Beyond Venice: European Glass in the Venetian Style, 1500-1700 (May 20 to December 30, 2004)
- The Corning Museum of Glass (Corning), May 20 to December 30, 2004
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Currently on view at: Getty Center, Museum North Pavilion, Gallery N104
Unknown maker, Façon de Venise
possibly the Glashütte of Sebastian Höchstetter (Austrian, active 1540 - 1569)
Hall, Austria (Place created)
about 1550 - 1560
Free- and mold-blown colorless (purplish-gray) glass with gilt applied decoration
38.1 x 16.2 cm (15 x 6 3/8 in.)
The goblet's decorative
This goblet combines the elongated proportions of Venetian style glasses with other elements closer to Germanic taste: the vessel's large volume, trailed glass, and
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