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Page Hazlegrove (American, 1956–1997)
Object Place: Dedham, Massachusetts, United States
Overall: 17.8 × 40.6 × 40.6 cm (7 × 16 × 16 in.)
Medium or Technique
Not On View
Wide bowl made of frosted transluscent glass. From the rim grows thick, thorny protrusions. Thorns are colorless, the body is pink, and the bottom has a dark purple crescent shape (large circle with a small half-circle cut out of the edge).
1996, purchased from the artist by Lucy L. Hazelgrove (mother of the artist), Roanoke, Virginia; 1997, gift to the MFA by Lucy L. Hazelgrove (Accession date: January 2, 1997).
Gift of Lola Dunn and Thomas Middleton Levis