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Leaded Glass Panel
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H: 76.7 cm, W: 45.3 cm
Not on Display
Credit Line: 
Gift Judi Jordan
Primary Description: 
Colorless, translucent white, transparent amethyst, red, cobalt, opaque black, striated opal/red "X" tiles, colorless and transparent pink lenses; Antique and Cathedral glass, glass lenses, striated "X" tiles, lead cane, metal channel frame; cut glass, leaded, assembled. Tall vertical panel with symmetrical abstract design of squares, rectangles and circles; upper half has pair of large long vertical amethyst rectangles flanking central section of alternating horizontal bars of black and translucent white separated by narrow bands of red, lowest band of red has center red circle, from this point (approximately half-way) downward design consists of grid of small rectangles, circles, lenses and "X" tiles, in slightly asymmetrical pattern; bottom corners filled with black rectangles; unsigned.
Sowers, Judi Jordan, Source
Robert Sowers: Stained Glass
Museum of Contemporary Crafts of the American Crafts Council 1975-01-17 through 1975-03-02
Robert Sowers : Stained Glass (1975)