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  • Creator: Designer: Designed by, Louis Comfort Tiffany, 1848-1933; Maker: Made by, Tiffany Studios, 1902-1918\nCulture: American\nTitle: Magnolias and Irises\nWork Type: Stained Glass Window\nDate: ca. 1908\nLocation: Made in: America, Mid-Atlantic, New York, New York\nMaterial: Leaded Favrile glass\nMeasurements: 60 1/4 x 42 in. (153.0 cm x 106.7 cm)\nRepository: The Metropolitan Museum of Art\nRepository: http://www.metmuseum.org\nCollection: Metropolitan Museum of Art - Images for Academic Publishing\nID Number: 10151\nSource: Data From: The Metropolitan Museum of Art\nCredit Line: The Metropolitan Museum of Art, Anonymous Gift, in memory of Mr. and Mrs. A. B. Frank, 1981 (1981.159)\nImage Copyright Notice: Image © The Metropolitan Museum of Art\nRights: This image was provided by The Metropolitan Museum of Art. Contact information: Image Library, The Metropolitan Museum of Art, 1000 Fifth Avenue, New York, NY 10028, (212) 396-5050 (fax), Scholars.License@MetMuseum.org\nRights: Image © The Metropolitan Museum of Art\nRights: This image is available for uses permitted under the ARTstor Terms and Conditions of Use, such as teaching and study, as well as for scholarly publications, through the Images for Academic Publishing (IAP) initiative. If you are seeking to use this image for scholarly publication, you should click on the IAP icon below the thumbnail image.
  • Creator: Maker: John La Farge, 1835-1910\nCulture: American\nTitle: Welcome: Stained Glass Window from the Mrs. George T. Bliss House, New York\nDate: 1908-9\nLocation: Made in: America, Northeast, New York, New York\nMaterial: Leaded opalescent glass, cloisonné glass, copper wire, paint\nMeasurements: 156 x 96 in. (396.2 x 243.8 cm)\nDescription: stamped on perimeter verso: Jno La Farge / Patent 1880\nRepository: The Metropolitan Museum of Art\nRepository: http://www.metmuseum.org\nCollection: Metropolitan Museum of Art - Images for Academic Publishing\nID Number: 10121\nSource: Data From: The Metropolitan Museum of Art\nCredit Line: The Metropolitan Museum of Art, Gift of Susan Dwight Bliss, 1944 (44.90) Photograph by Paul Warchol\nImage Copyright Notice: Image © The Metropolitan Museum of Art\nRights: This image was provided by The Metropolitan Museum of Art. Contact information: Image Library, The Metropolitan Museum of Art, 1000 Fifth Avenue, New York, NY 10028, (212) 396-5050 (fax), Scholars.License@MetMuseum.org\nRights: Image © The Metropolitan Museum of Art\nRights: This image is available for uses permitted under the ARTstor Terms and Conditions of Use, such as teaching and study, as well as for scholarly publications, through the Images for Academic Publishing (IAP) initiative. If you are seeking to use this image for scholarly publication, you should click on the IAP icon below the thumbnail image.
  • Creator: Made by Frank Lloyd Wright (American, 1867-1959)\nCulture: American.\nTitle: Stained Glass Windows\nTitle: Three panels\nDate: 1912\nMaterial: Glass, zinc\nMeasurements: Each: 86-1/4 x 28 x 2 in. (219 x 71.1 x 5.1 cm)\nRepository: The Metropolitan Museum of Art\nRepository: http://www.metmuseum.org\nCollection: Metropolitan Museum of Art - Images for Academic Publishing\nID Number: 10153, 10154, 10155\nSource: Data From: The Metropolitan Museum of Art\nCredit Line: The Metropolitan Museum of Art, Purchase, The Edgar J. Kaufmann Foundation and Edward C. Moore Jr. Gifts, 1967. (67.231.1-.3) (67.231.1,67.231.2,67.231.3)\nImage Copyright Notice: Image © The Metropolitan Museum of Art\nRights: This image was provided by The Metropolitan Museum of Art. Contact information: Image Library, The Metropolitan Museum of Art, 1000 Fifth Avenue, New York, NY 10028, (212) 396-5050 (fax), Scholars.License@MetMuseum.org\nRights: Image © The Metropolitan Museum of Art\nRights: This image is available for uses permitted under the ARTstor Terms and Conditions of Use, such as teaching and study, as well as for scholarly publications, through the Images for Academic Publishing (IAP) initiative. If you are seeking to use this image for scholarly publication, you should click on the IAP icon below the thumbnail image.
  • Creator: Louis Comfort Tiffany, North American; American, 1848 - 1933, (artist)\nTitle: Window\nWork Type: Architecture\nWork Type: Glass\nDate: c. 1900\nMaterial: stained glass\nMeasurements: Unframed: 227.3cm x 114.3cm\nDescription: Full View\nRepository: The Cleveland Museum of Art\nRepository: Cleveland, Ohio, USA\nRepository: Gift of Mrs. Robert M. Fallon\nRepository: 1966.432\nRepository: http://www.clemusart.com/\nCollection: The Cleveland Museum of Art Collection\nCollection: Formerly in The AMICO Library\nID Number: CMA_.1966.432\nSource: Data from: The Cleveland Museum of Art\nRights: This image was provided by The Cleveland Museum of Art. Contact information: Kathleen Kornell, Rights and Reproductions Coordinator, The Cleveland Museum of Art, 11150 East Blvd., Cleveland OH 44106, (216) 707-2498 (ph), (216) 421-8815 (fax), Kkornell@clevelandart.org.\nRights: Please note that if this image is under copyright, you may need to contact one or more copyright owners for any use that is not permitted under the ARTstor Terms and Conditions of Use or not otherwise permitted by law. While ARTstor tries to update contact information, it cannot guarantee that such information is always accurate. Determining whether those permissions are necessary, and obtaining such permissions, is your sole responsibility.
  • Creator: John La Farge, North American; American, 1835-1910\nTitle: Helping Angel Window Panel\nWork Type: Decorative Arts and Utilitarian Objects\nDate: 1890\nMaterial: Stained glass\nMeasurements: 426.72 cm x 157.48 cm\nDescription: Full View\nRepository: The Detroit Institute of Arts\nRepository: Detroit, Michigan, USA\nRepository: Gift of the Unitarian Church Trust\nRepository: 59.168\nRepository: http://www.dia.org/\nCollection: Detroit Institute of Arts Collection\nCollection: Formerly in The AMICO Library\nID Number: DIA_.59.168\nSource: Data from: The Detroit Institute of Arts\nRights: This image was provided by The Detroit Institute of Arts. Contact Info for Permissions: Sylvia Inwood, Manager, Rights and Reproduction, The Detroit Institute of Arts, 5200 Woodward Ave., Detroit, MI 48202, 313-833-7913, 313-833-9161, rhensleigh@dia.org\nRights: Please note that if this image is under copyright, you may need to contact one or more copyright owners for any use that is not permitted under the ARTstor Terms and Conditions of Use or not otherwise permitted by law. While ARTstor tries to update contact information, it cannot guarantee that such information is always accurate. Determining whether those permissions are necessary, and obtaining such permissions, is your sole responsibility.
