Influential in modern design, Victor Horta (1861-1947) renowned Belgian architect and designer, first used glass and iron in his design of the Royal Greenhouses of Lacken. Horta, a proponent of Art Nouveau which features graceful curves, symmetrical and geometric designs, is accomplished in this elegantly balanced window featuring a stylized flowering plant of rose and green shades. Beautifully balanced, this art glass window is accented with sparkling lavender, lemon yellow, and spring green with a cobalt blue frame backed by clear textured glass that lets in the warmth of the glistening sun and exquisite Art Nouveau style to any room. With an artisan's eye, each of Design Toscano's distinct pieces of high quality art glass are hand-cut, copper-foiled, and individually soldered in glazier's came, taking over two full days to create. Our exclusive work of high quality stained glass art has the look of a fine period antique. Scroll brackets and chains are included for window hanging. This is authentic, hand-crafted art glass; variations of texture and color are part of the process. 17"Wx17"H. 4 lbs.