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The Glassware of James Hogan and James Powell and Sons

Remi Spriggs Dyll
Journal of Glass Studies
Vol. 53 (2011), pp. 195-213
Published by: Corning Museum of Glass
Stable URL: http://www.jstor.org/stable/24191372
Page Count: 19
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The Glassware of James Hogan and James Powell and Sons
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Abstract

This article discusses the career of James Humphries Hogan and his designs for blown table glass. For 50 years, Hogan worked for James Powell and Sons (later, Powell and Sons [Whitefriars] Ltd.) in London and Wealdstone, Middlesex. Whitefriars is known both for its ecclesiastical stained glass windows and for its fine and everyday glassware. Hogan began his career as a drafter in the stained glass workshops in 1898, and he later became a principal designer there. Although he tried his hand at designing a single champagne glass in 1912, he did not design table glass again until about 1932, and from that time he designed a considerable amount of glassware for Whitefriars. This output included both modern and traditional types of glassware, either partly or completely blown, including one-off and affordable, utilitarian pieces. Hogan also participated in several design societies and wrote articles on glass in modern society for design publications.

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