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July 13, 2010
'Tiffany: Color and Light'
Wisteria table lamp.
"Angel of Resurrection" window.
A corner of Tiffany’s Studio, 72 Street.
Peacock table lamp.
Vase with a millefiori decoration.
Au Nouveau Cirque, Papa ChrysanthÃ¨me, after Henri de Toulouse-Lautrec. Leaded-glass window.
Bella Apartments window.
Vase in the form of a Persian rosewater sprinkler.
Pond-lily table lamp.
Dragonfly table lamp.
The Virginia Museum of Fine Arts is exhibiting more than 180 examples of Louis Comfort Tiffany's work. Alex Nyerges, director of the museum, describes Tiffany's importance.
The Virginia Museum of Fine Arts
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