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Overall H: 200 cm, W: 400 cm
Not on Display
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Gift in part of Art Centrum and the artist
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Colorless flat glass; sandblasted, enameled; metal frame. Standing screen with glass panels inserted into metal framing; scene depicts man wearing hat and heavy, treaded boots, at the wheel of a heavy vehicle, possibly a tractor or harvesting machine, with landscape of hills in background.
Art Centrum, Former Collection
Rybak, Jaromir (Czech, b. 1952), Former Collection
Corning Museum of Glass
Sculpture Gallery
Czechoslovakian Glass 1350-1980
Corning Museum of Glass 1981-05-02 through 1981-11-01
Six centuries of objects from five Czechoslovakian museums and more than 20 contemporary Czech glass artists. From the geographic region of Czechoslovakia known as Bohemia, came (and continues to come) a dazzling sequence of decorative designs and techniques for the embellishment of glass. The history of the Czechoslovakian artist is not simply a catalog of applied decorative techniques, but a sequential array of innovations and improvements that have often set the standard for the rest of the world.
Sand Carving Glass : A Beginner's Guide (1986) p. 8, ill.; BIB# 23290
Recent Important Acquisitions, 25 (1983) illustrated, p. 275, #57; BIB# AI98084
Czechoslovakian Glass: 1350-1980 (Exhibition) (1981) illustrated, pp. 129, 162, #127; BIB# 30316