Tiffany Country

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Object Name: 
Leaded Glass Panel
Title: 
Tiffany Country
Place Made: 
Accession Number: 
92.4.140
Dimensions: 
(Frame) H: 76.3 cm, W: 48.2 cm
Location: 
Not on Display
Date: 
1971
Credit Line: 
Gift Judi Jordan
Primary Description: 
Colorless, transparent light blue, cobalt, aqua, chartreuse, pale amber, opaque black non-lead glasses; Antique and Cathedral glass, glass lenses, lead cane, metal channel frame; cut glass, leaded, assembled. Vertical rectangular panel generally comprised of three tall vertical sections; center/widest section consists of stacked rows of horizontal rectangles of alternating aqua (larger) and cobalt (smaller), base section is colorless; center section flanked on each side by sections made up of largely irregular pieces of pale amber, chartreuse, both blues, colorless and translucent white, scattered small sections of black, details of small lenses (one on left, three on right); unsigned.
Department: 
Provenance: 
Sowers, Judi Jordan, Source
Personal Visions / Silent Voices
Venue(s)
Robert Lehman Gallery 1991-09-29 through 1991-11-10
Robert Sowers: Stained Glass
Venue(s)
Museum of Contemporary Crafts of the American Crafts Council 1975-01-17 through 1975-03-02
 
The Tiffany Legacy: An Interview with John D'Agostino (1991-11/12) 38-39;
Robert Sowers : Stained Glass (1975)