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Annahita Hessami

Creating stained glass pieces in various forms and purposes, Annahita Hessami forms the road for her artistic practice and the stained glass movement.

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Antoine Leperlier

Antoine Leperlier is a French artist known for his glass works and for being the key figure in the realm of contemporary Pâte-de-verre.

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Barbara Nanning

Barbara Nanning is a Dutch artist who works in ceramics and glass but is best known for her public, large-scale sculptures assembled from stoneware.

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Borondo

Borondo is a Spanish street artist whose technique of scratched glass became the inseparable form of his personal and original language.

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Brian Clarke

Brian Clarke is the world's leading stained-glass artist, with a practice that extends to painting, sculpture, and mosaics.

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Curtiss Brock

Curtiss Brock is an American artist known for his handblown or cast glass pieces in three different series, the Geode/Fragment series, the Stone Vessel series, and the Stone Groupings series.

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Etienne Leperlier

Born in 1952, Etienne Leperlier was a French glass artist, sculptor and draftsman whose career spanned over three decades.

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Josiah McElheny

Josiah McElheny is an artist and sculptor, primarily known for his work with glass blowing and assemblages of glass and mirrored glassed objects.

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Liza Lou

Liza Lou is an American visual artist best known for producing large scale sculpture using glass beads.

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Mathieu Ficheroux

Mathieu Ficheroux was one of the most famous Dutch artists in the second part of the 20th century. He worked in painting, sculpture, glass painting.

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Meryl Pataky

Meryl Pataky is an US artist who draws inspiration from periodic tables and creates resourceful sculptures with noble gases.

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Piet Schoenmakers

Pierre Hubert Schoenmakers, better known as Piet Schoenmakers, was a Dutch sculptor, glass artist, engraver, ceramist and painter.

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Rene Jules Lalique

Rene Jules Lalique was a celebrated French glasswork and jewelry artist known for his highly innovative and sophisticated approach embodied through extravagant objects.

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Saype

Guillaume Saype Legros is a Swiss artist who pioneered two new variants of street art, one that can be defined as a form of land art and other that uses glass as a canvas.

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Victor Solomon

Victor Solomon is a filmmaker and artist that uses humor, narrative and render to explore themes of luxury, new money culture and proletarian drift.

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