The rediscovery of colour in the 19th century represents a central moment in the history of glass art.
The renewed fascination for coloured glass went hand in hand with a growing interest in colour on the part of science and art, which was expressed in theoretical treatises and artistic productions. Based on the colour theories prevailing at the time and newly developed manufacturing processes for coloured glass, the temporary exhibition of the Swiss Museum of Stained Glass is dedicated to the reinterpretation of colour in the 19th and 20th century glass art.
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