Johann Loetz Witwe Artglass Photos

Johann Loetz Witwe Glass (1836-1947) was located in the Southern Bohemian town of Klostermuhle. The factory is best noted for its Art Nouveau and Art Deco designs.

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Bohemian glass Lithyalin vase & covered box by Friedrich Egermann of Haida & Bohemian Octopus vase by Johann Loetz Witwe glassworks at Corning Museum of Glass. Corning, NY.Viennese glass Titania vase by Leopold Bauer of Johann Loetz Witwe exhibited at 1906 world's fair in Milan at Corning Museum of Glass. Corning, NY.Art Nouveau table lamp by Gustav Gurschner in Paris & Johann Loetz Witwe of Bohemia at Corning Museum of Glass. Corning, NY.Glass vase by Johann Lötz Witwe of Czech Republic at Coburg Castle. Coburg, Germany.
Bohemian glass Lithyalin vase & covered box (1830-40) by Friedrich Egermann of Haida & Bohemian Octopus vase (1887) by Johann Loetz Witwe glassworks at Corning Museum of Glass. Corning, NY.Viennese glass Titania vase (1906) by Leopold Bauer of Johann Loetz Witwe exhibited at 1906 world's fair in Milan at Corning Museum of Glass. Corning, NY.Art Nouveau table lamp (1899) by Gustav Gurschner in Paris (metal) & Johann Loetz Witwe of Bohemia (glass) at Corning Museum of Glass. Corning, NY.Glass vase (1899) by Johann Lötz Witwe of Czech Republic at Coburg Castle. Coburg, Germany.
Glass vase by Johann Lötz Witwe of Czech Republic at Coburg Castle. Coburg, Germany.Art Nouveau tulip glass with floral metal mounting by Johann Lötz Witwe of Klostermuhle, Bohemia at Bavarian National Museum. Munich, Germany.Art Nouveau glass vase with cyclamen by Johann Lötz Witwe of Klostermuhle, Bohemia at Bavarian National Museum. Munich, Germany.Glass vase by Johann Lötz Witwe of Czech Republic at Coburg Castle. Coburg, Germany.
Glass vase (c1899) by Johann Lötz Witwe of Czech Republic at Coburg Castle. Coburg, Germany.Art Nouveau tulip glass with floral metal mounting (1899) by Johann Lötz Witwe of Klostermuhle, Bohemia at Bavarian National Museum. Munich, Germany.Art Nouveau glass vase with cyclamen (1899) by Johann Lötz Witwe of Klostermuhle, Bohemia at Bavarian National Museum. Munich, Germany.Glass vase (c1899) by Johann Lötz Witwe of Czech Republic at Coburg Castle. Coburg, Germany.
Glass vase by Johann Lötz Witwe of Czech Republic at Coburg Castle. Coburg, Germany.Art Nouveau glass vase with floral silver mounts by Johann Lötz Witwe of Klostermuhle, Bohemia & mounts by Alvin Corp. of Sag Harbor, NY at Bavarian National Museum. Munich, Germany.Glass vase with stylized branches by Johann Lötz Witwe of Klostermuhle, Bohemia at Bavarian National Museum. Munich, Germany.Austrian Art Nouveau glass vase by Johann Loetz Witwe at Corning Museum of Glass. Corning, NY.
Glass vase (1900-10) by Johann Lötz Witwe of Czech Republic at Coburg Castle. Coburg, Germany.Art Nouveau glass vase with floral silver mounts (1901-2) by Johann Lötz Witwe of Klostermuhle, Bohemia & mounts by Alvin Corp. of Sag Harbor, NY at Bavarian National Museum. Munich, Germany.Glass vase with stylized branches (c1902) by Johann Lötz Witwe of Klostermuhle, Bohemia at Bavarian National Museum. Munich, Germany.Austrian Art Nouveau glass vase (1902) by Johann Loetz Witwe at Corning Museum of Glass. Corning, NY.
Jugendstil glass bowl by Michael Powolny for Johann Loetz Witwe of Klostermuhle, Bohemia at National Museum of Scotland. Edinburgh, Scotland.Jugendstil glass vase by Michael Powolny for either JL Lobmeyr of Vienna or Johann Loetz Witwe of Klostermuhle, Bohemia at National Museum of Scotland. Edinburgh, Scotland.Glass vase by Josef Hoffmann, made by J. Lötz Witwe of Bohemia at Brooklyn Museum. Brooklyn, NY.Iridescent glass vessel in pewter frame with female face Art Nouveau decoration by Loetz Manuf. of Klostermühle, Austria at Ariana Museum. Geneva, Switzerland.
Jugendstil glass bowl (c1910) by Michael Powolny for Johann Loetz Witwe of Klostermuhle, Bohemia at National Museum of Scotland. Edinburgh, Scotland.Jugendstil glass vase (c1910) by Michael Powolny for either JL Lobmeyr of Vienna or Johann Loetz Witwe of Klostermuhle, Bohemia at National Museum of Scotland. Edinburgh, Scotland.Glass vase by Josef Hoffmann, made by J. Lötz Witwe of Bohemia at Brooklyn Museum. Brooklyn, NY.Iridescent glass vessel in pewter frame with female face Art Nouveau decoration (c1900) by Loetz Manuf. of Klostermühle, Austria at Ariana Museum. Geneva, Switzerland.
Iridescent Johann Loetz sweetmeat jar with bats at Milan Historical Museum. Milan, OH.Art glass bowl attributed to Johann Loetz-Witwe Glassworks of Austria in music room at McFaddin-Ward House. Beaumont, TX.

Iridescent Johann Loetz sweetmeat jar with bats at Milan Historical Museum. Milan, OH.Art glass bowl attributed to Johann Loetz-Witwe Glassworks of Austria in music room at McFaddin-Ward House. Beaumont, TX.


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