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|Title||Wisteria windowpane (larger) 1913|
|Published||Vancouver : Museum of Vancouver|
|Contributor||Museum of Vancouver|
One of a set of four windows removed from the "Duart" mansion at 1337 Balfour/3741 Hudson Street, Vancouver, at its demolition. They are very good examples of the approach to external and internal decoration during the Edwardian period.
Window composed of rectangular mullions of textured, clear glass; along the sides and bottoms is thin band of yellow tinted glass; the central area is undecorated, while the side areas are painted with enamel to represent wisteria vines. Wooden frame painted white on both sides.