A special exhibition presented by the Chicago Tribune at the Museum of Science and Industry in Chicago from the collection of Charles Hosmer Morse Foundation., June 10-November 14th, 1982.
Beginning of the Foreward: The beautiful stained glass windows, lamps, vases and other artistic creations of Louis Comfort Tiffany (1848-1933) have both been highly prized and virtually ignored. At the turn of the century, Tiffany was hailed the leading American exponent of the Art Nouveau style. His colorful works of glass were eagerly sought for homes, churches, offices and musuems.
Some nice color pictures of Tiffany's work that were displayed at the Chicago Musuem.