Entombment: Station 14

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Object Name: 
Panel
Title: 
Entombment: Station 14
Accession Number: 
83.4.102
Dimensions: 
Overall H: 81.8 cm, W: 61.5 cm
Location: 
Not on Display
Date: 
1982
Primary Description: 
Pale gray-green tinted glass; prepared sheet glass, cut, sandblasted, assembled. Rectangular; two sheets of flat glass sandwiched together; in metal frame; slight texturing on glass surfaces; inside of outer sheet and outside of inner sheet sandblasted; motif depicts entombment of Christ; central sandblasted rectangle with ragged upper edge and black stripe through center; rectangle rests partly on sandblasted background, partly over dark unsandblasted ground below which resembles entrance to tomb.
Department: 
Series: 
The Stations of the Cross
Provenance: 
Tucson Museum of Art, Source
1983-07-13
Inscription: 
RK XIV 82
signature
Reflections on Glass: 20th Century Stained Glass in American Art and Architecture
Venue(s)
Gallery of the American Bible Society 2002-11-04 through 2003-04-28
Sculptural Glass
Venue(s)
Tucson Museum of Art 1983-02-13 through 1983-04-03
Owens-Illinois, Inc.
 
Reflections on Glass: 20th Century Stained Glass in American art and Architecture (2002) illustrated, p. 116, fig.62; p. 175; BIB# 74541
The Corning Museum of Glass Annual Report 1983 (1984) p. 6;
Recent Important Acquisitions, 26 (1984) illustrated, p. 150, #45; BIB# AI13534
Sculptural Glass (1983) illustrated, v. 1 pp. 18-19 (related objects), v. 2 plate 5; BIB# 22339