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Drawing, Design for Stained Glass Window, Saint Peter's Episcopal Church, Albany, NY

This is a Drawing. It was created by Sir Edward Burne-Jones and company: Morris & Co.. It is dated ca. 1870 and we acquired it in 1946. Its medium is pen and black ink, brush and watercolor, over graphite on wove paper. It is a part of the Drawings, Prints, and Graphic Design department.

It is credited Museum purchase in memory of Mrs. Charles B. Alexander.

Its dimensions are

21.8 × 13.7 cm (8 9/16 × 5 3/8 in.)

It is inscribed

Inscribed in pen and black ink, at top: St. Peter's Church Albany NY / 1/2 inch scale; lower left: Morris & Company / 26 Queen Square / Bloomsbury London; left center, in Burne-Jones' hand: Note. This / figure / Melchisedech / should be in / the centre / space; in graphite, by another hand, left center: Melchisedech; lower margin: Annunciation Nativity Adoration; right center: David; upper center: Abraham

Cite this object as

Drawing, Design for Stained Glass Window, Saint Peter's Episcopal Church, Albany, NY; Company: Morris & Co. (United Kingdom); England; pen and black ink, brush and watercolor, over graphite on wove paper; 21.8 × 13.7 cm (8 9/16 × 5 3/8 in.); Museum purchase in memory of Mrs. Charles B. Alexander; 1946-71-4

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