When you hear the words “Tiffany” and “glass,” you may immediately think of leaded glass windows or luminous lamps, but artist Louis C. Tiffany expressed his passion for color and glass most innovatively in the technique of mosaic. From monumental architectural installations to inkwells for desktops, Tiffany’s Glass Mosaics will be the first museum exhibition focused exclusively on this aspect of Tiffany’s extraordinary artistic career.
An Important and Rare leaded stained glass chandelier by, Tiffany Studios has resurfaced from a 1976 Burglary of the famous Belasco Theatre in New York City. The chandelier had been consigned to a Midtown Antique Store for sale when it was put together that this was one of five chandeliers that had been stolen.
A Passion for Tiffany Lamps highlights the extraordinary scope of the Neustadts’ collection. Examples of Tiffany’s most iconic lamps – the Wisteria and Dragonfly – will be on view, along with unusual lamps produced in limited number, such as the Pond Lily globe and Peacock hanging shade.
President and Founding Father of Ophir Gallery Inc. is interviewed by, FOX Business News, Stuart Varney of Varney & Co. about investing in lamps.