He knows Anne Weston once designed windows for the famous American glass manufacturer Louis Comfort Tiffany. According to her daughter, Anne used to call this watercolor her favorite ‘window’ because she could see it every day.
Did this artwork ever become a Tiffany window?
History Detectives investigates.
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