[Watercolor for enamel on copper poppy vase] [art original].

Title: 
[Watercolor for enamel on copper poppy vase] [art original].
Author/Artist: 
Gay, Patricia.
Publisher: 
1900.
Description: 
1 art original : watercolor and pencil on paper ; 30 x 23 cm.
Other Authors: 
Stourbridge Glass Company.
Format of Material: 
Prints & Drawings
Bib ID: 
132149
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Location: 
Secured Stacks - Flat Files
Call Number: 
Unit 13, Drawer 7
Location: 
Digital Image of Drawing
Call Number: 
No call number available
Variant Title: 
EL 22
EL22
Notes: 
Watercolor for enamel on copper vase with poppy decoration, designed to be made in Favrile glass by Tiffany's firm Stourbridge Glass Co., in two views. One view is atop the other; notes are penciled in near each view describing color selection and design details. Views are decorated in shades of blue, green, orange, and red. Pencil sketch on left provides further directives.
"Miss Gay" -- signed in pencil on upper left corner.
"EL 22" -- penciled in on upper left corner. Since the conception of the enamel department in 1898, nearly all Tiffany enamels were labeled EL or SG and numbered sequentially.
"May 11, 1900" -- penciled in on center right.
"Stourbridge Glass Company" -- lightly stamped in purple ink diagonally on lower right corner.
Paper is asymmetrical.
Purchase; Michaan's Auctions; 2012; 2000021149.
Sent to photography January 2013 (photography no. 2000021149).
Sent to Ariel Bullion Ecklund January 2015 for matting.
Image included in the exhibition titled Designing for a new century : works on paper by Lalique and his contemporaries, held at The Rakow Research Library, May 17, 2014-January 4, 2015.
Some staining, especially along left edge.
Small hole in upper left corner.
Object/Material Note: 
Published in Acquisitions, within Notable acquisitions, 2012: AI95675, p. 32-33 (#21) NK5102.C8 .C81n 2012.
Published in Corning Museum of Glass [calendar], winter/spring (January-May) 2014: AI95971, p. [1] (3rd from top).
Published in Annual report 2012, The Corning Museum of Glass: AI94590, p. 11 (bottom left).