Other Artists - Jean Pierre Weill Vitreography

American (1942 – present)

Jean Pierre Weill Vitreographs – Art on Glass

Jean Pierre Weill Vitreography is a process of drawing and painting on glass matrices. In 1992, Jean-Pierre Weill had an innovative idea.  That is painting in three dimensions by arranging different parts of a single image on multiple levels of glass. There can be one or more plates of glass with painted designs.  This gives the art a truly three dimensional appearance. Jean-Pierre Weill discovered that he could use this technique, which he called “vitreography”™ on a variety of themes.  These include portraits and still-lifes to landscapes, fantasy, and Judaica.

Each Jean Pierre Weill Vitrograph from the gift set collection comes with a gift box.  These are open edition works.  Art from the gift set collection can be hung on the wall.   Or it has an easel backing to sit on a table. Jean Pierre Weill Vitrographs show the artist’s personality and creativity and come 8 x 10″ framed.

Purchase information

We carried Jean Pierre Weill vitreographs in our Gallery.  Take the tour to view our display.  Now, we have moved and no longer have a walk in store.  We are selling our inventory at reduced cost.  You get a good deal. The price is $40 for individual vitrographs.  These are new in the gift box. They have never been displayed.

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

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Available for sale are:

1) The individual vitrographs that are not sold. Available

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Individual Vitreographs