Marquand Window

If only Henry G. Marquand would have come to Admiral, he could’ve had the real thing. As it was, he had to make do with a sketch.

This stained glass trompe l’oeil (deceives the eye) piece is now exhibited in the Museum of the City of New York.

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Henry G. Marquand House Conservatory Window 1883 – 1884

Designer: Richard Morris Hunt (1827 – 1895)

Maker: Eugene Stanislas Oudinot (1827 – 1889)