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A643 Stained glass panel, lead / glass, made by George Hulme, Sydney Technical College, Sydney, New South Wales, Australia, 1900-1907. Click to enlarge.

Stained glass panel with waratah design by George Hulme

Designed
Rectangular panel composed of shaped glass pieces set within lead bands. The image is composed against a cream ground and consists of sinuous tendrils of eucalyptus framing both sides and bottom. The central portion is a columnar arrangement of waratahs, flannel flowers, christmas bush and native fuchsia (elopea speciosissima R Br., Acinotus helianthi, Ceratopetalum gummi ferum, Epacris) in shades of red, green, yellow, pink and brown.

Summary

Object No.

A643

Object Statement

Stained glass panel, lead / glass, made by George Hulme, Sydney Technical College, Sydney, New South Wales, Australia, 1900-1907

Physical Description

Rectangular panel composed of shaped glass pieces set within lead bands. The image is composed against a cream ground and consists of sinuous tendrils of eucalyptus framing both sides and bottom. The central portion is a columnar arrangement of waratahs, flannel flowers, christmas bush and native fuchsia (elopea speciosissima R Br., Acinotus helianthi, Ceratopetalum gummi ferum, Epacris) in shades of red, green, yellow, pink and brown.

Dimensions

Height

860 mm

Width

960 mm

Depth

35 mm

Production

Notes

George Hulme made and designed the stained glass panel at the Sydney Technical College, Sydney, New South Wales, Australia.

Source

Credit Line

Purchased 1907

Acquisition Date

21 February 1907

Cite this Object

Harvard

Stained glass panel with waratah design by George Hulme 2021, Museum of Applied Arts & Sciences, accessed 21 September 2021, <https://ma.as/186256>

Wikipedia

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