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Louis Comfort Tiffany window with Hudson River Landscapes from Rochroane, Corona, New York, 1905

Border Panel Date: 1178–80 Culture: British Medium: Pot-metal and colorless glass with vitreous paint This artwork is part of Radiant Light: Stained Glass from Canterbury Cathedral at The Cloisters

Border Panel Date: Culture: British Medium: Pot-metal and colorless glass with vitreous paint This artwork is part of Radiant Light: Stained Glass from Canterbury Cathedral at The Cloisters

Spring panel from the Four Seasons window, c. 1899–1900. Living room, Laurelton Hall, Long Island, New York, 1902–57; exhibited: Exposition Universelle, Paris, 1900, and Prima Esposizione Internazionale d'Arte Decorative Moderna, Turin, Italy, 1902; leaded glass; Tiffany Glass and Decorating Company, New York City, 1892–1900; 40 1/4 x 39 3/8 in. (57-018).

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.

Modelled after Louis Comfort Tiffany, skylight window 013 using Liquid Fusion, glass candle plates and glass vase filler, students will create their own �01Cstained glass�01D project.

Louis Comfort Tiffany skylight window - using Liquid Fusion, glass candle plates and glass vase filler, students will create their own "stained glass" project.

Kirche am Steinhof (also called the Church of St. Leopold) in Vienna - Art Nouveau (Jugendstil) (via 500px / Seven Saints - Stained glass Ch...

Kirche am Steinhof (also called the Church of St. Leopold) in Vienna - Art Nouveau (Jugendstil) (via / Seven Saints - Stained glass Church window by Mario Traar)

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”.

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”.

Stained glass widow by Louis Comfort Tiffany, Metropolitan Museum of Art by tammie

'Angel of the Resurrection' by Louis C. Tiffany - Collection of the Montreal Museum of Fine Arts.

Smith Stained Glass Museum, Chicago, Illinois - Travel Photos by Galen R Frysinger, Sheboygan, Wisconsin

Smith Stained Glass Museum, Chicago, Illinois - Travel Photos by Galen R Frysinger, Sheboygan, Wisconsin. Exquisite window and design!

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