PLATE CCXXXV No 235 "Verre Agglutine" This Listing is for a single plate (print) from the publication:
Collection Julien Gréau. Verrerie antique, émaillerie et poterie appartenant à M. John Pierpont Morgan
Gréau, Julien, 1810-1895 Art collections. Morgan, J. Pierpont (John Pierpont), 1837-1913 Art collections. Glassware, Ancient Private collections. Enamel and enameling. Pottery Private collections. Art objects Private collections. Faience. AUTHOR/ARTIST Froehner, Wilhelm, 1834-1925. Paris, 1903 Lithographer: Georges Massias
ONLY 90 Sets PRINTED most in museums today. This is a rare and very beautiful print with vibrant colours and high quality pigments.
Julien Gréau (1810–1895) was an omnivorous French collector with a predilection for antiquities. After he formed a collection, he would sell it in order to begin another. He amassed coins, bronzes, and terracottas. His greatest effort, however, was in the field of glass—he gathered about five thousand glass objects, about one thousand of which were intact. In addition, he acquired extensive holdings of Roman and Gaulish pottery. His collection was acquired by J. Pierpont Morgan and came to the Museum as part of the Morgan gift of 1917. The catalogue consists of a volume of text and five folio volumes of illustrations. metmuseum/art/collection/search/591851
Dimensions: 50 x 32.3 cm approx
Condition: It is in good antique condition
***Previously held in a private museum collection along with many other Ethnic Tribal, Artefacts, Antique & Vintage Art Prints