Three Moos and a Sigh -- Spring Is Here

Three Moos and a Sigh -- Spring Is Here

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Object Name: 
Three Moos and a Sigh -- Spring Is Here
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Overall H: 30.4 cm, Diam: 12.2 cm
Not on Display
Credit Line: 
Gift of Rick Bernstein
Primary Description: 
Grayish white, red, yellow, blue, brown, green, black and colorless lead glasses; blown, applied decoration picked up from marver. Cylindrical shape, hollow, blown of colorless glass lined with a layer of white, multi-colored designs on the outside show arcs of red, yellow and blue above a brown spotted cow and bull with three red hearts in between above a green mound; on the reverse a ripply music staff above and "3 MOO'S AND S SIGH/ SPRING IS HERE" written below; rough pontil mark on base along with scratched signature, "RICK bERNSTEIN 77".
Bernstein, Richard M., Former Collection
Rick Bernstein 77
Modern and contemporary art glass (2006) illustrated, slide 61 (right); BIB# 130418
Contemporary Glass (1976, v. 1) (1976-1978) illustrated, #9; BIB# 21922