  • Creator: Frank Lloyd Wright, North American; American, 1869 - 1959\nTitle: Stained glass window\nWork Type: Architecture\nWork Type: window\nDate: 1904\nMaterial: glass, copper,foilens, wood and paint\nMeasurements: 32 3/8 x 47 1/2 (82.2 x 120.7 cm)\nRepository: Fine Arts Museums of San Francisco\nRepository: San Francisco, California, USA\nRepository: Gift of Mrs. Darwin Martin\nRepository: 1982.70\nRepository: http://www.thinker.org/\nCollection: Fine Arts Museums of San Francisco Collection\nCollection: Formerly in The AMICO Library\nID Number: FASF.101322\nSource: Data From: Fine Arts Museums of San Francisco\nRights: Please note that if this image is under copyright, you may need to contact one or more copyright owners for any use that is not permitted under the ARTstor Terms and Conditions of Use or not otherwise permitted by law. While ARTstor tries to update contact information, it cannot guarantee that such information is always accurate. Determining whether those permissions are necessary, and obtaining such permissions, is your sole responsibility.\nRights: © 2007 Frank Lloyd Wright Foundation / Artists Rights Society (ARS), New York
  • Creator: Koloman Moser (Austrian designer, 1868-1918)\nTitle: Paradise; design for stained glass window\nWork Type: drawing\nWork Type: drawings\nDate: ca. 1905\nMaterial: pencil, India ink, opaque watercolor, gilding\nMeasurements: height: 88 cm\nStyle Period: Twentieth and Twenty-first Centuries\nRepository: MAK - Museum für Angewandte Kunst / Gegenwartskunst [MAK - Museum of Applied Arts / Contemporary Art], Vienna, Vienna state, Austria\nSubject: Paradise in art\nSubject: deities\nCollection: Minneapolis College of Art and Design Collection\nID Number: Accession: 14982\nSource: Image and catalog data provided by Allan T. Kohl, Minneapolis College of Art and Design\nRights: Please note that if this image is under copyright, you may need to contact one or more copyright owners for any use that is not permitted under the ARTstor Terms and Conditions of Use or not otherwise permitted by law. While ARTstor tries to update contact information, it cannot guarantee that such information is always accurate. Determining whether those permissions are necessary, and obtaining such permissions, is your sole responsibility.
  • Creator: Mosaic Arts Shops, (manufacturer)\nCreator: William Gray Purcell, North American; American, 1880 - 1965, (designer)\nTitle: Stained Glass Panel with Biplane motif from a Set of Six for a Bay Window\nWork Type: Decorative Arts and Utilitarian Objects\nWork Type: Stained Glass\nDate: 1909\nMaterial: Glass, zinc caming\nMeasurements: H.60 x W.24 in.\nDescription: Front\nDescription: <P>This design reflects Purcell's fascination with modern technology. In 1939 Purcell wrote about his inspiration for these windows. In 1909 at the Orpheum vaudeville show Purcell saw a "moving picture" called The June Bug featuring the aviator Glenn Curtiss flying his biplane. "To partners who were endeavoring in their work to relate Architecture and the Machine, such a sight gave serious pause. I made a record of my feelings by putting a 'June Bug' biplane against some big piled-up clouds in the leaded glass transoms of the new Stricker dining room bay window."</P>\nRepository: The Minneapolis Institute of Arts\nRepository: Minneapolis, Minnesota, USA\nRepository: The Ethel Morrison Van Derlip Fund\nRepository: 94.28.1\nRepository: http://www.artsmia.org/\nCollection: The Minneapolis Institute of Arts Collection\nCollection: Formerly in The AMICO Library\nID Number: MIA_.94.28.1\nSource: Data From: The Minneapolis Institute of Arts\nRights: This image was provided by The Minneapolis Institute of Arts. Contact information: DeAnn Dankowski, Permissions Assistant, The Minneapolis Institute of Arts, 2400 Third Avenue South, Minneapolis, MN 55404, (612) 870-3029 (ph), (612) 870-3004 (fax), permissions@artsmia.org.\nRights: Please note that if this image is under copyright, you may need to contact one or more copyright owners for any use that is not permitted under the ARTstor Terms and Conditions of Use or not otherwise permitted by law. While ARTstor tries to update contact information, it cannot guarantee that such information is always accurate. Determining whether those permissions are necessary, and obtaining such permissions, is your sole responsibility.
  • Creator: John La Farge, North American; American, 1835 - 1910, (artist)\nTitle: Window (Persian Arabesque)\nWork Type: Decorative Arts and Utilitarian Objects\nWork Type: stained glass\nDate: about 1882\nMaterial: stained glass\nMeasurements: H.50-1/4 x W.34 x D.2-1/8 in.\nDescription: Front\nDescription: <P>This window is one of three designed by the painter and stained glass designer and manufacturer John LaFarge for the second home of the railroad baron James J. Hill at Ninth and Canada streets in St. Paul bewteen 1879-82. These windows were installed in the dining room of the house until it was razed in 1892. About ten years later, two of the windows were installed in the dining room of James J. Hill's son Louis's house at 260 Summit Avenue in St. Paul where they remain in situ. The third window was donated to the Institute in 1988. </P><P>La Farge was a great innovator in the making of modern stained glass, introducing the use of opalescent glass. This milky and translucent glass contained opaque particles which scattered light creating areas of varying transparency and when combined with the jewel-like colors of red, blue and green glass created a dazzling effect.</P>\nRepository: The Minneapolis Institute of Arts\nRepository: Minneapolis, Minnesota, USA\nRepository: Gift of anonymous St.Paul friends\nRepository: 88.57\nRepository: http://www.artsmia.org/\nCollection: The Minneapolis Institute of Arts Collection\nCollection: Formerly in The AMICO Library\nID Number: MIA_.88.57\nSource: Data From: The Minneapolis Institute of Arts\nRights: This image was provided by The Minneapolis Institute of Arts. Contact information: DeAnn Dankowski, Permissions Assistant, The Minneapolis Institute of Arts, 2400 Third Avenue South, Minneapolis, MN 55404, (612) 870-3029 (ph), (612) 870-3004 (fax), permissions@artsmia.org.\nRights: Please note that if this image is under copyright, you may need to contact one or more copyright owners for any use that is not permitted under the ARTstor Terms and Conditions of Use or not otherwise permitted by law. While ARTstor tries to update contact information, it cannot guarantee that such information is always accurate. Determining whether those permissions are necessary, and obtaining such permissions, is your sole responsibility.
