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As background information, you might be interested in Gail Bardhan's article "Breaking the Glass Ceiling: Women Working with Glass" (2012), which mentions Jaroslava Brychtová, in All About Glass on The Corning Museum of Glass (CMoG) website.
"There at the Beginning: Early Studio Glass from the Parkman Collection," a 2017 CMoG blog post, features four women who were early studio glass artists:
The following include additional information and perspectives on women in the early studio glass movement.
- Kohler, Lucartha. Women Working in Glass. Atglen, PA: Schiffer Pub. Ltd., 2003.
Kohler's book features the following women glass artists who were active in the 1960s:
- Paula Bartron
- Asa Brandt
- Jane Bruce
- Pat Esch
- Audrey Handler
- Harriet Hyams
- Joan Reep
- Pauline Solven
- Sylvia Vigiletti
- Mary White
- Zynsky, Toots. "Women Who Helped Pave the Way." The Glass Art Society Journal (2012): 52.
Zynsky discusses the influence of the following women glass artists on her work:
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