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Join us for this historical presentation about Louis Comfort Tiffany. He is best known for his innovative and beautiful colored glass lamps and stained-glass windows. He is known as “the man who could do everything.”
A painter, a potter, a glass artist, an architect, and an interior designer, Tiffany was on a lifelong quest to bring beauty into American life and homes.
His own spectacular summer home, Laurelton Hall on Long Island, brought this dream to life. It was destroyed by fire in 1957. After the fire, Laurelton rose from the ashes and was recreated as the Morse Museum in Winter Park, Florida.
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