Historical Perspectives A Farewell to Marvin Lipofsky - Preserving the Archive of Marvin Lipofsky

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by Henry Halem

Photography by Marvin Lipofsky and M. Lee Fatherree

Glass artist, Henry Halem, shares memories of how Marvin Lipofsky helped establish the American Studio Glass movement and how he selflessly shared his techniques with many students and fellow glass artists.


by The Staff of The Corning Museum of Glass

The Rakow Library at The Corning Museum of Glass is committed to preserving and sharing the photographic archive of the work of American Studio Glass artist Marvin Lipofsky. The collection contains more than 40,000 images taken by Lipofsky that will continue to provide inspiration to future glass artists.

This article was originally published on page 40 of the May/June 2016 issue of Glass Art.



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