The "Large Glass"
Shown is "Nine Malic Moulds," from what may be considered Duchamp's greatest work, The Bride Stripped Bare by Her Bachelors, Even, (commonly referred to as the Large Glass).
Executed in oils and other medium, such as lead wire and six months of accumulated dust(!), on two separate panes of glass, it was damaged (926k mp3), while in transport and had to be repaired by Duchamp.
A work in progress from 1915-1923, it was left "definitively unfinished" (488k mp3) by Duchamp.
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