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Overall H: 55 cm, W: 24.3 cm, D: 21.5 cm
On Display
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This sculpture was part of the collection of early modern glass assembled by Harvey Littleton, the “father” of American studio glass. He used the collection to teach his students about glassworking processes.
Littleton, Harvey K. (American, 1922-2013), Source
Roubicek / 1971
Signature and date
Engraved Lower body
Primary Description: 
Transparent amber-orange glass; blown and hot-worked. Abstract "vertical" sculpture with tripod base formed of asymmetrical pulled and pinched glass "leaves" around a central hollow shaft.
Contemporary Glass Sculptures and Panels: Selections from the Corning Museum of Glass (2008) illustrated, p. 15, 60-61 (fig. 20, plate 6); BIB# 107478
Recent Important Acquisitions (2006) illustrated, p. 122; BIB# AI98523
Recent Acquisitions (2005) illustrated, p. 13, bottom (middle); BIB# AI66556
Sklo = Glass / Miluse Roubickova, Rene Roubicek (1999) illustrated, pp. 58, 66; BIB# 63407
Contemporary Art Glass (1975) p. 87; BIB# 27552