mentasti and Cristina Tonini.
Index of the book
Stefania PORTINARI, A Springtime of the Arts. Venice, 1900s;
Marco VERITÀ and Sandro ZECCHIN,, Industrial and Artistic Glass Production in Murano: Late 19th-Middle 20th Centuries;
Rosa BAROVIER MENTASTI and Cristina TONINI, Venetian Glass between Art Nouveau, Secession and Deco;
Dora THORNTON, A Protestant Historical Relic? A Glass Plate in Dr Williams' Library in London in Its Historical Context
Maria JOAO BURNAY, Japonism and Art Nouveau in the Glass Collection of the Portuguese Royal House
Violetta MIKITINA, Late XIX-Early XX Century Venetian Glass from the Collection of the State Ceramics Museum in Kuskovo;
Antònio PIRES DE MATOS, Andreia RUIVO, Robert WILEY, Iridiscence and Colours in Glass Art Nouveau: the Chemistry and Techniques.








STUDY DAYS ON VENETIAN GLASS. THE BIRTH OF THE GREAT MUSEUM:
THE GLASSWORKS COLLECTIONS BETWEEN THE RENAISSANCE AND THE REVIVAL.
Edited by Rosa Barovier and Cristina Tonini.
Index of the book
Rosella Mamoli Zorzi, «Foresti»in Venice in the Second Half of the 19th Century: Their Passion for Paintings, Brocades, and Glass;
Marco Verità and Sandro Zecchin, Raw Materials and Glassmaking Technology in Nineteenth-Century Murano Glassworks;
Rosa Barovier Mentasti and Cristina Tonini, Some Questions about the Murano Revival;
Suzanne Higgott,Edward William Cooke (1811-1880), English Marine Artist, Diarist and Collector: the Formation and Dispersion of His Venetian Glass Collection;
Françoise Barbe, Les verres émaillés vénitiens de la Renaissance du musée du Louvre: provenance et collections au xixe siecle;
Reino Liefkes,A Pattern Book of the Venice and Murano Glass Company ltd.;
Maria João Burnay, Murano Glass Industry in the Portuguese Royal House Collection: Rebirth and Splendor;
Rainald Franz, The Role of Venetian Glass in the Collection of the Mak Pattern Piece, Collection Highlight and Aesthetic Inspiration;
Luisa Ambrosio, The Glass Collection in the Museo Duca di Martina of Naples;
Elisa P. Sani, New Light on Venetian Cameo Glass;
Maria Cristina Giménez Raurell, Venetian Glass in Cerralbo Museum.







STUDY DAYS ON VENETIAN GLASS. Approximately 1700’s
Edited by Rosa Barovier and Cristina Tonini.
Index of the book Rosa Barovier Mentasti and Cristina Tonini, Tools for Studying Ancient Glass: Paintings and Graphic Works, Inventories
Suzanne Higgott, Survey of Venetian and Façon de Venise Enamelled and Gilded Glass Made c. 1500-1550 and Excavated from Reliably Dated Contexts in Great Britain
Audrey Whitty, The Venini Covered Cup, Venice, Second Half of the 16th Century (1550-1599 AD)
Hedvika Sedlácková and Dana Rohanová, From Renaissance to Baroque: Glass in The 2nd Half of the 17th Century in Moravia, Czech Republic
Valeria Mamczynski, «Conservation of Glass Objects in the James Jackson Jarves Collection»,an Andrew W. Mellon Research Fellowship at The Metropolitan Museum of Art
Giulia Musso,The Glass Museum of Altare and its Activities: The Restoration of Two Xvii-Xviii Century Furnaces
Anna Awad-Konrad, Glassworks Hall in Tirol 1534-1635Maria João Burnay, Murano Glass at National Palace of Ajuda
Maria João Burnay, Murano glass at National Palace of Ajuda
Brigitta Maria Kürtösi, Archaeometric Investigation of Medieval Wall Mosaic Fragments of Székesfehérvár, Hungary
Kitty Laméris, Differences Between Early Filigrana Glass and Rosenborg Castle Type Filigrana Glass






STUDY DAYS ON VENETIAN GLASS. Approximately 1600’s
Edited by Rosa Barovier and Cristina Tonini.
Index of the book
Rosa Barovier Mentasti and Cristina Tonini,Tools to Study Glass: Inventories, Paintings and Graphic Works of the 16th Century
Paolo Zecchin, The Inventory of Matteo Priuli in the year 1700
Marco Verità, Secrets and Innovations of Venetian Glass between the 15th and the 17th Centuries: Raw Materials, Glass Melting and Artefacts
Juanita Navarro and Suzanne Higgott, Work in Progress: ‘Venetian and Façon de Venise All-Glass Composites or Hybrids: Manufacture, Detection and Distribution’
Chiara Berichillo, The Small Centre of Piegaro and its Ancient Links with Glass ProductionKinga Tarcsay, Studies on Glass in Venetian Style of the 16th and 17th Centuries in Austria
Kitty Laméris, Some New Insights about 16th and 17th Century Vetro a Retortoli
Andrew Meek, Qualitative Compositional Analysis of a Late 16th Century Enamelled Glass Goblet
Dora Thornton, Venice or Façon de Venise? Two Enamelled Glasses in the British MuseumKäthe Klappenbach, Venetian Chandeliers from the 16th Century Onward and their Influence on Chandelier Production in Europe and Brandenburg-Prussia
Bettina K. Schneider, The Restoration of a Glass Arm Chandelier from the Middle of the 19th Century Belonging to the Prussian Palaces and Gardens in Berlin-Brandenburg
Corinna Mattiello, Restoration Techniques
Lavinia de Ferri, Andrea Lorenzi, Pier Paolo Lottici, Angelo Montenero and Giovanna Vezzalini, Protection of Historical Glasses by Hybrid Sol Gel Coatings
António Pires de Matos, Robert Wiley, Magda Troeira, Carlos Queiroz, Andreia Ruivo, Nuno Paulino and César Laia, Venetian Glass in Contemporary Art