Tiffany: Color and Light is the first special exhibition to be showcased since the grand reopening of the Virginia Museum of Fine Arts. The exhibition showcases the work of renowned artist and glasswork aficionado, Louis Comfort Tiffany.
The VMFA is the only American museum to show the stunning newly pieced together display. A combination of European, North American and Russian works have been brought together to Richmond to highlight the remarkable Tiffany as an artist, whose work has been touching people’s hearts and souls all over the world.
The exhibition focuses on the artist’s largest achievements that include the innovative techniques that had never been thought possible previously. The exhibition boosts to holding more than 180 objects that include his most popular work, leaded-glass windows and lamps as well as blown-glass vessels. Smaller pieces on display include an assortment of decorative objects that include mosaics, breathtaking jewelry, bronzes, paintings, watercolors, architectural elements, and silver.
For your grand finale, marvel at the eight restored windows from the Erskine and American United Church in Montreal. The windows are considered one of his most spectacular commissions.
This exhibition will be the first time that the intricately beautiful pieces will have ever been shown in the United States. The Tiffany exhibition will be showing until August 15.