Two Glass Rod Panels Set in a Door

Object Name: 
Two Glass Rod Panels Set in a Door

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Object Name: 
Two Glass Rod Panels Set in a Door
Accession Number: 
2019.6.3 B
Dimensions: 
Overall H: 232 cm, W: 72 cm, D: 17 cm
Location: 
Not on Display
Date: 
1880-1930
Credit Line: 
Gift of Tracy Burke in memory of Dr. and Mrs. Gene E. Burke
Primary Description: 
Two Glass Rod Panels Set in a Door. Hot-worked glass, Chinese ink painting on paper. Two glass rod panels framed in black wood, mounted into red lacquer door, cut-paper figures, trees and landscapes in the manner of Chinese ink painting, sandwiched between diagonally assembled glass rods, protected on both sides by later-added plate glass. First panel shows three figures standing on a hill situated beneath a tree. Second panel shows three figures situated beneath a tree; one figure is holding a staff.
Department: 
Provenance: 
Shi, A Mu Ruo, Former Collection
Xiangzuo, Zhang, Former Collection
Burke, Tracy, Source
2014
to
2019-07-08
Burke, Gene E. (American, 1929-2014), Former Collection
2014
Burke, Jean (American, 1934-2011), Former Collection
2011
Turning Back the Clock: Nostalgic Mélange in Houston (1975) illustrated, p. 102; BIB# 718682