  • Creator: George Grant Elmslie, North American; American, Born in Scotland;, (designer)\nTitle: Window\nWork Type: Architecture\nDate: 1922\nMaterial: Stained and clear glass, lead caming\nMeasurements: H 15 in., W 11 in.\nDescription: Front\nDescription: <P>Elmslie began drawing up plans for the Capitol Building and Loan in 1918, but construction did begin until 1922, after the firm of Purcell and Elmslie had been dissolved. By this time the Prairie School was fast losing ground to modernism, but in the widows for the Capitol Building and Loan, Elmslie still used repeated geometric forms and colors to unify the interior and exterior. This window features a circle motif, reminiscent of the windows in Frank Lloyd Wright's Avery Coonley playhouse (1912).</P>\nRepository: The Minneapolis Institute of Arts\nRepository: Minneapolis, Minnesota, USA\nRepository: Gift of Roger G. Kennedy\nRepository: 98.256.3\nRepository: http://www.artsmia.org/\nCollection: The Minneapolis Institute of Arts Collection\nCollection: Formerly in The AMICO Library\nID Number: MIA_.98.256.3\nSource: Data From: The Minneapolis Institute of Arts\nRights: This image was provided by The Minneapolis Institute of Arts. Contact information: DeAnn Dankowski, Permissions Assistant, The Minneapolis Institute of Arts, 2400 Third Avenue South, Minneapolis, MN 55404, (612) 870-3029 (ph), (612) 870-3004 (fax), permissions@artsmia.org.\nRights: Please note that if this image is under copyright, you may need to contact one or more copyright owners for any use that is not permitted under the ARTstor Terms and Conditions of Use or not otherwise permitted by law. While ARTstor tries to update contact information, it cannot guarantee that such information is always accurate. Determining whether those permissions are necessary, and obtaining such permissions, is your sole responsibility.
  • Creator: George Washington Maher, North American; American, 1864 - 1926, (designer)\nTitle: Casement window\nWork Type: Decorative Arts and Utilitarian Objects\nWork Type: stained glass\nDate: 1910\nMaterial: Oak frame, glass, lead caming\nMeasurements: H.25 x W.11-3/4 x D.1-11/16 in. (without hardware)\nDescription: Front\nDescription: <P>Built in 1910, the Winton house has overhanging eaves and a low, horizontal roofline and entryway, all typical Prairie-style features. Maher's symmetrical plan, however, differed from the work of Wright and Purcell and Elmslie. This window is from a bank of three, overlooking the main staircase, that allowed light and air into the closet of the master bedroom. The poppy motif appeared throughout the house. During a recent restoration these windows were removed, and one was given to The Minneapolis Institute of Arts.</P>\nRepository: The Minneapolis Institute of Arts\nRepository: Minneapolis, Minnesota, USA\nRepository: Gift of Henry and Elizabeth Hyatt\nRepository: 98.255.2\nRepository: http://www.artsmia.org/\nCollection: The Minneapolis Institute of Arts Collection\nCollection: Formerly in The AMICO Library\nID Number: MIA_.98.255.2\nSource: Data From: The Minneapolis Institute of Arts\nRights: This image was provided by The Minneapolis Institute of Arts. Contact information: DeAnn Dankowski, Permissions Assistant, The Minneapolis Institute of Arts, 2400 Third Avenue South, Minneapolis, MN 55404, (612) 870-3029 (ph), (612) 870-3004 (fax), permissions@artsmia.org.\nRights: Please note that if this image is under copyright, you may need to contact one or more copyright owners for any use that is not permitted under the ARTstor Terms and Conditions of Use or not otherwise permitted by law. While ARTstor tries to update contact information, it cannot guarantee that such information is always accurate. Determining whether those permissions are necessary, and obtaining such permissions, is your sole responsibility.
  • Creator: George Grant Elmslie, North American; American, 1871 - 1952, (Designer)\nCreator: Mosaic Art Shops (E.L. Sharretts), North American; American, 1912 - 1930, (Maker)\nCreator: William Gray Purcell, North American; American, 1880 - 1965, (Designer)\nTitle: Light fixture\nWork Type: Decorative Arts and Utilitarian Objects\nWork Type: Lighting\nDate: 1914\nMaterial: Glass, zinc caming, wood\nMeasurements: H.22 x W.6-1/2 x D.6-1/2 in.\nDescription: Exhibited: Conserved for reinstallation of G300, 2000-07-19.\nDescription: Front\nDescription: This light fixture came from the Minnesota Phonograph Company, an Edison dealership at 612 Nicollet Avenue, in Minneapolis, owned by Lawrence H. Lucker. Several such lamps were mounted on top of wooden grille screens in the shop. The rectilinear shape, stained glass, and horizontal wood banding linked the lamps to the surrounding architecture and furniture. Ironically, the phonograph cabinets themselves looked very old-fashioned in their modern setting.\nRepository: The Minneapolis Institute of Arts\nRepository: Minneapolis, Minnesota, USA\nRepository: Gift of David and Patricia Gebhard\nRepository: 98.235.2\nRepository: http://www.artsmia.org/\nRepository: Provenance:Lawrence H. Lucker David and Patricia Gebhard\nCollection: The Minneapolis Institute of Arts Collection\nCollection: Formerly in The AMICO Library\nID Number: MIA_.98.235.2\nSource: Data From: The Minneapolis Institute of Arts\nRights: This image was provided by The Minneapolis Institute of Arts. Contact information: DeAnn Dankowski, Permissions Assistant, The Minneapolis Institute of Arts, 2400 Third Avenue South, Minneapolis, MN 55404, (612) 870-3029 (ph), (612) 870-3004 (fax), permissions@artsmia.org.\nRights: Please note that if this image is under copyright, you may need to contact one or more copyright owners for any use that is not permitted under the ARTstor Terms and Conditions of Use or not otherwise permitted by law. While ARTstor tries to update contact information, it cannot guarantee that such information is always accurate. Determining whether those permissions are necessary, and obtaining such permissions, is your sole responsibility.
