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Celebrate Art of the Tiffany Era:
Three unique exhibitions

The Tiffany family design legacy is celebrated in this unique mix of exhibitions featuring Louis Comfort Tiffany’s stained glass of the art nouveau era and a rare collection of Tiffany & Co.’s decorative firearms. Charles Lewis Tiffany established Tiffany & Co. in 1837; his son Louis Comfort Tiffany later founded Tiffany Studios, renowned for exquisite decorative objects.

Out of the Forest: Art Nouveau Lamps (LINK) includes twenty lamps by Tiffany Studios and other lamp manufacturers of the art nouveau era, all from the private collection of Byron Vreeland.

In Company with Angels: Seven Rediscovered Tiffany Windows (LINK) debuts seven magnificent stained glass church windows by Tiffany Studios recently salvaged after years in storage.

Tiffany & Co. Arms from the Robert M. Lee Collection (LINK) features the finest-known collection of privately owned arms—including fine guns and a presentation sword—rivaled only by those on view in the Robert M. Lee Gallery of American Arms at the Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York.

Exclusive sponsor

Wayne L. Prim Foundation

Major Sponsor

I. Heidi Loeb Hegerich.

Supporting Sponsors

Bally Technologies, Wells Fargo Foundation, Robert Z. Hawkins Foundation, and McDonald Carano Wilson LLP

Additional support

John and Andrea Deane