In Company with Angels
Seven Rediscovered Tiffany Windows

Created by Tiffany Studios in New York City at the beginning of the 20th century and named for the angels in the Biblical Book of Revelation, the seven windows in this exhibition were originally installed in the Church of the New Jerusalem in Cincinnati, Ohio.

The church was taken by eminent domain and demolished for highway construction in 1964, and the windows were crated and stored in various garages and sheds for decades until their re-discovery in 2001.

This national exhibition tour debuts the story of these seven rediscovered Tiffany Windows.

Major sponsorship for In Company with Angels: Seven Rediscovered Tiffany Windows provided by I. Heidi Loeb Hegerich. Supporting Sponsorships provided by Bally Technologies, the Wells Fargo Foundation, the Robert Z. Hawkins Foundation and McDonald Carano Wilson LLP. Additional support provided by John and Andrea Deane.

Tiffany Studios, Pergamos, Thyatira, Sardis, c. 1902, Stained glass. Photography by Douglas A. Lockard. Exhibition organized by In Company with Angels, Inc.

Tiffany Studios, Angels Representing Seven Churches, c. 1902. Stained glass. Photography by Douglas A. Lockard. Exhibition organized by In Company with Angels, Inc.

Tiffany Studios, Smyrna (detail), c. 1902, Stained glass. Photography by Douglas A. Lockard. Exhibition organized by In Company with Angels, Inc.



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