Louis Comfort

Masterworks of Louis Comfort Tiffany The Metropolitan Museum of Art Poster 1990

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Frame Art Print Used in Excellent Condition I can See that the print is moves a little but not noticeable, Some Paper Tear on Back, Minor Scratches on the Frame

The Metropolitan Museum of Art Poster, April 12 ~ September 9, 1990 
The exhibition is made possible by Tiffany & Co., The exhibition was organized by the National Museum of American Art, Smithsonian Institution.

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Louis Comfort Tiffany (1848–1933) was one of America's preeminent masters of the decorative arts. Although he is best known for his prodigious achievements in glass, especially for his vibrantly colored windows and lamps, Tiffany excelled in a wide range of media—mosaics, enamels, metalwork, ceramics, and jewelry—all handsomely represented in this publication by pieces from the Metropolitan Museum's outstanding collection of Tiffany works. In the next decade Tiffany established his own glass furnaces in Corona, Queens, New York, where he developed and perfected his Favorite ware, widely celebrated for its astonishing variety of shapes, colors, and textures and for its rainbow iridescence. New techniques were introduced continuously as Tiffany drew upon his own inexhaustible creativity, perfectionism, and unconventionalism to produce works that are now treasured for their grace and originality.



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