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Window - Kindersymphony
  • Kindersymphony
    Wright, Frank Lloyd, born 1867 - died 1959
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Kindersymphony

  • Object:

    Window

  • Place of origin:

    Illinois (probably, made)

  • Date:

    1912 (designed)
    1912 (made)

  • Artist/Maker:

    Wright, Frank Lloyd, born 1867 - died 1959 (designer)

  • Materials and Techniques:

    Clear, opaque and coloured flashed glass.

  • Credit Line:

    Purchased with Art Fund support

  • Museum number:

    C.115:1-1992

  • Gallery location:

    In Storage

Physical description

Geometric design incorporating balloon and confetti motifs and the American flag.
In its original frame.

Place of Origin

Illinois (probably, made)

Date

1912 (designed)
1912 (made)

Artist/maker

Wright, Frank Lloyd, born 1867 - died 1959 (designer)

Materials and Techniques

Clear, opaque and coloured flashed glass.

Dimensions

Height: 1013 mm As framed, Width: 1673 mm As framed, Depth: 117 mm As framed, Weight: 43.5 kg As framed

Object history note

Made for the Avery Coonley Playhouse, Riverside, Chicago, Illinois, an addition to the main house built by Wright in 1907-8. Removed from the house in 1967.

Descriptive line

Clear, opaque and coloured flashed glass. Entitled 'Kindersymphony'. Made by Frank Lloyd Wright. American, 1912.

Production Note

Workshop unknown.

Reason For Production: Commission

Materials

Glass; Stained glass; Zinc

Subjects depicted

Balloon

Categories

Stained Glass

Production Type

Unique

Collection

Ceramics Collection

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