Respecting the Bag

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Object Name: 
Stained Glass Panel
Title: 
Respecting the Bag
Accession Number: 
2018.4.35
Dimensions: 
Overall H: 62.7 cm, W: 82.8 cm, D: 15.4 cm
Location: 
Not on Display
Date: 
1992
Credit Line: 
Gift of Elmerina and Paul Parkman
Primary Description: 
Stained Glass Panel, "Respecting the Bag". Multicolored stained glass, lead came, wood frame, light box; assembled. Rectangular stained glass panel of a nude woman reclining on a blue dress while holding her left breast. The woman is wearing heeled shoes and bag over her head. A gun, a brassiere, and a pair of glasses are scattered around her on a tile floor. Seven hands holding guns punch through the floral print walls surrounding the figure. Twenty square panels of different colors frame the central room. Each tile bears the same design of a hand holding a gun while punching through a target (identical to the gun motif on the floral print walls). Circular medallion on handle of each gun inscribed with "JS" monogram.
Provenance: 
Parkman, Elmerina, Source
1996-02-23
to
2018-11-01
Snyderman Gallery, Former Collection
1996-02-23
Parkman, Paul, Source
1996-02-23
to
2018-11-01
Color: 
Technique: 
Inscription: 
2 new "gro" lights / installed 11/9/00
inscription
Hand-written on back in red marker
HELANDER GALLERY / JUDITH SCHAECHTER / Respecting the Bag, 1992 / stained glass / 20 x 29 inches / 594 Broadway, New York, New York 10012 212 966-9797
label
Affixed on back rectangular paper label with printed and typed text
SNYDERMAN / GALLERY / JUDITH SCHAECHTER / "RESPECTING THE BAG" 1992 / stained glass / 21"h x 29"w x 6"d / 303 CHERRY STREET PHILADELPHIA PA 19106
label
Affixed on back rectangular paper label with printed and typed text
JS
monogram
Stained in circular medallion on handles of guns
JS / 1992
signature
Stained lower right corner
The Corning Museum of Glass Annual Report 2018 (2019) illustrated, p. 45; BIB# 718683
Recent Important Acquisitions, 39 (1997) illustrated, pp. 157-195; BIB# AI5243
New Glass Review, 14 (1993) illustrated, p. 25, #69;