Stockholm: Carlssons, 1999.
Hardcover. 11 1/4" X 9 3/4". 256pp. Mild creasing and shelf wear to covers, corners, and edges of unclipped dust jacket. Light rubbing to corners and edges of black cloth over boards. Faint dust-spotting to top edge of text block. Pages are clean and unmarked. Binding is sound.
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ABOUT THIS BOOK:
Bertil Vallien is one of a handful of talented glass-artists who enjoy world-wide fame. The immense interest that his work arouses internationally certainly justifies the printing of a third edition of the book. Over the years, his work has had a far-reaching impact, which goes beyond any individual work of art; and reflects his determination to show that the glass industry is dependent on the know-how and imagination of its artists. Primarily, however, this is a book about the artist, Bertil Vallien, and his glass sculptures, which were forged during a period of freedom and independent creativity--a direction which he has continued to pursue since the end of the 1980s.(Publisher). Very good / very good. Item #12305