Envy-Ruptus

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Object Name: 
3-part Sculpture
Title: 
Envy-Ruptus
Place Made: 
Accession Number: 
87.4.16
Dimensions: 
Overall H: 170.2 cm, W(base): 55.3 cm, D: 45.8 cm
Location: 
Not on Display
Date: 
1986
Credit Line: 
Part gift/part purchase of the Anne O'Brien Gallery
Primary Description: 
Transparent aqua non-lead glass, black and red paint, wood, burl, marble; mold-blown, cut, wrapped and painted synthetic materials, burnished and drilled wood. Stylized, tapered vertical figure on irregular base; stylized head has been irregularly cut open to form a gaping "mouth" with painted lips and brushed black facial features; long tapered neck extend to mold-blown rib cage, which extends into long, tapered point of wrapped and painted synthetic materials; point tip sits in burnished brain-shaped wooden burl, stacked upon large, roughly faceted chunk of white marble; inscribed: "John F. Clark 1986".
Department: 
Provenance: 
Anne O'Brien Gallery, Source
1987-01-22
Inscription: 
Jon F. Clark 1986
signature
Title Unknown (Anne O'Brien Gallery)
Venue(s)
Anne O'Brien Gallery 1987 through 1987
Recent Important Acquisitions, 30 (1988) illustrated, p. 117, #44; BIB# AI20606
The Corning Museum of Glass Annual Report 1987 (1988) p. 6;