Doux fond de miel

Doux fond de miel

Gilles Desaulniers Around 1996 Cast glass 32 x 22 x 6,5 cm Donation by Madame Françoise Chainé; MMAQ - 2016.6.1

Vase

Vase

Daniel Crichton 1981 Blown glass 27 x 14,6 cm Donation by Éric Devlin; MMAQ - 2015.28.5

Baptistère

Baptistère

France Pagé 1991 Glass 24 x 14 cm Donation by Madame Françoise Chainé; MMAQ - 2016.6.15

Vase

Vase

Jean Bélanger 1996 Blown glass 30 x 17 cm Donation by Françoise Chaîné; MMAQ - 2016.21.15

Vase

Vase

Jean Vallières Verrerie La Mailloche 1992-2009 Blown glass 21,6 x 36,4 cm MMAQ - 2010.4.18

Paperweight

Paperweight

Denise Bélanger Taylor 1986 Blown glass 7 x 7 cm Donation by Madame Françoise Chainé; MMAQ - 2016.6.16

Vase

Vase

Ronald Labelle 1995 Blown glass 29 x 7,5 cm Donation by Madame Françoise Chainé; MMAQ - 2016.6.12

Vase

Vase

Ronald Labelle 1995 Blown glass 26 x 8,5 cm Donation by Madame Françoise Chainé; MMAQ - 2016.6.11

Vase

Vase

Daniel Crichton 1981 Blown glass 18,6 x 27,9cm Donation by Éric Devlin; MMAQ - 2015.28.7

Vase

Vase

Jean Vallières Verrerie La Mailloche 1992-2009 Blown glass; gold 21,6 x 36,4 cm MMAQ - 2010.4.20

Vase

Vase

Daniel Crichton 1981 Blown glass 28,4 x 18,4 cm Donation by Éric Devlin; MMAQ - 2015.28.6

Paperweight

Paperweight

Marjorie Lapierre 2006 Blown glass 7,4 x 6,7 cm Donation by Françoise Chainé; MMAQ - 2015.26.44

Sculpture

Sculpture

Jean-Marie Giguère 1994 Blown glass 34 x 13 x 11 cm Donation by Madame Françoise Chainé; MMAQ - 2016.6.2

Paperweight

Paperweight

Kevin Robert Gray Glassblowing 1992 Blown glass 9 x 9 cm Donation by Françoise Chainé; MMAQ - 205.26.23

Paperweight

Paperweight

Kevin Robert Gray Glassblowing 1992 Blown glass 10,6 x 9,3 cm Donation by Françoise Chainé; MMAQ - 2015.26.22

Bowl

Bowl

Jean Vallières Verrerie La Mailloche 1992-2009 Blown glass 11,6 x 33,9 cm MMAQ - 2010.4.19

Paperweight

Paperweight

Cathy Strokowsky 1999 Blown glass 12,8 x 12 cm Donation by Françoise Chainé; MMAQ - 2015.26.8

Rouge

Rouge

David Goranitis 2010 Blown glass, metal 55 x 45 x 20 cm Donation by monsieur David Goranitis; MMAQ - 2014.11.1-2

Vase

Vase

Jean Vallières Verrerie La Mailloche 1992-2009 Blown glass 39,7 x 12,3 cm MMAQ - 2010.4.53

Paperweight

Paperweight

Touverre inc. 2002 Blown glass 6 x 6 cm Donation by Françoise Chainé; MMAQ - 2015.26.33

Paperweight

Paperweight

Ronald Labelle 1990 Blown glass 25 x 8 cm Donation by Françoise Chainé; MMAQ - 2015.26.21

Toansmen

Toansmen

Toan Klein 1976 Blown glass 23 x 24,5 cm Donation by Pierre Wilson; MMAQ - 2012.12

Vase

Vase

Jean Vallières Verrerie La Mailloche 1992-2009 Blown glass 19,1 x 16 cm MMAQ - 2010.4.49

Paperweight

Paperweight

Cathy Strokowsky 2003 Blown glass 6,9 x 7,6 cm Donation by Françoise Chainé; MMAQ - 2015.26.39

Vase

Vase

Jean Vallières Verrerie La Mailloche 1992-2009 Blown glass 17,9 x 22,1 cm MMAQ - 2010.4.37

Trio de bols à double parois

Trio de bols à double parois

Bruno Andrus 1997 Blown glass Donation by Bruno Andrus, collection MMAQ - acquisition 2018

Vase - Centre de table

Vase - Centre de table

Edage Vers 1962-1974 Crystal, blown glass 22 x 61 x 26 cm Collection MMAQ - acquisition 2018

Vase

Vase

Jean Vallières Verrerie La Mailloche 1992-2009 Blown glass 21 x 19,4 cm MMAQ - 2010.4.36

Vases à pois

Vases à pois

Bruno Andrus 2017 Blown glass Donation by Bruno Andrus, collection MMAQ - acquisition 2018

Bowl

Bowl

Jean Vallières Verrerie La Mailloche 1992-2009 Blown glass 14,1 x 35,7 cm MMAQ - 2010.4.32

Vase

Vase

Jean Vallières Verrerie La Mailloche Blown glass 1992-2009 20,5 x 26,9 cm MMAQ - 2010.4.17

Bowl

Bowl

Daniel Crichton 1995 Blown glass; gold 17 x 35 cm Donation by madame Elena Lee; MMAQ 2010.5.1

Vase - Sans  titre  (série  Murrine)

Vase - Sans titre (série Murrine)

Patrick Primeau 2016 Blown glass 52 x 28 x 28 cm Donation by Patrick Primeau; MMAQ - acquisition 2018

Vases à pois

Vases à pois

Bruno Andrus 1997 Blown glass Donation by Bruno Andrus, collection MMAQ - acquisition 2018

Paperweight

Paperweight

François Turbide Verrerie La Méduse 1995 Blown glass 8 x 7,5 cm Donation by Françoise Chaîné; MMAQ - 2016.6.14

Centre de table

Centre de table

Chalet Artistic Glass 25,4 x 71,1 x 28 cm Crystal, blown glass c. 1962-1974 Loan by Bruno Andrus

Available only as imported commodities until the mid-nineteenth century, industrially made glass objects began to be mass-produced in large manufactures which mostly established themselves along the St-Lawrence River. It was only in the 1960s that molten glass became a medium for artistic expression and artisanal endeavors in Québec. The first glass factories were founded in Montréal by Venetian glassblowers in the early 1960s. And then, following Expo 67, it was young Anglophones strongly influenced by the American counter-culture who founded small glassblowing studios suitable for self-practice. During the 1970s, it was the French model that inspired Francophones, whom in turn also began to blow glass. The development of glass art in Quebec is therefore a story of interbreeding, whether cultural, artistic or technical.

Glass

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