Complete Copier : the oeuvre of A.D. Copier 1901-1991 / Joan Temminck, Laurens Geurtz.

Complete Copier : the oeuvre of A.D. Copier 1901-1991 / Joan Temminck, Laurens Geurtz.
Rotterdam : NAI ; Leerdam : National Glass Museum ; New York, NY : Available in North, South and Central America through Artbook I D.A.P., c2012.
520 p. : ill. (some col.) ; 31 cm.
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Temminck, Joan, 1942-
Geurtz, Laurens.
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Includes bibliographical references (p. 514-515) and index.
Andries Copier (1901-1991) is the greatest glass artist the Netherlands has ever known. During the extended period that he was associated with the Leerdam glassworks, he put the name 'Leerdam' on the international map. His Gilde service belongs to the canon of Dutch design. His one-off art pieces are world-famous and his ability to produce original and attractive designs for an affordable price has fundamentally influenced the development of industrial design in glass... The lavishly illustrated catalogue presents Copier's oeuvre with more than 1350 works. The emphasis here is on the serially produced objects and those parts of the oeuvre about which little or nothing was known until now. The publication marks the culmination of the Copier Research Project"--P. [4] of cover.
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Complete Copier --
Background : a biographical sketch in historical perspective --
1901-1921: finding form --
Photo selection, 1922-1932 --
1922-1939: in house artist of the Leerdam Glassworks --
1940-1975: artistic director of the United Glassworks --
Photo selection, 1940-1991 --
1976-1991: autonomous artist --
Photo selection: special themes --
Copier, even more complete --
Serica --
Glass for packaging --
Gero silverplate --
The Dutch Royal House --
Porcelain --
Tableware for KLM --
Oeuvre catalogue --
Glassware --
Breakfast sets --
Serving sets --
Bowls --
Flowerpots --
Vases --
Utility glass --
Serica --
Commemorative glass --
The Dutch Royal House --
Glass for packaging --
Glass panes --
Miscellaneous glass designs --
Other materials --
Graphic design --
Exhibitions --
Awards and tributes.