Corning Museum of Glass
1 Museum Way, Corning, NY 14830
Mosaic panel with peonies (detail), about 1900–1910. Tiffany Glass and Decorating Company or Tiffany Studios. The Corning Museum of Glass, Corning, New York
Mural, The Dream Garden, 1916. Tiffany Studios. Glass mosaic. Curtis Publishing Company Building (now The Curtis Center & Dream Garden; mural in the collection of Pennsylvania Academy of Fine Arts (2001.15, partial bequest of John W. Merriam; partial purchase with funds provided by a grant from The Pew Charitable Trusts; partial gift of Bryn Mawr College, The University of the Arts, and The Trustees of the University of Pennsylvania), Philadelphia, PA
Fathers of the Church (detail), about 1892. Tiffany Glass and Decorating Company, designed by Joseph Lauber (American, b. Germany, 1855–1948). Glass and plaster. The Neustadt Collection of Tiffany Studios
Mosaic Panel, The Prayer of the Christian Soldier (detail), 1919. Tiffany Studios, designed by Frederick Wilson (British, b. Ireland, 1858–1932). Glass mosaic. First Presbyterian Church (now United Presbyterian Church), Binghamton, NY
The exhibition will feature a selection of objects from museums, libraries, and private collections, including fireplace surrounds, decorative panels, desk accessories, design drawings, sample panels, lamps, trade literature, and a special look at Tiffany’s innovative materials including an array of sheet glass, glass “jewels,” and glass fragments drawn from the archive of The Neustadt Collection of Tiffany Glass.
Treasured by local communities, many of Tiffany’s architectural glass mosaics survive today, tucked away in churches, libraries, universities and other public buildings. This exhibition at The Corning Museum of Glass will use new digital displays to bring these artworks to audiences in Corning. By examining the inventive materials and process—from design inspiration to fabrication—we hope that visitors will appreciate the creativity of Tiffany’s talented artists and artisans as never before.
This exhibition is jointly organized by The Corning Museum of Glass and The Neustadt Collection of Tiffany Glass.