Our weeping pieces are by Monart, made at the Moncrieff glassworks in Perth between 1924 and 1961, by Salvador Ysart, a Spanish glassworker
, and his four sons.
The exhibition closes with an invitation to explore other venues in Brussels connected with his work, and it is well worth undertaking the short walk to the cathedral of St Michael and St Gudula where his stained-glass window designs assembled by master glassworker
Jean Haeck are a truly monumental spectacle, dominating the full height of the north transept.
Usman Riaz, director of Mano Animation Studios, was present and shared his journey of working on the first feature hand-drawn animation made in Pakistan, The Glassworker
. He also showed a few minutes of the completed animated film.
The original occupant was glassworker
Moses Pierce but Revere's cousin, boatbuilder Nathaniel Hichborn later owned it, and it stayed in the family until 1864.
He wanted to delve deeper into the fragile art of a glassworker
She converted a bedroom into a home studio, learning how to accommodate a glassworker
's blow torch that heats up to 2,000 degrees when she's melting tubes of glass into her designs and miniatures, as well as fitting in a kiln that fires the glass at about 1,000 degrees.
Naeem, a resident of Kasur, was a glassworker
and had come to Lahore for buying glass from the local market.
Caption: A stained glass window created by Jewish artist Marc Chagall with glassworker
Charles Mard in 1974 depicts the Virgin and Child in Notre-Dame de Reims Cathedral in France.
Determination and evaluation of free silica in the respirable zone of glassworker
with X-Ray Diffraction Method.
With a record eight ABA senior titles, a Commonwealth Games gold and a host of Multi Nations golds, the St Helens glassworker
captained the British boxing team at two Olympic Games - but he couldn't quite bring home a medal to make his collection complete.
A local glassworker
, Rafi Ahmad, said that voters in the city expected a leader who would strengthen law and order.
Experts there recognised that they were made by revered glassworker
William Bielby in Newcastle-upon-Tyne in around 1765.