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Overall H: 94 cm, W (max): 56 cm
Not on Display
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Colorless non-lead glass, cased in opal, cased in colorless with yellow, orange, amber and pink mottling; blown in a wood mold, enameled, fired; appendage cut, enameled and assembled with Lepox Rapid (CS). Tall cylindrical vessel with sloping shoulders, narrow necked rimless opening ground flat; one entire side of vessel decorated with enameling, in shoulder area yellow-green enameling of three large vertical rectangles, each framing a stylized head and neck, remainder of vessel wall has heavy black grid, each rectangle frames a black stylized head and neck form; cut and leaded component of adhered sections of yellow-green flat glass extends vertically from vessel opening and arcs from central oval, around two sides of vessel, attaching to walls approximately mid-way; flat section enameled in heavy black grid enclosing intermittant abstract forms; flattened base, no pontil; inscribed in block letters near vessel opening: "Machat 89".
Gallery Bohm, Source
Corning Museum of Glass
Sculpture Gallery
Contemporary Czech Glass
Gallery Bohm 1991-05 through 1991-05
Studio of Glass in the Academy of Applied Arts
Manes House Gallery
The Ways to Postmoderne Art
Museum of Applied Arts 1990 through 1990
The Past Ten Years of Contemporary Glass (1996) illustrated, p. 604, fig. 3; p. 612; BIB# AI48527
Recent Important Acquisitions, 34 (1992) illustrated, p. 149, #55; BIB# AI30154