Lucienne Bloch (1909 – 1999) was a Switzerland-born American artist. She was best known for her murals and for her association with the Mexican artist Diego Rivera. Bloch was born in Geneva, Switzerland, the youngest child of composer and photographer Ernest Bloch. In 1917, the Bloch family emigrated to America. A multi-talented artist, Lucienne attended the École nationale supérieure des Beaux-Arts in Paris at 14, apprenticing with sculptor Antoine Bourdelle and painter Andre Lhote. Her close friend Beniamino Bufano also influenced her sculpture. In 1929, she pioneered the design of glass sculpture for the Royal Leerdam Crystal Glass Factory in the Netherlands.
Leerdam N.V. Glasfabriek. Founded in Leerdam in 1878. Under the direction of P.M. Cochius the factory began to modernize business operations, laying the foundations for the craft industry. K.P.C. The Basel was the first artist to design a range of glassware for him. In 1929, Andries Copier received the artistic leadership of the glass factory. After the Basel, there were still more external designers; Cornelis de Lorm, Chris Lanooy, H.P. Berlage and Chris Lebeau. After 1930, the production of use glass and Unica glassware was handed to Copier, Floris Meydam, Willem Heesen and Sybren Valkema.