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Revival & Reform—Eclecticism in the 19th-Century Environment

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  • Window

    Window,
    c. 1894

    Window

    Window, c. 1894
    Aurora
    Leaded glass
    Tiffany Glass and Decorating Company, New York City, 1892–1900
    Designer: Will H. Low, American, 1853–1932
    56 x 35 in.
    (66-004)

  • <em>The Arts</em> window

    The Arts window,
    1894

    <em>The Arts</em> window

    The Arts window, 1894
    Exhibited: 1895 Cotton States and International Exposition, Atlanta; 1898 Tennessee Centennial Exposition, Nashville; 1902 International Exhibition of Modern Decorative Art, Turin, Italy
    Leaded glass
    J. & R. Lamb Studios, Tenafly, New Jersey, 1857–present
    Designer: Frederick Stymetz Lamb, American, 1862–1928
    Diam. 98 in.
    (GL-033-75)

  • Vase

    Vase,
    c. 1886–95

    Vase

    Vase, c. 1886–95
    Burmese glass
    Blown and molded glass
    Mount Washington Glass Company, New Bedford, Massachusetts, 1837–1958
    Gift of Winston and Linda Barney
    H. 10 in.
    (2010-009:05)

  • Window

    Window,
    1896

    Window

    Window, 1896
    Edgar Horne house (Myles Birket Foster house), The Hill, Witley, Surrey, England, built c. 1860
    Flora (Roman goddess of flowers and spring)
    Leaded glass
    Morris & Co., London,
    1875–96
    Designers: Edward Burne-Jones, British, 1833–98, John Henry Dearle, British, 1859–1932
    58 1/2 x 24 1/2 in.
    (GL-025-84)

  • Parrots window

    Parrots window,
    c. 1903

    Parrots window

    Parrots window, c. 1903
    Leaded glass
    J. & R. Lamb Studios, Tenafly, New Jersey, 1857–present
    44 x 35 1/4 in.
    (GL-034-75)

  • Floral window

    Floral window,
    c. 1890

    Floral window

    Floral window, c. 1890
    Leaded glass
    Donald MacDonald, British, 1841–1916
    33 x 21 in.
    (GL-021-65)

  • Transom

    Transom,
    1879-81

    Transom

    Transom, 1879-81
    Dining room, George Kemp house, New York, 1879–1953
    Squash
    Leaded glass
    Louis C. Tiffany and Company, New York City, 1878–85
    32 x 42 in.
    (71-006)

  • Sideboard panel

    Sideboard panel,
    c. 1903–5

    Sideboard panel

    Sideboard panel, c. 1903–5
    Dining room, Darwin D. Martin house, Buffalo, New York, 1903–present (Frank Lloyd Wright, architect)
    Leaded glass
    Frank Lloyd Wright, American, 1867–1959
    Maker: Linden Glass Company, Chicago, c. 1880–1935
    40 x 33 1/2 in.
    (GL-058-68)

  • Window

    Window,
    c. 1890

    Window

    Window, c. 1890
    Probably Michael Jenkins house, Baltimore, c. 1890–present
    Hollyhocks
    Leaded glass
    John La Farge, American, 1835–1910
    Marks: La Farge
    37 1/4 x 25 1/4 in.
    (GL-009-74)