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Teapot Goblet (#324)

1992 Richard Marquis Born: Bumble Bee, Arizona 1945 glass 11 x 3 5/8 in. (28.0 x 9.3 cm) diam. Smithsonian American Art Museum Gift of the James Renwick Alliance 1995.24.3 Not currently on view


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"I chose to work with the teapot form for three reasons. First, it had no glass tradition. Second, it was so un-macho compared to the prevailing "dip-n'-drip" school. Last, it had so many elements with which to mess around." Richard Marquis, University of Washington Press, 2003

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The Teapot Goblets employ zanfirico, an Italian glass technique in which glass canes are twisted to form an intricate lattice. Richard Marquis brings his love of assemblage to his teapot forms, attaching single pieces of his trademark murrine to the surface.

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Object - other - dish

decorative arts - glass

Crafts - Glass

glass

About Richard Marquis

Born: Bumble Bee, Arizona 1945

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