Cleveland Museum of Art

Cleveland, Ohio: The Cleveland Museum of Art means many things to many people. To the residents of Greater Cleveland, it is a beloved civic asset, a place where the community’s greatest aspirations find expression, and a backdrop for many a wedding photo. The museum is a major force in the regional cultural and intellectual community, helping to keep Northeast Ohio a vibrant center of learning and artistic endeavor. As one of the nation’s top museums, the CMA has long exhibited leadership in acquisitions, presentation, and education, and its curators have originated many groundbreaking exhibitions. The Cleveland Museum of Art is renowned the world over for the extraordinarily high quality of its holdings (which are in constant demand for loan exhibitions) and for both the intellectual rigor and the public spirit of its daily activity.

The Cleveland Museum owns a Peacock Mirror Stand by Tiffany Studios similar to a piece available at Macklowe Gallery. Each feature finely carved patinated bronze bases decorated with stylized peacock feathers, accented with colored Favrile glass mosaic tiles. The version at Macklowe Gallery has two bronze pieces that frame the mirror like feathers.

The Cleveland Museum Mirror Stand

Macklowe Gallery's Mirror Stand



 

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4/8/2019
"Fiorella" Earrings by Neha Dani Featured in ...

Our very own Neha Dani "Foirella" Earrings have been featured in Harpers Bazaar. Here is the excerpt from the article: A "Closer home, we have Coimbatore-born Neha Dani, who sells her unique pieces  More>>

3/20/2019
Paris 1900: City of Entertainment

March 1, 2019–May 12, 2019 a Ticketed. Free for Cincinnati Art Museum members. a Experience the splendor of Paris at the turn of the twentieth century. a Organized by the Petit Palais Museum of  More>>

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