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Overall H: 41.2 cm, W: 91 cm
On Display
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Gift of Judi Jordan Sowers
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Colorless glass flashed with cobalt, opaque black enamel, transparent red and amber enamel; cut, acid-etched, stained, painted, plated. Long horizontal panel comprised of four vertical rectangular framed sections of leaded glass pieces; overall design depicting large stylized and abstracted fish with fanned tail, motif is rendered by broad painted stroked of enamel and overlapping patches of color produced by etching through layers of glass.
Sowers, Robert (American, 1923-1990), Former Collection
Sowers, Judi Jordan, Source
Recent Important Acquisitions, 35 (1993) illustrated, p. 130, #27; BIB# AI32226
The Corning Museum of Glass Annual Report 1992 (1993) illustrated, p. 21; BIB# AI96377