Teapot Goblet #02-2

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Object Name: 
Teapot Goblet #02-2
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Overall H: 34 cm, W: 10.5 cm, D: 7.9 cm
Not on Display
Web Description: 
During the 1970s, Marquis moved further into murrine, which he explored in one of his favorite forms: the teapot. He continued to improvise on the teapot form in glass throughout his career. Marquis made teapots inspired by traditional American crazy quilts, by checkerboards, and by Venetian pezzato or patchwork vases of the 1950s. Although Marquis uses traditional Venetian decorative techniques, his work in glass is never mistaken for Venetian. His approach is a distinctively American interpretation, which distinguishes his glass from that of many artists who work in the Italian style today.
Marquis, Richard (American, b. 1945), Source
© 2002 Marquise
Engraved on foot
Primary Description: 
Sculpture, "Teapot Goblet #02-2". Colorless, pink, orange, yellow, brown, green, blue, and purple glass; blown zanfirico, hot-worked, applied. Sculpture in the form of an upside down conical teapot with multicolored vertical stripes showing fine latticework. Conical topper applied to teapot with colorless waisted merese or knop. Topper decorated with orange and pink vertical stripes showing fine latticework. Circular foot with white and blue stripes showing fine latticework applied to teapot with short colorless stem.
Corning Museum of Glass 2013-02-16 through 2014-02-02
This exhibition is part of the Corning Museum’s ongoing Masters of Studio Glass series developed to provide a platform for in-depth surveys of artists represented in the Museum’s permanent collection.
The Way of the Artist (solo exhibition)
California State University 2007-03