DRAWING UPON NATURE: Studies for the Blaschkas' Glass Models
By Susan M. Rossi-Wilcox and David Whitehouse A collection of brilliantly detailed drawings made by Rudolf Blaschka as studies for the delicate glass flower and invertebrate models he and his father, Leopold, created for Harvard University in the late 19th century. The drawings range from everyday houseplants, to tropical wonders, to translucent sea creatures. Selected and introduced by Susan M. Rossi-Wilcox and David Whitehouse. 2007, hardcover, 166 pages, 60 color plates.
Specifications of DRAWING UPON NATURE: Studies for the Blaschkas' Glass Models
|Author||Susan M. & David Whitehouse Rossi-Wilcox|
|Publisher||Corning Museum of Glass|
|Number Of Pages||167|
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