Thoughts of James Watts

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Object Name: 
Stained Glass Panel
Thoughts of James Watts
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Overall H: 97.5 cm, W: 89.6 cm
Not on Display
Primary Description: 
Colorless, transparent shades of green, amber, yellow, smoked, violet, translucent red non-lead glasses; cut, leaded, lead around tie has been filed. Almost square format depicting bust of elderly man wearing shirt and tie, in profile, facing right, colorless textured glass, outlined in varying widths of lead (tie lead is serrated); background behind figure is a grid of small green squares punctuated on far left and lower right by small rectangles of red; right of figure is long vertical panel of amber, broad lower band of smoked and violet flanking both sides of torso bordered by a narrow panel of yellow; metal frame painted gray; inscribed on lower right amber panel: "Garth Edwards 1982 c".
Edwards, Garth, Source
Garth Edwards