Alan Goldfarb, Venetian-Style Goblet (Champagne Flute), 1998, Venetian-style blown glass, Smithsonian American Art Museum, Gift of Kenneth R. Trapp in memory of Thomas Hume Slater, Jr., 1999.6.2
Alan Goldfarb considers the goblet one of the most challenging vessels to produce. By making his objects completely by hand, he pays tribute to glassmakers throughout history. His Venetian Goblets, while not replicas, evoke the richness of the centuries-old Venetian tradition.
Venetian-Style Goblet (Champagne Flute)
- On View
9 3/4 x 3 in. (24.8 x 7.5 cm) diam.
- Credit Line
Smithsonian American Art Museum
Gift of Kenneth R. Trapp in memory of Thomas Hume Slater, Jr.
- Mediums Description
- Venetian-style blown glass
- Object Number
- Linked Open Data
- Linked Open Data URI