  • Creator: George Grant Elmslie, North American; American, (designer)\nCreator: William Gray Purcell, North American; American, 1880 - 1965, (designer)\nTitle: Panel from the Madison State Bank\nWork Type: Architecture\nWork Type: Stained Glass\nDate: 1913\nMaterial: Glass, zinc caming\nMeasurements: H.18 x W.42 x D.1/4 in.\nDescription: Front\nDescription: <P>This is a recreation of the central skylight located over the teller cages of the Madison State Bank. The skylight originally comprised nine panels, however, the square central panel and two of the long border panels you see here are reproductions. For the bank, Purcell, Feick and Elmslie produced a long, narrow plan for the middle of a block. The exterior featured a window wall with aqua, orange, and yellow terra-cotta ornament enlivening the brick facade. This was similar to Purcell and Elmslie's other bank designs and also to Louis Sullivan's National Farmers' Bank in Owatonna (1908).</P>\nRepository: The Minneapolis Institute of Arts\nRepository: Minneapolis, Minnesota, USA\nRepository: Gift of Mrs. Eunice Dwan\nRepository: 98.225.1\nRepository: http://www.artsmia.org/\nCollection: The Minneapolis Institute of Arts Collection\nCollection: Formerly in The AMICO Library\nID Number: MIA_.98.225.1\nSource: Data From: The Minneapolis Institute of Arts\nRights: This image was provided by The Minneapolis Institute of Arts. Contact information: DeAnn Dankowski, Permissions Assistant, The Minneapolis Institute of Arts, 2400 Third Avenue South, Minneapolis, MN 55404, (612) 870-3029 (ph), (612) 870-3004 (fax), permissions@artsmia.org.\nRights: Please note that if this image is under copyright, you may need to contact one or more copyright owners for any use that is not permitted under the ARTstor Terms and Conditions of Use or not otherwise permitted by law. While ARTstor tries to update contact information, it cannot guarantee that such information is always accurate. Determining whether those permissions are necessary, and obtaining such permissions, is your sole responsibility.
  • Creator: John LaFarge\nCreator: American, 1835-1910, North American; American\nTitle: Window "Infant Bacchus"\nWork Type: Decorative Arts and Utilitarian Objects\nDate: Late 19th c\nMaterial: Glass; Stained Glass\nMeasurements: Unmeasured\nDescription: Full View\nRepository: Museum of Fine Arts, Boston\nRepository: Boston, Massachusetts, USA\nRepository: Gift of W. B. Thomas\nRepository: 23.249\nRepository: http://www.mfa.org/\nCollection: Museum of Fine Arts, Boston, Collection\nCollection: Formerly in The AMICO Library\nID Number: BMFA.23.249\nSource: Data From: Museum of Fine Arts, Boston\nRights: This image was provided by Museum of Fine Arts, Boston. Contact information: Debra LaKind, Head of Rights & Licensing, Museum of Fine Arts, Boston, 465 Huntington Avenue, Boston, MA 02115, (617) 369-4386 (ph), (617) 369-4340 (fax), dlakind@mfa.org.\nRights: Please note that if this image is under copyright, you may need to contact one or more copyright owners for any use that is not permitted under the ARTstor Terms and Conditions of Use or not otherwise permitted by law. While ARTstor tries to update contact information, it cannot guarantee that such information is always accurate. Determining whether those permissions are necessary, and obtaining such permissions, is your sole responsibility.
  • Creator: John LaFarge\nCreator: American, 1835-1910, North American; American\nTitle: The Fish (or The Fish and Flowering Branch)\nWork Type: Decorative Arts and Utilitarian Objects\nDate: about 1890\nMaterial: Leaded stained glass\nMeasurements: 67.31 x 67.31 x 6.35 cm (26 1/2 x 26 1/2 x 2 1/2 in.)\nDescription: Full View\nRepository: Museum of Fine Arts, Boston\nRepository: Boston, Massachusetts, USA\nRepository: Anonymous gift and Edwin E. Jack Fund\nRepository: 69.1224\nRepository: http://www.mfa.org/\nCollection: Museum of Fine Arts, Boston, Collection\nCollection: Formerly in The AMICO Library\nID Number: BMFA.69.1224\nSource: Data From: Museum of Fine Arts, Boston\nRights: This image was provided by Museum of Fine Arts, Boston. Contact information: Debra LaKind, Head of Rights & Licensing, Museum of Fine Arts, Boston, 465 Huntington Avenue, Boston, MA 02115, (617) 369-4386 (ph), (617) 369-4340 (fax), dlakind@mfa.org.\nRights: Please note that if this image is under copyright, you may need to contact one or more copyright owners for any use that is not permitted under the ARTstor Terms and Conditions of Use or not otherwise permitted by law. While ARTstor tries to update contact information, it cannot guarantee that such information is always accurate. Determining whether those permissions are necessary, and obtaining such permissions, is your sole responsibility.
  • Creator: Unidentified\nCreator: Artist\nTitle: Window "Morning Glories"\nWork Type: Decorative Arts and Utilitarian Objects\nDate: about 1877-1878\nMaterial: Glass; stained glass\nMeasurements: 280.67 x 182.88 cm (110 1/2 x 72 in.)\nDescription: Full View\nRepository: Museum of Fine Arts, Boston\nRepository: Boston, Massachusetts, USA\nRepository: Gift of James F. and Jean Baer O'Gorman\nRepository: 1974.498a-f\nRepository: http://www.mfa.org/\nCollection: Museum of Fine Arts, Boston, Collection\nCollection: Formerly in The AMICO Library\nID Number: BMFA.1974.498a-f\nSource: Data From: Museum of Fine Arts, Boston\nRights: This image was provided by Museum of Fine Arts, Boston. Contact information: Debra LaKind, Head of Rights & Licensing, Museum of Fine Arts, Boston, 465 Huntington Avenue, Boston, MA 02115, (617) 369-4386 (ph), (617) 369-4340 (fax), dlakind@mfa.org.\nRights: Please note that if this image is under copyright, you may need to contact one or more copyright owners for any use that is not permitted under the ARTstor Terms and Conditions of Use or not otherwise permitted by law. While ARTstor tries to update contact information, it cannot guarantee that such information is always accurate. Determining whether those permissions are necessary, and obtaining such permissions, is your sole responsibility.
