Design drawing comprised of three black trefoil designs that make up larger trefoil. Within trefoils are vibrantly colored floral and plant designs in shades of blue, purple, orange, crimson, green, and yellow.
Trefoils are often found in Gothic architecture and are formed from three partially-overlapping circles.
One of the corners has been cut away, probably the lower left corner because in this customary position the trefoils are positioned with two rings at same height resting upon single ring below.
"X" -- penciled in on top right corner; a pencil sketch, possibly of a religious structure, appears on lower right corner.
Photographed October 2009 (Photography number 1000078578).
Originally intended for the exhibition titled "Drawings for American stained glass" held at the Rakow Research Library from May 17-December 31, 2010. It was not included due to space restraints.