Interested in a special behind-the-scenes tour of our glass collection? You're in luck! We have once again joined Open House New York's Annual Weekend lineup featuring the some of the best art, architecture... Read More »
Wishing all of our friends a relaxing and restorative Labor Day Weekend! Read More »
The big reveal: A detail of the glass from the previous post, but with light streaming through it. Incredible color combinations, no?! Read More »
Another recent discovery uncovered in our racks of glass. (We'll post a photo of the illuminated glass in a bit, so check back!) Read More »
Only a week and a half left to check out our "Tiffany Glass: Painting with Color and Light" exhibition at the Kalamazoo Institute of Arts! Read More »
The Neustadt Collection of Tiffany Glass is dedicated to presenting and promoting the artwork of Louis C. Tiffany.
The mission of The Neustadt Collection of Tiffany Glass is to preserve, interpret, and develop its holdings of Tiffany lamps, windows, glass, and related objects. The collection is accessible through exhibitions, public programs, and publications. A distinctive feature of the Neustadt Collection is its commitment to foster a better understanding of Tiffany by making its objects available through traveling exhibitions to museums and galleries around the country.
Additional activities include cataloging the Neustadt Collection’s nearly 300,000 pieces of flat and pressed glass used by the Tiffany Studios. An archive containing representative samples of each type, color, texture and pattern of this material is being established for exhibition and study.
The Neustadt Collection is also gathering oral histories from the families of former Tiffany employees in order to record and preserve the names and stories of the people who played an important role in Louis C. Tiffany’s success.
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Queens Museum of Art
A selection of works from the Neustadt Collection are currently on display at the Queens Museum of Art. Read More »
Louis C. Tiffany
Louis C. Tiffany (American, 1848-1933) was one of the foremost decorative artists of his time. His father, Charles Lewis Tiffany, was the co-founder of Tiffany & Company, the luxury retailer best... Read More »