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Glass: selections from the collection

Glass display

On display through Dec 31, 2021 at the Museum of International Folk Art

From small beads and mirrors to sculpted works, people work with glass all over the world. The Museum of International Folk Art presents a selection of glass works and works with glass from the collection. The display will be on view in Lloyd’s Treasure Chest this summer.

Image caption:

Olive oil storage jar by Tawfiq Natsheh. 2010. Hebron, West Bank, Palestine. Dimensions: 11 5/16 x 6 1/8 in.  IFAF Collection (FA.2010.36.2ab).

Also on exhibit at the Museum of International Folk Art


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