American Prairie School Stained and Zinc Framed Glass Three-Part Window
American Prairie School Stained and Zinc Framed Glass Three-Part Window American Prairie School Stained and Zinc Framed Glass Three-Part Window American Prairie School Stained and Zinc Framed Glass Three-Part Window American Prairie School Stained and Zinc Framed Glass Three-Part Window American Prairie School Stained and Zinc Framed Glass Three-Part Window American Prairie School Stained and Zinc Framed Glass Three-Part Window American Prairie School Stained and Zinc Framed Glass Three-Part Window American Prairie School Stained and Zinc Framed Glass Three-Part Window American Prairie School Stained and Zinc Framed Glass Three-Part Window American Prairie School Stained and Zinc Framed Glass Three-Part Window

American Prairie School Stained and Zinc Framed Glass Three-Part Window

Ref: AR6990

An antique, Prairie School stained glass window with three panes of fine quality with iridescent, handblown glass similar in quality to Tiffany or Quezal. It is similar in design to the famous Tree of Life windows designed by Frank Lloyd Wright that were made by the Linden Glass Company in Chicago. 

Provenance: salvaged from a commercial building (Clark Street, Wrigleyville, Chicago, IL).
c. 1910
W 65 H 41 in.
See also: AR6975, AR6976, AR6977, AR6978, AR6979, AR6980, AR6981, AR6982, AR6983, AR6984, AR6985, AR6986, AR6987, AR6988, AR6989, AR6990.
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