landscape window

landscape window

A double-hung window whose upper sash is highly decorated with small panes of colored glass; the lower sash contains a larger pane of clear glass. See also: French window
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landscape window

A double-hung window whose upper sash is decorated with small panes of colored glass; the lower sash, of clear glass, is a single pane and is larger than the upper sash.
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The museum is a foremost collection of art nouveau pieces and home to about 200 Tiffany works, including the highly valued Helen Gould Landscape Window, commonly known as the Deer Window, and the Cobweb Table Lamp.
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