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Kindersymphony

Window
1912 (designed), 1912 (made)
Artist/Maker
Place Of Origin

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


object details
Category
Object Type
Parts
This object consists of 3 parts.

  • Triptych (One Panel of Three)
  • Triptych (One Panel of Three)
  • Triptych (One Panel of Three)
Materials and Techniques
Clear, opaque and coloured flashed glass.
Brief Description
Clear, opaque and coloured flashed glass. Entitled 'Kindersymphony'. Made by Frank Lloyd Wright. American, 1912.
Physical Description
Geometric design incorporating balloon and confetti motifs and the American flag.

In its original frame.
Dimensions
  • As framed height: 1013mm
  • As framed width: 1673mm
  • As framed depth: 117mm
  • As framed weight: 43.5kg
2008 dims taken by Tech Svs for Art Deco exhibition
Production typeUnique
Credit line
Purchased with Art Fund support
Object history
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.
Production
Workshop unknown.



Reason For Production: Commission
Subject depicted
Collection
Accession Number
C.115:1-1992

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record createdJuly 22, 1998
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