Coloured sketch for one of two lunettes above The Eve of St. Agnes window [art original].

Coloured sketch for one of two lunettes above The Eve of St. Agnes window [art original].

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Clarke, Harry, 1889-1931.
1 art original : watercolor, pencil, and ink on paper ; 51 x 67 cm.
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Prints & Drawings
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Unit 15, Drawer 3
Digital Image of Drawing
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No call number available
Drawing is a half-circle arc shape with a branch-like illustration in the center surrounded by various plants and animals. A border surrounds the drawing with floral images throughout.
"Left top, interchange all colours and ornament other than main lines in opposite ope" -- penciled in on top right corner; "1326" -- appears above inscription in black ink.
A photocopy of "The Eve of St. Agnes" window is taped to the verso of backing board.
An order number label is affixed to verso of backing board.
Document, Archive
Displayed in the exhibition titled "Selections from the Rakow Research Library", held at the Rakow Research Library March 19-May 17, 2015.
Drawing and original backing are inserted in a heavy plastic sleeve.
Object/Material Note: 
Published in Corning Museum of Glass Annual Report, 1996: AI95179, p. 26.
Published in "The artfulness of utility" by Regan Brumagen within The Flow, fall 2011: AI85730, p. 31 (fig. 9) TP859.2.F64 Fall 2011.