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Object Name: 
Leaded Glass Panel
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(Frame) H: 81.3 cm, W: 43 cm, Th: .9 cm
Not on Display
Credit Line: 
Gift Judi Jordan
Primary Description: 
Colorless (heavily seeded), translucent white (heavily seeded), transparent orange (light and dark), amethyst, red, gray, opaque black non-lead glasses; Antique and Cathedral glass, lead cane, glass lenses, metal channel frame; cut glass, leaded, assembled. Vertical rectangular panel with abstract geometric design of rectangles, squares, circles and irregular sections; four large colorless lenses (one backed with an opaque reflective surface) are scattered vertically towards left side of panel front; background comprised of large rectangular sections of black, gray, orange, colorless and white, with a few smaller irregular pieces background pieces; towards center base is compact section of four short horizontal rows of six small lenses each in red, amethyst and two cobalt; straight horizontal band of colorless with overall minute bubbles across base.
Sowers, Judi Jordan, Source
Robert Sowers Papers illustrated BIB# 44131