Onde delle Notte and Onde Solenne di Calma

Onde delle Notte and Onde Solenne di Calma

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Object Name: 
Onde delle Notte and Onde Solenne di Calma
Accession Number: 
Overall a) H: 48.6 cm, W: 19 cm; b) H: 46.5 cm, Diam: 20.8 cm
Not on Display
Credit Line: 
Gift of Barry Friedman Ltd., New York
Web Description: 
Blurring the boundaries between sculpture and design, these vessels are inspired by glass created in Venice in the 1930s and 1940s by the Venetian architect and designer, Carlo Scarpa (Italian, 1906-1978). Philip Baldwin (American, b. 1947) and Monica Guggisberg (Swiss, b. 1955) admire Scarpa's cut vases and bowls, which introduce new principles of light and space into glass. The inciso (incised) cutting blurs the edges and softens the shine of the glass, allowing light to emanate from within.
Barry Friedman Ltd., Former Collection
a) Label
B/G 2000 / NONFOUX #1073
a) Signature
b) Label
B/G '2000 / NONFOUX / #B7074
b) Signature
Primary Description: 
Translucent dark blue and dark green glasses; blown, stone-cut surface. Tall elliptical shape vessels with narrow bases that widen to center and narrows to rim and a design of wavy ridges cut into surface.
Corning Museum of Glass 2004-03-08 through 2004-10-31
Corning Incorporated Gallery 2005-02-11 through 2005-07-30
Welcome New Additions (2005) illustrated, p. 2, right; BIB# AI65624
The Gather (2004) illustrated, p. 2;
Recent Important Acquisitions, 45 (2003) p. 228, fig. 58; back; BIB# AI59133