In preparing my notes I scoured the library at the
at Wheaton Arts. Then I contacted Gail Bardhan at the Rakow library at Museum of American Glass who graciously supplied me with the following bibliography including printouts of most of the articles. Corning
A Guide to Resources
Allan, James W. “Abul Qasi’s treatise on ceramics.”
, v. 11, 1973, pp. 111-120, esp. p. 114. Iran
Barley, Keith. “Trials and Observation in the Use of Silver Stain” Stained Glass, the Magazine of the British Society of Master Glass Painters, no. 1, 1996, pp. 11-13
Berserik, C. J. and M. A. Caen. Silver Stained Roundels and Unipartite Panels before the French Revolution. David Brown Book Co., 2007. TO BE ORDERED.
Carboni, Stefano. Glass of the Sultans. Stefano Carboni and David Whitehouse, with contributions by Robert H. Brill and William Gudenrath..
New York: Metropolitan Museumof Art and Corning: The of Glass… Corning Museum New Haven: Press, 2001. Yale University
Includes a section by Robert Brill “Some thoughts on the chemistry & techniques of
Islamic glass” (see pages 31, 34-35); and Bill Gudenrath, “A Survey of Islamic glass and glass decorating techniques” (see p. 52-55); silver stained / luster objects:
Catalog numbers 102-109.
Clerkin Higgins, Mary and Pilosi, Lisa; Wypyski, Mark T. “Une Peinture inhabituelle sur un rondel décoré au jaune d'argent.” Published in: Grisaille, jaune d'argent, sanguine, émail et peinture à froid. Liège: Commission royale des Monuments, Sites et Fouilles, , pp. 115-116, ill.
Notes: An "unusual cold paint" on a 16th-century German silver-stained roundel. English and German summaries.
Duthie, Arthur. Decorative glass processes.
New York: , 1982. Reprint of the 1911 edition. Silver stain, pp. 78-81, 95. Dover
Gessert, M. A. Rudimentary treatise on the art of painting on glass or glass-staining… 7th ed.
: Crosby Lockwood & Son, 1900, pp. 54-59. London
Greer, Dani. “Painting on Glass (Part 4): Silver Stain.” Common Ground: Glass, Winter 2001, pp. 8-9, ill.
Halem, Henry. Glass notes.
: Halem Studios, 1994, pp. 69-70. Kent, OH
Hall, Sarah, and Jeffrey Kraegel. “Material Matters.” Glass Art, 14, no. 1, Nov./Dec. 1998, pp. 40-42+, ill.
A consideration of color, texture, and character of different glasses -- and how each will respond to painting, etching, sandblasting, and silver staining.
Heaton, Noël. “The use of silver stain.” Stained Glass Quarterly, v. 47, no. 3, Autumn 1949, pp. 77-83.
Heaton, Noël. “The Origin and Use of Silver Stain.” Journal of the British Society of Master Glass-Painters, v. 10, no. 1, 1947-1948, pp. 9-16, ill.
Hermann, Felix. Painting on glass and porcelain and enamel painting.
: Scott, Greenwood & Co., 1897. Silver chloride: p. 27-29. London
< Stacks/Cage NK5410.H55 1897>
Husband, Timothy, et al. The luminous image : painted glass roundels in the
Lowlands, 1480-1560 / by Timothy B. Husband ; with an introductory essay by Ilja M. Veldman; and contributions by Ellen Konowitz and Zsuzsanna van Ruyven-Zeman. New York: of Art, c1995. Metropolitan Museum
Includes silver-stained roundels.
Husband, Timothy B. “'Ick Sorgheloose...': A Silver-Stained Roundel in the Cloisters.”
Journal, v. 24, 1989, pp. 173-188 Metropolitan Museum
A "fickle fortune" scene of about 1520.
Lafond, Jean. “Essai historique sur le jaune d’argent.” Pratique de la peinture sur verre…
: Impreimeir Lainé, 1943, pp. 39-116. Rouen
Lillich, Meredith P. Studies in medieval stained glass and monasticism.
: Pindar Press, 2001. London
Part II. European stained glass around 1300: the introduction of silver stain
Maddy, Dorothy L. “Silver Staining.” Stained Glass, v. 79, no. 3, Fall 1984, pp. 258-262
Maddy, Dorothy L. “Using Silver Stain Creates a Golden Glow.” Glass Art Magazine, v. 1, no. 8, June 1986, pp. 12-13+
Whitehouse, David, Pilosi, Lisa., Wypyski, Mark T. “Byzantine Silver Stain.” Journal of Glass Studies, v. 42, 2000, pp. 85-96, ill.
Whitehouse, David, and Piilosi, Lisa. “ Byzantine Silver Stain: Another Example?” Journal of Glass Studies, v. 43, 2001, pp. 180-181, ill.
Bowl may provide "additional proof that glassworkers in the
Byzantine Empirewere familiar with silver stain in or about the 10th century."
Weyl, Woldemar A. Coloured glasses.
Sheffield: Society of Glass Technology, 1951; reprinted 1992, pp. 409-419.