In Exhibitions, Museum of Art

Earlier this year the BYU Museum of Art (MOA) exhibited “Tiffany Glass: Painting with Color and Light.” The exhibition featured windows and lamps made by Tiffany Studios. