A celebration of beauty, the traveling exhibition Louis Comfort Tiffany: Treasures from the Driehaus Collection features more than 60 objects, spanning over 30 years of Tiffany's prolific career. This is an opportunity to view an extensive private collection of leaded glass lamps, Favrile glass vases, leaded glass windows, and decorative metalware. The exhibition will open at the Henry Ford Museum, Dearborn, MI on February 6, 2021, and remain on view through April 25, 2021.
The Neustadt Collection of Tiffany Glass has mounted a special focus exhibit exploring Louis C. Tiffany's groundbreaking achievements in iridescent art glass. Presented in the Neustadt Gallery at the Queens Museum, New York, Tiffany's Iridescence: Glass in Rainbow Hues opened October 7, 2018 and remains on view. The exhibit explores the science and artistry behind Tiffany's iridescent sheet and blown glass.
Seashells and beetle shells, butterfly wings and peacock feathers, these natural phenomena are iridescent. They glow and change color when viewed from different angles. In the exhibition Iridescence - A Celebration, the Charles Hosmer Morse Museum clebrates iridescence as it was reproduced in the art glass, enamels, and pottery of the late nineteenth and early twentieth centuries. The exhibition opened on Februay 12, 2019 and will remain on view until September 26, 2021. It showcases fifty pieces of art glass by Amercian and European firms and designers, all of which belong to the Morse's collection.
The Chrysler Museum of Art, in Norfolk, Virginia, holds one of the largest and most comprehensive collections of glass in the world, inclusive of Tiffany Studios glass, with more than 10,000 glass objects spanning 3,000 years. A collection of such magnitude and depth attracts scholars, artists, students, and general enthusiasts of glass alike.
Gallery of Tiffany Lamps, a permanent installation at the New York Historical Society, features 100 illuminated Tiffany lamps from its vast collecton. Among the many items on display are mutliple examples of the Dragonfly shade, Dogwood floor lamps, and Wisteria table lamps.
The long-term exhibit, Louis Comfort TIffany's Laurelton Hall, is located at the Charles Hosmer Morse Museum of American Art in Winter Park, Florida. On display is a collection of art and architecutral objects from Laurelton Hall, Louis Comfort TIffany's celebrated home on Long Island, New York. This is the largest repository of the materials from this estate anywhere.
This ongoing exhibit at the Charles Hosmer Morse Museum of American Art in Winter Park, Florida, celebrates Louis C. Tiffany's "lifelong quest of beauty...across various media". On display are art objects and archival documents that exemplify Tiffany's diverse work in both the fine and decorative arts. Approximately 40 objects are on display, including sketchbooks, paintings, stained glass window panels, blown glass, and a selection of the renowned lamps with leaded glass shades.
The Lyman Allyn Art Museum in New London, Connecticut, is hosting a long-term exhibition that explores the life and career of artist, designer, and glassmaker Louis Comfort Tiffany through the lens of New London, focusing on the artist's unique connections to the region. The exhibition opened on October 21, 2018.
The University of Michigan Museum of Art, located in Ann Arbor, has expanded its ability to showcase an array of Tiffany objects from their collection. Among the many items on display are decorative objects from the Havemeyer House in New York City, including glass, metal work, this exceptional chandelier and the notable entryway doors.
Christie's hosted an exhibition of Tiffany Studios Favrile glass vases, enamels, jewelry, metalwork, and Louis C. Tiffany paintings. The exhibit, which was located in New York City, opened on June 16, 2018 and closed on June 29, 2018. Although the exhibit has closed, the catalogue with numerous photographs of Tiffany masterworks is still available. Access the catalogue through View More.