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Gustav Schneider

Small Vase

About the artist In 1823, Josef Lobmeyr founded the J. & L. Lobmeyr company. During the time when the Lobmeyr brothers' nephew, Stefan Rath, was running the company, they cooperated with Josef Hoffmann, who designed many glasses for them. Among others, these glasses were presented at the Cologne Werkbund exhibition in 1914. The company also worked with other important artists such as Oswald Haerdtl, Vally Wieselthier, Otto Prutscher, Adolf Loos, Rudolf Marschall and Michael Powolny. Ref.: W. Neuwirth, Das Glas des Jugendstils - Wien, Munich, 1973, pp. 197; W. Neuwirth, Lobmeyr, Schöner als Bergkristall, 1999; website of the Lobmeyr company:
Designed by Gustav Schneider, Vienna, around 1901
Executed by J. & L. Lobmeyr
Marked Company signet Lobmeyr
Material crystal glass, cut in rock crystal style, with light polished engraving, depicting water plants and fishes
Dimensions H 6.5 cm, W 10,5 cm, D 4 cm
Literature W. Neuwirth, Das Glas des Jugendstils - Wien, Munich, 1973, p. 207 H21/14.2

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