Art of Louis C. Tiffany

Lamps

In 1885 Louis Comfort Tiffany revolutionized the artistic use of lightbulbs, a relatively new development, with his commission for the Lyceum Theatre. Working with Thomas Edison, T continue >>

Art Glass

Beginning in 1893, with the establishment of a glass furnace at Corona, Queens, New York, Tiffany Studio’s began producing three-dimensional forms in glass in great variety a continue >>

Stained Glass

Out of all of Louis C. Tiffany’s artistic endeavors, his stained glass windows brought his the most acclaim during his lifetime. The craft of stained glass window making had continue >>

Desk Sets

Tiffany’s goal of bringing beauty into the homes of every American came closest to realization through the sale of what were termed “Fancy Goods” by the Tiffany S continue >>

 

Ceramics

The pottery and ceramics produced at Tiffany Studios was the product least associated with the Tiffany name, and therefore the least financially successful enterprise. The firm sol continue >>

Jewelry

Tiffany & Co., the successful New York jewelry and silver company that became a behemoth, was established and run by Louis C. Tiffany’s father Charles Lewis Tiffany from continue >>

Mosaics

Louis C. Tiffany’s early mosaic work, prior to the founding of his own glass- making facilities Tiffany Furnaces in 1892, were largely ecclesiastical and institutional commis continue >>

Furniture

Louis C. Tiffany launched his decorating business in 1878, founding Louis c. Tiffany & Associated Artists out of the Bella Apartments at 48 East 26th Street. Previously scholar continue >>

 

Paintings

Louis Comfort Tiffany became famous for his decorative arts ranging from leaded glass lamps to jewelry and furniture. However, Tiffany’s first ambition was to be a painter. T continue >>

 
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