Techniques of Glass Engraving
Brand New, Unread Copy in Perfect Condition. A+ Customer Service! Summary: The Techniques of Glass Engraving by Peter Dreiser and the late Jonathan Matcham is a classic, unique in its field. Peter Dreiser has fully updated the text for this second edition with Katharine Coleman, one of the leading contemporary glass artists of today. Buchnummer des Verkäufers ABE_book_new_0713675160
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The Techniques of Glass Engraving by Peter Dreiser and the late Jonathan Matcham is a classic, unique in its field. Considered the doyen of British glass engravers, Peter Dreiser has fully updated the text for this second edition with Katharine Coleman, one of the leading contemporary glass artists of today. It is now 4-colour throughout with superb new images illustrating the work of a new generation of contemporary glass engravers. The many techniques covered include copper wheel engraving, synthetic wheel engraving, cut glass, brilliant cutting, diamond point, drill engraving, glass etching and sandblasting. This book is one of the very few on the practical aspects of this craft, of interest to student and the interested public alike. Comprehensive information, examples and exercises for the student are all accompanied with clear photographs, of work in progress and the finished item.
Über den Autor:
Peter Dreiser is the leading glass engraver of our time, specialising
in copper wheel engraving, intaglio and relief work. A Fellow of the
Society of Designer Craftsmen and of the Guild of Glass Engravers, his
work appears in public and private collections worldwide including the
glass collecion of the V&A.
Titel: Techniques of Glass Engraving
Verlag: A&C Black
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Lewiston, NY, USA
AbeBooks Verkäufer seit 7. Mai 2014
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