Paysage sous Marin (Underwater Seascape)

Title: 
Paysage sous Marin (Underwater Seascape)

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Object Name: 
Gemmail Panel
Title: 
Paysage sous Marin (Underwater Seascape)
Place Made: 
Accession Number: 
93.3.6
Dimensions: 
Lightbox H: 95 cm, W: 113.7 cm, D: 24.9 cm; Panel H: 81.3 cm, W: 100.5 cm
Location: 
Not on Display
Date: 
about 1954
Credit Line: 
Gift of Pittsburgh Plate Glass Co.
Web Description: 
Designed and signed by Michele Katz Lanoir; technique invented by artist Jean Crotti (1870-1958); panel assembled by "gemmists" in the Paris studio of Roger Malherbe-Navarre called Les Gemmaux de France. Included in the Corning Museum of Glass' 1959 exhibition, “Glass 1959: A Special Exhibition of International Contemporary Glass.” Included in the 1962 “Masterpieces in Glass” traveling exhibition by Pittsburgh Plate Glass Co.
Department: 
Provenance: 
Pittsburgh Plate Glass Co., Source
Color: 
Material: 
Primary Description: 
Gemmail Panel, "Paysage sous Marin (Underwater Seascape)". Gemmail panel in wood frame/ light box. Multicolored pieces of glass; layered, fused.
Masterpieces in Glass
A travelling exhibition by Pittsburgh Plate Glass Co.
Glass 1959: A Special Exhibition of International Contemporary Glass
Venue(s)
Corning Museum of Glass 1959 through 1959