Archangel Uriel

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Object Name: 
Archangel Uriel
Accession Number: 
Overall H: 25.2 cm, W: 20.5 cm
On Display
Credit Line: 
Gift of the artist
Primary Description: 
Plaque, "Archangel Uriel". Transparent blue, striated with colorless and transparent amber lead glasses; melted in a cire perdue mold of gypsum and flint. Thick rectangular panel with vertical format and semi-matte surface from mold; stylized head in high relief of a female (3/4 view) with flowing hair, neck emerges from lower left corner, head almost fills the composition format; edge of front surface has slightly raised rectangular border above beveled sides which end in undulating mold overflow; back side of panel is smooth; impressed in reverse in the mold: lower front left vertical edge in vertical configuration: "EDRIS"; lower right corner along base edge: "1968".
Eckhardt, Edris (Edith Aline) ((American, 1907-1998)), Source
Corning Museum of Glass 2005-11-17 through 2006-04-02
Corning Incorporated Gallery 2006-07-12 through 2007-01-06
Masterpieces of American Glass
Museum of Applied Arts 1990-07-27 through 1990-09-02
State Hermitage Museum 1990-09-15 through 1990-10-21
Museum of the State Institute of Glass 1990-11-02 through 1991-01-04
American Glass Art of the 1950's: A Forgotten Era
Museum of American Glass at Wheaton Village 1987-01-20 through 1987-05-01
Edris Eckhardt, Artist in Glass
Corning Museum of Glass 1968-06 through 1968-06
Jurors' Choice (New Glass Review 32) (2011) illustrated, p. 84, top; BIB# AI95693
Musler Cityscape (family) (2011)BIB# 134404
Musler Cityscape (adult) (2011)BIB# 134405
American Studio Glass 1960-1990 (2004) illustrated, pp. 38-40; BIB# 81488
Plastik sanatlarda cam malzemenin uygulanisi (2003) illustrated, p. 59, fig. 3.17; BIB# 120381
Uncovering treasures in the Empire State (1999) p. 135;
The Corning Museum of Glass and the Finger Lakes Region (1993) illustrated, p. 32, #48; BIB# 35681
Masterpieces of American Glass (1990) illustrated, pp. 62, 95, pl. 96; BIB# 33046