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Appraising 20th-Century American Ceramics and Glass

Explore one of the most dynamic periods in the development of American ceramics and glass. Focus on major art potteries like Rookwood, Grueby, and Teco, and then shift to studio potters like Waylande Gregory, Peter Voulkos, and Robert Arneson. Survey the trends leading to the studio glass movement of the 1960s, including the work of Harvey Littleton, Dominick Labino, and Dale Chihuly. Topics include the current market for Tiffany glass, the criteria for determining value, and the effects of condition and conservation on value. The course includes a visit to The Metropolitan Museum of Art.

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You'll Walk Away with

  • Knowledge of major art potteries like Rookwood, Grueby, and Teco, as well as studio potters like Waylande Gregory, Peter Voulkos, and Robert Arneson
  • Familiarity with the trends leading to the studio glass movement of the 1960s
  • Knowledge of the current market for Tiffany glass, the criteria for determining value, and the effects of condition and conservation on value

Ideal for

  • Prospective and practicing art appraisers
  • Art professionals and enthusiasts
NO open sections available for this course at the moment. Please check back next semester.