A New Light on Tiffany: Clara Driscoll and the Tiffany Girls
The exhibition includes approximately sixty Tiffany lamps, windows, mosaics, enamels and ceramics designed by Clara Driscoll and other women at Tiffany Studios, as well as numerous objects made under her direction. Supplementary archival material documents the activities at Tiffany Studios and sheds light on Driscoll’s experience as a New York working woman at the turn of the century.
|New-York Historical Society (New York, NY)||February 23–May 28, 2007|
|Singer Laren Museum (The Netherlands)||December 16, 2008–August 30, 2009|
|Museum Villa Stuck (Munich, Germany)||October 15, 2009–January 17, 2010|
|The Albuquerque Museum of Art and History (Albuquerque, NM)||May 8–August 21, 2011|
|Henry Morrison Flagler Museum (Palm Beach, FL)||January 31–April 22, 2012|
Click here for dramatic readings of Driscoll’s letters by actress Lois Chiles and curatorial commentary by Martin Eidelberg, Professor Emeritus of Art History at Rutgers University; Nina Gray, independent scholar and former Associate Curator of Decorative Arts at the New-York Historical Society; and Margaret K. Hofer, New-York Historical Society Curator of Decorative Arts.
A catalogue by the three curators, also available in Dutch and German translations, accompanies the exhibition.
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