The Lamps of Tiffany
by Dr. Egon Neustadt
First published in 1970, The Lamps of Tiffany remains a standard reference work on Tiffany lamps, documenting a wide range of styles and designs. In 1993 the book was reprinted from the original plates, and it is once again available through specialty booksellers and from The Neustadt.
The Lamps of Tiffany includes 293 illustrations, most of them in color, depicting the sheet and pressed glass, lampshades and bases in Dr. Neustadt’s personal collection. The book is organized into nine sections that explore the various categories Dr. Neustadt developed to describe Tiffany’s design motifs and lamp styles.
224 pages, 293 illustrations. 11” x 13 ½”. Hardcover.
$195.00, plus shipping and handling.
Tiffany by Design: An In-Depth Look at Tiffany Lamps
by Nina Gray
This book explores the construction, fabrication, design, and qualities of authentic Tiffany lamps made between 1900 and 1918. More than 80 magnificent color photographs of objects from The Neustadt Collection of Tiffany Glass accompany a discussion of the ways in which the forms, patterns, and motifs of these objects were changed and adapted. This soft cover book, published in conjunction with the traveling exhibition, Tiffany by Design, illustrates the extraordinary design vocabulary of Tiffany Studios.
112 pages, 83 color illustrations. 8 ½” x 11”. Softcover.
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Tiffany's Glass Mosaics
edited by Kelly A. Conway and Lindsy R. Parrott; with contributions by Morgan T. Albahary, Elizabeth J. De Rosa, Natalie Z. Peters, Jennifer Perry Thalheimer, and Karol B. Wight
Louis C. Tiffany directed an artistic empire in the design and creation of leaded-glass windows, lamps, blown glass vessels, objects of luxury, and mosaics—one of his most innovative expressions in the medium of glass. Tiffany's Glass Mosaics features essays from noted scholars and curators who, for the first time, investigate the breadth of mosaic production at the company from the 1880s through the 1930s. A detailed appendix lists all of the known public, ecclesiastical, and residential commissions executed by Tiffany's firm. The publication is richly illustrated with objects from major museums, libraries, and private collections in the United States and Europe. Many of these large-scale murals have never before been photographed or published.
Published by The Corning Museum of Glass, Corning, New York, 2017. 288 pages, 208 illustrations, 187 in color, 9 ½ x 11 in. Hardcover.
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Louis C. Tiffany and the Art of Devotion
edited by Patricia C. Pongracz; with essays by Elka Deitsch, Elizabeth De Rosa, Alice Cooney Frelinghuysen, Lindsy R. Parrott, Patricia C. Pongracz, Jennifer Perry Thalheimer, Peter W. Williams, Diane C. Wright
This beautifully illustrated volume focuses on the vast assortment of church decorations and memorials produced by Louis C. Tiffany (1848-1933) and the Tiffany Studios. For over half a century, Tiffany oversaw the production and marketing of a multitude of decorative elements for many of America's leading religious congregations. He employed designers, draftsmen, and craftspeople to produce a complete interior design including windows, mosaics, lighting fixtures, ecclesiastical furniture, liturgical accessories, and vestments. Essays by prominent historian make this pioneering book a key resource on the subject.
Published the Museum of Biblical Art, New York in conjunction with GILES, 2012.
216 pages, 125 color illustrations. 9 ½” x 11”. Hardcover.
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Tiffany at Lafayette
Essays by Elizabeth J. De Rosa, Lindsy R. Parrott, Richard Prigg, and Jennifer Perry Thalheimer
At the turn of the last century, two superb Tiffany windows were commissioned for Lafayette College: Alcuin and Charlemagne (1898) and The Death of Sir Philip Sidney (1899). Tiffany at Lafayette is a lavishly illustrated catalog celebrating this magnificent Tiffany legacy at the College with insightful essays exploring the history, context, and artistic innovations of these windows as well as a detailed accounting of their restoration.
Published by Special Collections & Archives and Williams Center Gallery, Lafayette College, Easton, Pennsylvania, 2016.
84 pages, 125 illustrations, 9 x 11 in. Soft cover. To order visit https://galleries.lafayette.edu.
Louis Comfort Tiffany: Nature by Design
by Alice Cooney Frelinghuysen, Lindsy R. Parrott, and Jean M. Burks
Louis Comfort Tiffany: Nature by Design considers the origins of Tiffany’s love of nature and explores the masterful use of natural motifs in his windows, lamps, glass vessels, furniture, ceramics, metalwork, and jewelry. The publication, which accompanied a special exhibition at the Shelburne Museum, also discusses the Museum founder’s family ties to Tiffany and some important window commissions found in churches throughout Vermont.
Published by the Shelburne Museum, Shelburne, Vermont, 2009.
60 pages, 80 illustrations, 8 ¼ x 10 ¾ in. Soft cover
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