Historical analogy [slide].

Historical analogy [slide].
Grebe, Robin, 1957-
[Cambridge, Mass.], 1986.
glass ; 28 cm. x 11 cm. x 9 cm.
Buechner, Thomas S.
Frantz, Susanne K.
Herman, Lloyd E.
Pâte de verre
Other Authors: 
Buechner, Thomas S. juror
Frantz, Susanne K. juror
Herman, Lloyd E. juror
Libenský, Stanislav, 1921-2002. juror
CMoG: 87.4.37
Bib ID: 
Master slide condition: Scattered residue.
Slide 1 condition: Good, no marks.
Slide 2 condition: Good, no marks.
Copies in drawer: 2
Published in: New Glass Review 8, p. 15, no. 30.
Slide is property of The Corning Museum of Glass. Copyright for image held by artist. CMoG has a nonexclusive license to "reproduce in any form slides of my objects submitted to New Glass Review 8, and to sell those reproductions in any form on the Museum's behalf and without compensation to the artist and sell on the Museum's behalf, and without compensation to the artist. Rights and Reproductions Manager.
Object in the collection of The Corning Museum of Glass, 87.4.37 acquired by the Museum in 1987.
Description in New Glass Review: Pâte de verre.
Description in CMoG glass object database: Colorless, blue, green, gray lead glass (crushed and plate), refractory material; pâte de verre casting. Vertical, rectangular shape box; cobalt blue vertical fused glass box divided in center to create two equal compartments covered with plate glass, each section contains cast stylized female figures; top space has three-fourths length figure wearing blue/gray blouse, head turned to show right profile, in foreground are three smaller busts each head turned progressively further to its right (viewer's left). The lower space holds casting of the Mona Lisa with impressionistically painted landscape background; unsigned. Backing is made of plaster.
Technique: Pâte de verre.
Type: Sculpture.
Image orientation: portrait.
New Glass Review 8; entry no. 274.3.86
New Glass Review winner ; NGR 8 no. 30