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"The Infant Bacchus" window

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About 1885, made for the summer house of Washington B. Thomas (later the Thomas Kidder House), in Beverly, Massachusetts; by 1910 owned by Doll and Richards Gallery, Boston, MA (lent to MFA by Doll and Richards 12.7.1910--2.9.1911); 1913, lent to MFA by Washington B. Thomas in December 3, 1913; made a gift in 1923.

Credit Line

Gift of Washington B. Thomas

Stained glass window


Object Place

Probably New York, New York


Overall (no frame/glass only): 89 1/16 x 44 3/8 in. Framed (w/original wood frame): 95 1/2 x 48 1/2 x 2 1/4 in. Flat molding of frame measures 2 3/8 in wide from top edge; 1 3/4 in wide from side edges; 3 3/8 in wide from bottom edge

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Medium or Technique

Leaded stained, enameled, and opalescent glass