The Feather and the Primrose Art Glass Panels by Alphonse Mucha (1899) were adapted from color lithographs. The Feather was the first of the Primrose and Feather panels to be published. On the Feather panel, geometric mosaic motif contrasts with the floral ornamental circle inspired by nature in the companion piece Primrose.
The Reverie Art Glass Panel by Alphonse Mucha (1897) is adapted from an illustration originally designed to serve as the 1898 Champenois company calendar. However, its immediate popularity led to its swift publication by the magazine La Plume as a decorative panel with the title Reverie (daydream). Mucha's design shows a dreamy-eyed young woman leafing through a book of decorative designs. The prominent disk behind her is elaborately decorated with flowers and their stems forming a lace-like pattern.
On each glass panel, enamel colors are individually applied to a single sheet of glass which is then kiln fired to permanently fuse the enamels to the glass. The glass panels are then framed with a copper patina metal came for an antique feel, and includes the hanging chains and clear acrylic stands for desk or table display. Dimensions: Ht: 12” W: 5” (left/right). Ht: 12" W: 9" (middle).
Alfons Maria Mucha (1860-1939), often known in English and French as Alphonse Mucha, was a Czech Art Nouveau painter and decorative artist best known for his distinct style. He produced many paintings, illustrations, and advertisements as well as designs for jewelry, home furnishings and theatre sets. This art glass panel has been developed in association with The Mucha Foundation, an independent, non-profit charity devoted to preserving and conserving the Mucha Trust Collection.
This Frank Lloyd Wright Saguaro and Cactus Flowers Wood Framed Stained Glass vividly recreates one of Wright's most popular designs. The design is one of a number of Liberty Magazine cover designs from 1926-27 that the editors thought to be too "radical" and never used. In 1973 there was a fire in the Arizona Biltmore. This graphic was selected from...
This Frank Lloyd Wright Tree of Life art glass pattern is found in several variations in Frank Lloyd Wright's Darwin D. Martin House. The four-pot variation is found on the central landing of the Martin House stairway. This exquisite adaptation of the Tree of Life stained glass window is framed with a copper patina frame for an antique feel and is...
The Frank Lloyd Wright Bradley House Skylight Stained Glass is adapted from the dining room ceiling of the B. Harley Bradley House (Kankakee, Illinois, 1900), which is widely recognized as Wright's first Prairie Style design. This stained glass panel has been developed in association with the Frank Lloyd Wright Foundation. On this glass panel, enamel colors are individually applied to...
The Frank Lloyd Wright Willits House Stained Glass is adapted from the Wright design for a skylight from the Willits House. On this glass panel, enamel colors are individually applied to a single sheet of glass which is then kiln fired to permanently fuse the enamels to the glass. The glass panel is then framed with a metal came and...