  • Creator: Designed by John La Farge, American, 1835 - 1910\nCreator: Assembled by Thomas Wright, American, born England, 1855 - 1910\nCreator: Painted by Juliette Hanson, American, active 1882 - 1902\nTitle: Spring\nWork Type: Decorative Arts and Utilitarian Objects\nWork Type: Stained Glass\nDate: 1901-2\nLocation: Made in United States of America\nMaterial: Opalescent glass, painted glass, lead\nMeasurements: 100 x 69 1/2 inches (254 x 176.5 cm)\nDescription: Full View\nRepository: Philadelphia Museum of Art\nRepository: Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, USA\nRepository: Gift of Charles S. Payson, 1977\nRepository: 1977-33-1\nRepository: http://www.philamuseum.org/main.asp\nCollection: Philadelphia Museum of Art Collection\nCollection: Formerly in The AMICO Library\nID Number: PMA_.1977-33-1\nSource: Data From: Philadelphia Museum of Art\nRights: This image was provided by Philadelphia Museum of Art. Contact information: Ms. Conna Clark, Manager, Rights & Reproductions, Philadelphia Museum of Art, P.O. Box 7646, Philadelphia, PA 19101, (215) 684-7901 (ph), (215) 235-0034 (fax), cclark@philamuseum.org.\nRights: Please note that if this image is under copyright, you may need to contact one or more copyright owners for any use that is not permitted under the ARTstor Terms and Conditions of Use or not otherwise permitted by law. While ARTstor tries to update contact information, it cannot guarantee that such information is always accurate. Determining whether those permissions are necessary, and obtaining such permissions, is your sole responsibility.
  • Creator: Graves, Morris\nTitle: Weather Prediction Instruments for Meteorologists\nDate: 1962/1999\nMaterial: Brass slag, stained glass, marble, propeller, and nickel-plated brass\nMeasurements: 36 1/4 x 18 x 17 3/4 in.; 92.075 x 45.72 x 45.085 cm. (H w/ base, W is largest diameter, D is length of base)\nRepository: The Phillips Collection\nRepository: Gift of Penelope Schmidt and Robert Yarber, 2001\nCollection: The Phillips Collection\nID Number: 2001.011.0001\nSource: Image and original data provided by The Phillips Collection\nRights: Please note that if this image is under copyright, you may need to contact one or more copyright owners for any use that is not permitted under the ARTstor Terms and Conditions of Use or not otherwise permitted by law. While ARTstor tries to update contact information, it cannot guarantee that such information is always accurate. Determining whether those permissions are necessary, and obtaining such permissions, is your sole responsibility.
  • Creator: John La Farge, North American; American, 1835-1910, (Artist)\nTitle: Peonies in the Wind with Kakemono Borders\nWork Type: Decorative Arts and Utilitarian Objects\nDate: ca. 1893\nMaterial: stained glass and lead\nMeasurements: 56 1/8 x 26 in. (142.6 x 66.1 cm.)\nDescription: Full View\nRepository: Smithsonian American Art Museum\nRepository: Washington, DC, USA\nRepository: Gift of Senator Stuart Symington and Congressman James W. Symington\nRepository: 1973.43\nRepository: http://americanart.si.edu/index3.cfm\nCollection: Smithsonian American Art Museum Collection\nCollection: Formerly in The AMICO Library\nID Number: SAAM.1973.43\nSource: Data From: Smithsonian American Art Museum\nRights: This image was provided by Smithsonian American Art Museum. Contact information: Riche Sorensen, Rights and Reproductions Assistant, Smithsonian American Art Museum, P.O. Box 37012 MRC 970, Washington, DC 20013-7012, (202) 275-1569 (ph), (202) 275-1711 (fax), rsorenso@si.edu.\nRights: Please note that if this image is under copyright, you may need to contact one or more copyright owners for any use that is not permitted under the ARTstor Terms and Conditions of Use or not otherwise permitted by law. While ARTstor tries to update contact information, it cannot guarantee that such information is always accurate. Determining whether those permissions are necessary, and obtaining such permissions, is your sole responsibility.
  • Creator: John La Farge, North American; American, 1835-1910, (Artist)\nTitle: Peacocks and Peonies I\nWork Type: Decorative Arts and Utilitarian Objects\nDate: 1882\nMaterial: stained glass window\nMeasurements: frame: 112 x 51 5/16 x 6 1/2 in.\nDescription: Full View\nRepository: Smithsonian American Art Museum\nRepository: Washington, DC, USA\nRepository: Gift of Henry A. La Farge\nRepository: 1936.12.1\nRepository: http://americanart.si.edu/index3.cfm\nCollection: Smithsonian American Art Museum Collection\nCollection: Formerly in The AMICO Library\nID Number: SAAM.1936.12.1\nSource: Data From: Smithsonian American Art Museum\nRights: This image was provided by Smithsonian American Art Museum. Contact information: Riche Sorensen, Rights and Reproductions Assistant, Smithsonian American Art Museum, P.O. Box 37012 MRC 970, Washington, DC 20013-7012, (202) 275-1569 (ph), (202) 275-1711 (fax), rsorenso@si.edu.\nRights: Please note that if this image is under copyright, you may need to contact one or more copyright owners for any use that is not permitted under the ARTstor Terms and Conditions of Use or not otherwise permitted by law. While ARTstor tries to update contact information, it cannot guarantee that such information is always accurate. Determining whether those permissions are necessary, and obtaining such permissions, is your sole responsibility.
  • Creator: Joseph Cornell, North American; American, 1903-1972, (Artist)\nTitle: 'Ideals are like stars; you will not succeed in touching them with your hands. But like the seafaringman on the desert of waters, you choose them as your guides, and following them you will reach you\nTitle: Faneuil Hall, Boston, April 18, 1859. From the series Great Ideas of Western Man.\nWork Type: Sculpture\nDate: ca. 1957-1958\nMaterial: mixed media: painted and stained wood, glass, shells, driftwood, and paper, assembled, glued, and nailed\nMeasurements: 17 3/8 x 12 7/8 x 3 1/2 in. (44.2 x 32.7 x 8.9 cm.)\nDescription: Full View\nRepository: Smithsonian American Art Museum\nRepository: Washington, DC, USA\nRepository: Gift of Container Corporation of America\nRepository: 1984.124.71\nRepository: http://americanart.si.edu/index3.cfm\nCollection: Smithsonian American Art Museum Collection\nCollection: Formerly in The AMICO Library\nID Number: SAAM.1984.124.71\nSource: Data From: Smithsonian American Art Museum\nRights: Art (c) The Joseph and Robert Cornell Memorial Foundation / Licensed by VAGA, New York, NY. \nRights: This work of art is protected by copyright and/or related rights and may not be reproduced in any manner, except as permitted under the ARTstor Digital Library Terms and Conditions of Use, without the prior express written authorization of VAGA, 350 Fifth Avenue, Suite 2820, New York, NY 10118. Tel.: 212-736-6666, fax: 212-736-6767, email: info@vagarights.com.
