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Antoine Leperlier’s apprenticeship in pate de verre began in 1968, under the eye of his grandfather, legendary pate de Verre artist François Décorchemont, although it was not until ten years later that he began his own technical research following a period of intensive archival work on Décorchemont’s papers. He has exhibited internationally since 1982, is represented in thirty major international glass collections, and won a number of international awards. He was shortlisted for the Bombay Sapphire Prize in 2005.

 

Allemagne
Coesfeld, Ernsting Stiftung.
München, Alexander Tutsek Stiftung.

France
Biot, Galerie internationale du verre.
Colmar, musée Unterlinden.
Conches-sur-Ouche, Musée du Verre.
Évreux, musée de l’Archevêché.
Grasse, Musée international de la parfumerie.
Meisenthal, Musée du verre et du cristal.
Mulhouse, Musée des beaux-arts.
Nice, Bibliothèque patrimoniale de la Ville de Nice
Paris, Fonds national d’art contemporain.
Paris, musée des Arts décoratifs.Louvre.
Rouen, Collection du Conseil régional de Haute Normandie.
Sars-Poterie, Musée-atelier du verre de Sars-Poterie.
Sèvres, Musée national de céramique.
Vendenheim, Leperlier Glass Art Fund.

États-Unis
Atlanta, High Museum.
Corning, Corning Museum of Glass.
Morristown, Morris Museum.
Scottsdale, Museum for Contemporary Art Glass.
New York .Museum of Art&Design.

Japon
Hokkaido, Museum of Modern Art.
Nagahama, Kurokabe Glass Museum

République tchèque
Novy Bor, Lemberk Castle, collection Cristalex.

Royaume-Uni
Londres, Victoria & Albert Museum.

Suisse
Genève, musée Ariana.
Lausanne, musée du Design et d’Arts appliqués contemporains