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Tiffany Studios New York "Columns and Grapes" Leaded Glass Window

Louis Comfort Tiffany’s “Columns and Grapes” window depicts a set of three columns with colorful ascending grape vines. This particular design is thought to be a nod to the pergola found at Tiffany's initial Oyster Bay summer residence, the Briars. The upper level of this neocolonial dwelling featured white columns and balustrades, with pergolas draped in grapes, ivy, and wisteria. The window showcases Tiffany's exquisite selection of glass, featuring a border crafted from streaked purple and blue glass, and grapes rendered in rich, intricate purples, accompanied by rippled and mottled leaves in varying shades of greens and blues. This captivating display is set against a background adorned with yellow and green confetti and streamers, exemplifying Tiffany's artistic prowess and mastery of glasswork.

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Item #: T-21087
Artist: Tiffany Studios New York
Country: United States
Circa: 1900
Dimensions: 49.25" height, 26.25" width { Framed 55.5" height x 32.25" width x 6.5" depth}
Materials: Leaded Glass, Wooden Frame

Tiffany’s contribution and monumental influence of the recovery of this lost art form is undeniable. His use and play of material varying from confetti to opalescent and striated glass in brilliant and pastel hues resulted in remarkable representations of ornamental, abstract, floral, scenic and historical subjects. His expertise in technique and vision of his work defines his unique understanding of materials and his innate creativity.