  • Creator: John La Farge, North American; American, 1835-1910, (Artist)\nTitle: Peacocks and Peonies I\nWork Type: Decorative Arts and Utilitarian Objects\nDate: 1882\nMaterial: stained glass window\nMeasurements: frame: 112 x 51 5/16 x 6 1/2 in.\nDescription: Detail\nRepository: Smithsonian American Art Museum\nRepository: Washington, DC, USA\nRepository: Gift of Henry A. La Farge\nRepository: 1936.12.1\nRepository: http://americanart.si.edu/index3.cfm\nCollection: Smithsonian American Art Museum Collection\nCollection: Formerly in The AMICO Library\nID Number: SAAM.1936.12.1\nSource: Data From: Smithsonian American Art Museum\nRights: This image was provided by Smithsonian American Art Museum. Contact information: Riche Sorensen, Rights and Reproductions Assistant, Smithsonian American Art Museum, P.O. Box 37012 MRC 970, Washington, DC 20013-7012, (202) 275-1569 (ph), (202) 275-1711 (fax), rsorenso@si.edu.\nRights: Please note that if this image is under copyright, you may need to contact one or more copyright owners for any use that is not permitted under the ARTstor Terms and Conditions of Use or not otherwise permitted by law. While ARTstor tries to update contact information, it cannot guarantee that such information is always accurate. Determining whether those permissions are necessary, and obtaining such permissions, is your sole responsibility.
  • Creator: Selwyn Image, 1849 - 1930\nCreator: Shrigley and Hunt, active by 1886\nTitle: STAINED GLASS\nWork Type: Decorative Arts and Utilitarian Objects\nDate: About 1886\nMaterial: Stained and painted glass\nMeasurements: 48.5 x 97 cm\nDescription: Made in England\nDescription: Made for Pownall Hall, Cheshire\nDescription: Three panels of stained glass; Clear & pot-metal glass painted with brown enamel & yellow stain; probably designed by Selwyn Image (1849 - 1930); manufactured by Shrigley and Hunt; English (Lancaster); circa 1886.\nDescription: Front\nRepository: Victoria and Albert Museum\nRepository: London, England\nRepository: Given by D.C.N. Hudson\nRepository: C.65-1978\nRepository: http://www.vam.ac.uk/\nCollection: Victoria and Albert Museum Collection\nCollection: Formerly in The AMICO Library\nID Number: VAM_.C.65-1978\nSource: Data From: Victoria and Albert Museum\nRights: This image was provided by Victoria and Albert Museum. Contact information: Andrea Stern, General Manager of V&A Images, V&A Enterprises, South Kensington, London, SW7 2RL, 44 20 7942 2484 (ph), 44 20 7942 2482 (fax), a.stern@vam.ac.uk.\nRights: Please note that if this image is under copyright, you may need to contact one or more copyright owners for any use that is not permitted under the ARTstor Terms and Conditions of Use or not otherwise permitted by law. While ARTstor tries to update contact information, it cannot guarantee that such information is always accurate. Determining whether those permissions are necessary, and obtaining such permissions, is your sole responsibility.
  • Creator: Marc Chagall\nTitle: Creation of the World, Fifth and Sixth Days\nWork Type: stained glass\nDate: 1971-72\nMaterial: stained glass window\nMeasurements: 459 x 266 cm\nRepository: Musée national Message biblique Marc Chagall, Nice\nAccession Number: MBMC 2005.0.110\nCollection: Réunion des Musées Nationaux (RMN)\nID Number: ART146383\nSource: Image and original data provided by Réunion des Musées Nationaux / Art Resource, N.Y.\nSource: http://www.artres.com/c/htm/Home.aspx\nRights: © 2009 Artists Rights Society (ARS), New York / ADAGP, Paris\nRights: Contact information: Ryan Jensen, General Manager, Art Resource, 536 Broadway (5th floor), New York, N.Y. 10012; Tel No: (212) 505-8700; Fax: (212) 505-2653; Email: RJensen@artres.com\nRights: Please note that if this image is under copyright, you may need to contact one or more copyright owners for any use that is not permitted under the ARTstor Terms and Conditions of Use or not otherwise permitted by law. While ARTstor tries to update contact information, it cannot guarantee that such information is always accurate. Determining whether those permissions are necessary, and obtaining such permissions, is your sole responsibility.
  • Creator: Marc Chagall\nTitle: Tribe of Joseph; study for a window at the Synagogue of the Hadassah Medical Center at Hebrew University, Jerusalem\nWork Type: stained glass\nDate: 1960\nMaterial: stained glass\nMeasurements: 97.5 x 97 cm\nRepository: Private Collection\nCollection: Réunion des Musées Nationaux (RMN)\nID Number: ART345219\nSource: Image and original data provided by Réunion des Musées Nationaux / Art Resource, N.Y.\nSource: http://www.artres.com/c/htm/Home.aspx\nRights: © 2009 Artists Rights Society (ARS), New York / ADAGP, Paris\nRights: Contact information: Ryan Jensen, General Manager, Art Resource, 536 Broadway (5th floor), New York, N.Y. 10012; Tel No: (212) 505-8700; Fax: (212) 505-2653; Email: RJensen@artres.com\nRights: Please note that if this image is under copyright, you may need to contact one or more copyright owners for any use that is not permitted under the ARTstor Terms and Conditions of Use or not otherwise permitted by law. While ARTstor tries to update contact information, it cannot guarantee that such information is always accurate. Determining whether those permissions are necessary, and obtaining such permissions, is your sole responsibility.
  • Creator: stained glass from a design by Frank Lloyd Wright; building architect Albert Chase McArthur\nTitle: Arizona Biltmore; Saguaro Forms and Cactus Flowers\nTitle: View: located in the foyer of the Arizona Biltmore Hotel\nDate: hotel built c. 1927 - 1929; the stained glass window was based on a Wright design of 1929, and built during the 1973 reconstruction of the hotel\nLocation: Arizona Biltmore, Phoenix, Arizona, United States\nMaterial: stained glass\nDescription: Albert Chase McArthur was a student of Frank Lloyd Wright\nDescription: Photographer: Susan S. Pierce\nCollection: Art, Archaeology, and Architecture (Canyonlights World Art Image Bank)\nID Number: canyon_120_011\nSource: Image and original data provided by Canyonlights World Art Slides and Image Bank.\nRights: For more information about rights and reproduction, please contact Susan Silberberg-Peirce, Canyonlights, 1127 Eagle Way, Lyons, CO 80540, Phone/Fax: 330-823-5913, Email: info@canyonlights.com, Web: www.canyonlights.com\nRights: © 2008 Frank Lloyd Wright Foundation / Artists Rights Society (ARS), New York\nRights: Please note that if this image is under copyright, you may need to contact one or more copyright owners for any use that is not permitted under the ARTstor Terms and Conditions of Use or not otherwise permitted by law. While ARTstor tries to update contact information, it cannot guarantee that such information is always accurate. Determining whether those permissions are necessary, and obtaining such permissions, is your sole responsibility.
