Flared Bowlc. 1924
Creation Place: North America, Pennsylvania
Medium and Support: matte etched and enameled glass
Credit Line: GIft of the estate of Charles West Wilson
Accession Number: 2021.22
Shortly following the discovery of King Tut's tomb in 1922, the world hecame heavily inspired by Egyptian motifs.This Egyptomania was further heightened in 1924, once the scarcophagus was opened. Here, the Westmoreland reimagines the Egyptian representation of four papyrus umbrels.
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