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Description: Buffalo, New York (NY): Episcopal Church of the Good Shepherd: Lillies and Scroll-work (1888, Tiffany Studios)

Tiffany-designed Nave Floral Windows Episcopal Church of the Good Shepherd 96 Jewett Pkwy. at Summit, Buffalo, NY South nave lilies window detail. Rich color contrast provides focus and punch!

Tiffany art panels

This window owned by Carl Heck is a centerpiece in the “Tiffany: Color and Light” exhibit. Titled “The Mermaid” it is composed of six separate panels and measures 9 feet tall and 9 feet wide. Heck discovered it in Hawaii. Photo courtesy of Carl Heck.

Frank Thompson's Kansas Journeys: 10 Tiffany stained glass windows, First Presbyterian Church, Topeka

Frank Thompson's Kansas Journeys: 10 Tiffany stained glass windows, First Presbyterian Church, Topeka

Jacques Gruber (1870-1936) - Laburnum Flowers Leaded Glass Window. Multi-Layered & Etched Coloured Glass & Glass Cabochons with Lead Came in a Painted Wood Window Frame. Nancy, France. Circa 1898. 26-3/4" x 18".

Multi-Layered & Etched Coloured Glass & Glass Cabochons with Lead Came in a Painted Wood Window Frame.

Baltimore, MD - Baltimore Museum of Art. Features works of art from the 1800s through today. Contains the largest collection of Henri Matisse work in the world.

America's Gilded Age - Stained glass window panel: 'Vase with Flowers'. Designed by American artist: Louis Comfort Tiffany.

Smith Stained Glass Museum, Chicago, Illinois  -  Travel Photos by Galen R Frysinger, Sheboygan, Wisconsin

Smith Stained Glass Museum, Chicago, Illinois - Travel Photos by Galen R Frysinger, Sheboygan, Wisconsin

Tiffany Glass at The Whitney.  My grandmother used to take me here often when I was little.

Tiffany Glass at The Whitney. My grandmother used to take me here often when I was little.

..."wisteria landscape windows"...tiffany studios...1880-1930...

How would a priceless collection of Tiffany glass survive a catastrophic earthquake? Takeo Horiuchi didn't want to find out. From his collection: these two panels are part of a wisteria triptych created between 1910 and

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