  • Creator: Raffles Hotel designed by Bryn Lummus, Arif & Bin Toak, and LW Design\nTitle: Wafi City Mall; interior, atrium with stained glass sculpture, upper level\nTitle: interior\nDate: 2005\nDate: Image: 2010-03-01\nLocation: Sheikh Rashid Road, Oud Metha Dubai, Dubai, United Arab Emirates\nDescription: Wafi City Mall is a mixed use development that includes a mall, hotel, restaurants, residence and a nightclub. The theme is styled after ancient Egypt with images of pharaohs and pyramids around the facility. A central pyramid is the most distinctive feature that can be seen from a long distance away. \nCollection: Contemporary Architecture, Urban Design and Public Art (ART on FILE Collection)\nID Number: DUBAI-59-09\nSource: Image and original data provided by ART on FILE, www.artonfile.com\nRights: For more information, please contact: Rob Wilkinson, President, ART on FILE, 1837 East Shelby Street, Seattle, WA 98112, 206-300-0702 (phone), 206-322-2560 (fax), rob@artonfile.com\nRights: Please note that if this image is under copyright, you may need to contact one or more copyright owners for any use that is not permitted under the ARTstor Terms and Conditions of Use or not otherwise permitted by law. While ARTstor tries to update contact information, it cannot guarantee that such information is always accurate. Determining whether those permissions are necessary, and obtaining such permissions, is your sole responsibility.
  • Creator: Hans Scharoun\nTitle: Philharmonie; stairway to upper levels with stained glass tiles\nDate: 1963\nLocation: Herbert-von-Karajan Strasse 1, Berlin\nDescription: Interior\nCollection: Contemporary Architecture, Urban Design and Public Art (ART on FILE Collection)\nID Number: artfile_BERARC-27-30-19_8b_srgb\nSource: Image and original data provided by ART on FILE, www.artonfile.com\nRights: For more information, please contact: Rob Wilkinson, President, ART on FILE, 1837 East Shelby Street, Seattle, WA 98112, 206-300-0702 (phone), 206-322-2560 (fax), rob@artonfile.com\nRights: © 2008 Artists Rights Society (ARS), New York / VG Bild-Kunst, Bonn
  • Creator: Hans Scharoun\nTitle: Philharmonie; detail of stained glass tiles\nDate: 1963\nLocation: Herbert-von-Karajan Strasse 1, Berlin\nDescription: Interior\nCollection: Contemporary Architecture, Urban Design and Public Art (ART on FILE Collection)\nID Number: artfile_BERARC-27-30-20_8b_srgb\nSource: Image and original data provided by ART on FILE, www.artonfile.com\nRights: For more information, please contact: Rob Wilkinson, President, ART on FILE, 1837 East Shelby Street, Seattle, WA 98112, 206-300-0702 (phone), 206-322-2560 (fax), rob@artonfile.com\nRights: © 2008 Artists Rights Society (ARS), New York / VG Bild-Kunst, Bonn
  • Creator: Harrison, Wallace Kirkman (1895-1981), American\nTitle: First Presbyterian Church\nTitle: View Description: interior\nWork Type: Church\nDate: creation date: 1956-1958\nLocation: Stamford, Connecticut, United States\nMaterial: construction: concrete, glass (material)\nStyle Period: Modern\nSubject: Churches\nSubject: Church architecture\nSubject: Religious architecture\nSubject: Protestant churches\nSubject: Architecture, Modern --20th century\nSubject: Architecture --United States\nSubject: Stained glass (material)\nSubject: Altars\nSubject: Pews\nSubject: Crosses\nCollection: SAHARA\nID Number: Record: 115296\nSource: Photographer: Smith, G. E. Kidder (George Everard Kidder)\nSource: Massachusetts Institute of Technology\nRights: (c)Rotch Visual Collections; Kidder Smith Collection\nRights: All rights reserved by copyright owner; consult Rotch Visual Collections: http://libraries.mit.edu/rvc/index.html
  • Creator: Harrison, Wallace Kirkman (1895-1981), American\nTitle: First Presbyterian Church\nTitle: View Description: interior\nWork Type: Church\nDate: creation date: 1956-1958\nLocation: Stamford, Connecticut, United States\nMaterial: construction: concrete, glass (material)\nStyle Period: Modern\nSubject: Churches\nSubject: Church architecture\nSubject: Religious architecture\nSubject: Protestant churches\nSubject: Architecture, Modern --20th century\nSubject: Architecture --United States\nSubject: Stained glass (material)\nCollection: SAHARA\nID Number: Record: 115298\nSource: Photographer: Smith, G. E. Kidder (George Everard Kidder)\nSource: Massachusetts Institute of Technology\nRights: (c)Rotch Visual Collections; Kidder Smith Collection\nRights: All rights reserved by copyright owner; consult Rotch Visual Collections: http://libraries.mit.edu/rvc/index.html
  • Creator: Harrison, Wallace Kirkman (1895-1981), American\nTitle: First Presbyterian Church\nTitle: View Description: interior\nWork Type: Church\nDate: creation date: 1956-1958\nLocation: Stamford, Connecticut, United States\nMaterial: construction: concrete, glass (material)\nStyle Period: Modern\nSubject: Churches\nSubject: Church architecture\nSubject: Religious architecture\nSubject: Protestant churches\nSubject: Architecture, Modern --20th century\nSubject: Architecture --United States\nSubject: Stained glass (material)\nCollection: SAHARA\nID Number: Record: 115297\nSource: Photographer: Smith, G. E. Kidder (George Everard Kidder)\nSource: Massachusetts Institute of Technology\nRights: (c)Rotch Visual Collections; Kidder Smith Collection\nRights: All rights reserved by copyright owner; consult Rotch Visual Collections: http://libraries.mit.edu/rvc/index.html
  • Creator: Rivera, Diego, 1886-1957\nTitle: Water and Air: det.: water and fish-lower window\nDate: 1926\nDescription: Health Ministry\nSubject: Stained Glass--Mexico--20th C. A.D\nCollection: ARTstor Slide Gallery\nSource: Data from: University of California, San Diego
