Untitled with Apples

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Untitled with Apples
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(a&b) H: 33 cm; (b) W: 26.2 cm, Depth: 29.3 cm
Not on Display
Primary Description: 
Colorless non-lead glass cube (appearing translucent white), plaster, glass enamels, oil paint, marble, steel; Apples: blown cup, enameled on inside, heated, filled with hot glass, picked up on end of punty rod and shaped, stems applied hot; cast block of glass and plaster in cire perdue technique; painted figures in relief; solid cube of fused glass topped, with four life-size green apples, with black stems; each vertical side of cube decorated, with form in relief (dog, bird, female, male) painted in gray and ochre; metal and marble base joined with silicone; cube sits on squarish marble base, with two sides cut straight and joined at a right angle; two other sides irregularly broken; flat steel plate, with four low ground feet is cut to shape of marble and adhered to it; inscribed on base in script: Janusz Walentynowicz 1989.
Anne O'Brien Gallery, Source
Title Unknown (Anne O'Brien Gallery)
Anne O'Brien Gallery 1989 through 1989
New Glass Review, 11 (1989) illustrated, p. 28, #92;
Untitled with Four Apples (1989) illustrated BIB# 105396