Sander Blondeel stained glass artworks
Scope and Contents
The Sander Blondeel stained glass artwork consists of two panes. One pane is untitled and is composed of an abstract image. The other it titled Victoria Park, Berlin and depicts a park with waterfall and path leading up to a catherdral with abstract spires. Both pieces are part of the Deaf Studies Archive.
- Creation: 2011, 2014
- Blondeel, Sander (Person)
Conditions Governing Access
This collection is open to researchers.
Biographical / Historical
Belgian stained glass artist Sander Blondeel was born deaf to a hearing family. His father was also a stained glass artist. Blondeel’s windows decorate buildings at Gallaudet University and RIT’s National Technical Institute of the Deaf. He studied at both colleges. He has also created stained glass windows for St. Francis of Assisi Deaf Catholic Church in Maryland.
2 Linear Feet (2 flat boxes)
Two stained glass panels crafted by Sander Blondeel. Mr. Blondeel created panes for the National Technical Institute for the Deaf at RIT.
Collection consists of two pieces.
C.S. North, Shelf 318.
Immediate Source of Acquisition
2011:100 and 2015:096
One pane was purchased by NTID Librarian Joan Naturale. Victoria Park, Berlin was donated by the artist.
Both panels measure 18 x 12 inches in size.
Finding aid created by Lisa Witt in June 2014.
- Rochester Institute of Technology -- Art collections (Organization)
- Sander Blondeel stained glass artwork
- RIT/NTID Deaf Studies Archive
- Lisa Witt
- 11 June 2014
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