  • Creator: Leslie, Seaver, 1946-\nTitle: Stained glass installations at various locations\nDate: 1975\nSubject: Stained Glass--United States--20th C. A.D\nSubject: Chihuly, Dale, 1941-\nCollection: ARTstor Slide Gallery\nSource: Data from: University of California, San Diego
  • Creator: Leslie, Seaver, 1946-\nTitle: Stained glass installations at various locations\nDate: 1975\nSubject: Stained Glass--United States--20th C. A.D\nSubject: Chihuly, Dale, 1941-\nCollection: ARTstor Slide Gallery\nSource: Data from: University of California, San Diego
  • Creator: Rivera, Diego, 1886-1957\nTitle: Heath Ministry: Water and Air Mexico City: det.: Sailor & Bather\nDate: c.1926\nSubject: Stained Glass--Mexico--20th C. A.D\nCollection: ARTstor Slide Gallery\nSource: Data from: University of California, San Diego
  • Creator: Rivera, Diego, 1886-1957\nTitle: Heath Ministry: Water and Air Mexico City\nDate: c.1926\nSubject: Stained Glass--Mexico--20th C. A.D\nCollection: ARTstor Slide Gallery\nSource: Data from: University of California, San Diego
  • Creator: Leslie, Seaver, 1946-\nTitle: Stained glass installations at various locations\nDate: 1975\nSubject: Stained Glass--United States--20th C. A.D\nSubject: Chihuly, Dale, 1941-\nCollection: ARTstor Slide Gallery\nSource: Data from: University of California, San Diego
  • Creator: Tiffany, Louis C., 1848-1933\nTitle: Lamp\nDate: c.1880\nSubject: Stained Glass--United States--19th C. A.D\nCollection: ARTstor Slide Gallery\nSource: Data from: University of California, San Diego
  • Creator: Crane, Coryl, 1943-\nTitle: Untitled\nDate: 1980\nMaterial: lead, copper foil, glass\nMeasurements: 3x7'\nSubject: Stained Glass--England--20th C. A.D\nCollection: ARTstor Slide Gallery\nSource: Data from: University of California, San Diego
  • Creator: Tiffany, Louis C., 1848-1933\nTitle: Spider Web Lamp\nDate: c.1900\nMaterial: favrile, bronze\nMeasurements: h.30"\nSubject: Stained Glass--United States--20th C. A.D\nCollection: ARTstor Slide Gallery\nSource: Data from: University of California, San Diego
  • Creator: Zucker, Joseph, 1941-\nTitle: Rose Window and Donors\nDate: 1979\nMaterial: acrylic, cotton, rhoplex on canvas\nMeasurements: 60x96"\nSubject: Abstract\nSubject: Painting--United States--20th C. A.D\nSubject: Stained Glass\nCollection: ARTstor Slide Gallery\nSource: Data from: University of California, San Diego
  • Creator: Moser, Koloman, 1868-1918\nTitle: Design for Circular Window: Vienna Secession Bldg.\nDate: 1898\nMaterial: watercolor\nMeasurements: d.6 7/8"\nSubject: Secession Movement\nSubject: Stained Glass--Austria--19th C. A.D\nCollection: ARTstor Slide Gallery\nSource: Data from: University of California, San Diego
  • Creator: Doesburg, Theo van, 1883-1931\nTitle: Composition IV (in 3 parts)\nDate: 1917\nMeasurements: 112 3/4x22 1/4"\nSubject: Stained Glass--Netherlands--20th C. A.D\nCollection: ARTstor Slide Gallery\nSource: Data from: University of California, San Diego
  • Creator: Doesburg, Theo van, 1883-1931\nTitle: Window (originally for School of Agriculture, Drachten)\nDate: 1921\nSubject: Stained Glass--Netherlands--20th C. A.D\nCollection: ARTstor Slide Gallery\nSource: Data from: University of California, San Diego
  • Title: Culiacan: Stained glass window\nDate: 20th C\nLocation: Culiacán (Sinaloa, Mexico)\nSubject: Culiacán (Sinaloa, Mexico)\nSubject: Clergy\nSubject: Saints\nSubject: Stained Glass--Mexico--20th C. A.D\nCollection: ARTstor Slide Gallery\nSource: Data from: University of California, San Diego
  • Creator: Morris, William, 1834-1896\nTitle: Woman Playing the Lute\nDate: 1872-4\nRepository: Victoria and Albert Museum\nSubject: Flowers\nSubject: Lutes\nSubject: Musicians\nSubject: Stained Glass--England--19th C. A.D\nCollection: ARTstor Slide Gallery\nSource: Data from: University of California, San Diego
  • Creator: Tiffany, Louis C., 1848-1933\nTitle: Dragonfly Lamp\nDate: after 1902\nMaterial: dore bronze, favrile\nMeasurements: h.27"\nSubject: Stained Glass--United States--20th C. A.D\nCollection: ARTstor Slide Gallery\nSource: Data from: University of California, San Diego
  • Creator: Tiffany, Louis C., 1848-1933\nTitle: Wisteria Lamps\nDate: c.1902-18\nMeasurements: lt.h.27", rt.h.16 3/4"\nSubject: Stained Glass--United States--20th C. A.D\nCollection: ARTstor Slide Gallery\nSource: Data from: University of California, San Diego
  • Creator: Tiffany, Louis C., 1848-1933\nTitle: Columbian Exposition, Chicago Window\nDate: 1893\nSubject: Stained Glass--United States--19th C. A.D\nCollection: ARTstor Slide Gallery\nSource: Data from: University of California, San Diego
  • Creator: Tiffany, Louis C., 1848-1933\nTitle: Henri Toulouse-Lautrec Design\nDate: 1894\nSubject: Stained Glass--United States--19th C. A.D\nCollection: ARTstor Slide Gallery\nSource: Data from: University of California, San Diego
  • Creator: Tiffany, Louis C., 1848-1933\nTitle: Consummation of Divine Promise in Passing\nDate: 1900\nSubject: Stained Glass--United States--20th C. A.D\nCollection: ARTstor Slide Gallery\nSource: Data from: University of California, San Diego
  • Creator: Tiffany, Louis C., 1848-1933\nTitle: View of Oyster Bay: Window\nDate: 1905\nMeasurements: h.72 3/4"\nSubject: Stained Glass--United States--20th C. A.D\nCollection: ARTstor Slide Gallery\nSource: Data from: University of California, San Diego
  • Title: Cathedral Nave Windows/ Det.\nDate: 1962\nSubject: Stained Glass--England--20th C. A.D\nCollection: ARTstor Slide Gallery\nSource: Data from: University of California, San Diego
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