Spring panel from the Four Seasons window, c. This panel was on display at Louis Comfort Tiffany 's home Laurelton Hall, and is on view at The Charles Hosmer Morse Museum of American Art in Winter Park, FL.
Louis Comfort Tiffany - From the 1880s to the First World War, an international art movement swept through the United States and Europe. Called Art Nouveau (New Art), this movement encompassed all the arts from painting to decorative to architecture. Artists of this movement sought to merge the ideals of nature and the styles of Asian cultures together with western sensibilities. They strove to achieve the synthesis of art and crafts, hence the name “Art Nouveau”.