Suite of 3 semicircular stained glass windows with abstract polychrome decoration



What I like

I like the fact of having a very unique work of art, painted by an artist related to the abstract expressionism of the 1960s: the stained glass windows are rare and one can think that these three works are sketches which were then made on a large scale, for a collective building such as a town hall or a religious building, or intended for a specific architect’s house. It is also possible that these three stained glass windows were a work in definitive size, thought of as a triptych, integrated or not into an architecture. In any case, the artist wanted to play on the material and the light passing through the unpainted glass through the color of the stained glass pigments. I like the possibility of presenting them as independent works of art by themselves, or by the possibility of integrating them into a masonry architecture, to give a unique cachet to an interior. The power of these three compositions, functioning as a triptych, attests to the value of the painter, unfortunately unknown

Technical description

Suite of 3 stained glass windows in the shape of a semicircular arch with polychrome abstract decoration in glass and enamels applied in thickness.

Circa 1960-80.

Tiny chip at the lower edge of one.

Dimensions and weight

Dimensions of each plate: Height: 111.6 cm – Width : 35cm

Weight: 15kg

Mix & Match

These three stained glass windows are unique works of art: they can therefore be integrated wherever you decide to show art: both in a classic apartment, on a triptych fireplace, with backlighting, ‘with furniture relating to their date of creation, between 1960 and 1980: what tone they will give to the Danish living room in waxed oak by Borge Jensen and Sonner or to the pair of Adirondack armchairs by Philippe Parent, whose green appears in the stained glass! They can also splash color on the pair of Grass Hopper armchairs by Sonja Wasseur, with geometric shapes and dark leather, which have a native austere elegance.

Of course, this work of art will happily join some of the works we offer: nothing better than their colored accents to enliven the matte gray metal surfaces of the very large sculpture “Colonnes, 1966” by Guillaume Leunens or those bronzed by the “Composition Metalica” tapestry by Enrique Broglia! Their brilliance will play with the abstract geometry of “Composition, circa 1950/1951” by Edgard Pillet, their way of using the medium of glass will study the art of Maurice Legendre for Daum when he made his “Warrior” in crystal clay!

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The designer

I do not know the artist of the 1960s and 1980s who created this singular work: few have faced the creation of stained glass, because it is a long and expensive creation. The designer plays with the opposition between transparent glass and color in his abstract composition with mastery. That I would like to know if this is a completed project and for whom?

The editor

There are few large houses left producing stained glass on the boxes of great artists or cardboard makers, but it may be a unique creation by a master glass painter. There are certainly sponsors: but here again, we have no indications, except that it was a person or a group sensitive to contemporary and abstract art.

A beautiful and authentic opus at a fair price

This triptych has been carefully selected for its aesthetic qualities, its originality and its fair price. Our choice favors above all the acuity of the design, guarantee of a valorization of your new acquisition in your interior and of an ability to dialogue with your furniture, to agree and to mix to create a unique decoration.

Buying modern works of art is a reasonable investment, and it preserves the resources of our planet!

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Weight 15 kg
Dimensions 35 × 111,6 cm

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Dominique de Paillerets is passionate about objects and art. He likes to combine Design furniture from the 70s and the 18th century, in the spirit Combining refinement and the spirit of the seventies

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