Persian Installation, Poggianti-Schulman Wall
hand-blown glass, metal armature, halogen lighting
52 h × 76 w × 21.75 d in (132 × 193 × 55 cm)
The Poggianti-Schulman Wall exhibits all the key elements of Chihuly's architectural Persian wall sculptures of the period 1988 to 1992: limit-defying scale, elastic form, vibrant concentric layers of color complimented with lip wraps, and integral lighting producing exaggerated colored shadows.
This work is registered with the artist as #372.91.3.
Provenance: Acquired directly from the artist via Betsy Rosenfeld Gallery, Chicago by the present owner
Literature: Chihuly: Form from Fire, exhibition catalog, pg. 135
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