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Jean Pierre Weill Vitreography

LOCKPORT STREET GALLERY


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Jean Pierre Weill Vitrographs are hand made in the U. S. The items we show on our web-site are available for immediate purchase. They are made by hand and each one is an original work of art to be used in one's home or as a gift.

Masters

Louis Icart
Salvador Dali
Louis Icart Erotica
and
Marie Laurencin
Toulouse-Lautrec
Marcel Vertes
Manuel Robbe
Raphael Soyer
Luigi Kasimir
Vintage Prints


Contemporary
Artaisance Giclee Prints
Janet Treby
Jurgen Gorg
Leonardo Nierman
Claude Fauchere
Douglas Edwards
Jacques LaLande
Other Artists

American Crafts

Ceramic Wall Sculptures
Metal Wall Sculptures
Janna Ugone Lamps
Kinzig Lamps
Weathervanes
Timewks Clocks
Antiq Clocks
More Home Decor and Gifts


Holly Yashi
Watchcrft
Shull Design Watches
Sierra by Sonoma Art Works
Elaine Coyne
Mediterranean Artists Company
More Jewelry


Kitris Art Glass
Paperweights
Celeste Bernadette
More Glass


Flambeaux Art Pottery
More Ceramics

Jean Pierre Weill Vitreography - Art on Glass

Jean Pierre Weill Vitreography, Baltimore, MD

Jean Pierre Weill Vitreography is a process of drawing and painting on glass. There can be one or more plates of glass with painted designs giving the art a truly three dimensional appearance. Each Jean Pierre Weill Vitrograph from the gift set collection comes with a gift box and are open editions. Art from the gift set collection can be hung on the wall, or comes with a easel backing to sit on a table. Jean Pierre Weill Vitrographs show the artist's personality and creativity and come 8 x 10" framed.

Pricing Information - Jean Pierre Weill Vitrographs are offered at fair pricing with ground shipping (US 48) to be determined based on your location and what you purchase. We only sell Jean Pierre Weill Vitrographs that we have in stock and we will ship immediately. Note, we also have vitrograhs in 4 x 6" framed and limited editions which are larger. The cost for shipping varies depending on your location.

Note, Jean Pierre Weill has retired and is no longer making vitreographs. If you have questions related to the availability, shipping, and pricing of the Jean Pierre Weill Vitreography or would like to place an order, e-mail or call us directly at (815) 436 0370.

Click on the thumbnails below to see a larger image of the Jean Pierre Weill Vitreography we sell. To order, please call us.

Jean Pierre Weill (Vitreography)

Bird Cage
vitrograph

8 x 10" $70
Burgundy Wine
vitrograph

8 x 10" $70
City Overlook
vitrograph

8 x 10" $70
Dancing Cranes
vitrograph

8 x 10" $70

Einstein
vitrograph

8 x 10" $70
Fab Four
vitrograph

8 x 10" $70
Fiddler
vitrograph

8 x 10" $70
Happy Anniversary
vitrograph

8 x 10" $70
Jitter-Bug
vitrograph

8 x 10" $70
John Lennon
vitrograph

8 x 10" $70
Men Raining
vitrograph

8 x 10" $70
Moonlight Dance
vitrograph

8 x 10" $70
Night Cap
vitrograph

8 x 10" $70
Paris Morning
vitrograph

8 x 10" $70
Shalom
vitrograph

8 x 10" $70
Time Flies
vitrograph

8 x 10" $70
Balloon over Paris
vitrograph

10 x 8" $90
Jazz Ensemble
vitrograph

10 x 8" $70
Venice Autumn
vitrograph

10 x 8" $70
Ballet Class
vitrograph

10 x 8" $70
Tree of Life
vitrograph

8 x 10" $70

Call us at 815 436 0370 to order.


Jean Pierre Weill Vitreography is are made in the US, in Baltimore, Md using a process created by Jean Pierre Weill, the artist. These are the best quality and most unique products of the type that we have found for the price.

The items we show on our web-site we have in stock for immediate shipping. Shipping is by ground service, and shipping US (48) depends on the what you purchase. There is no charge for handling or packing, just the actual shipping charges, plus insurance if you want it.
After a successful Fest, we still have many things left. That means you need to come in and go through our stuff. Almost everything is 30% off and we have plenty of jewelry and rings still to sell. This message was brought to you on July 21st.

All images and designs are copyrighted by Jean Pierre Weill Vitreography.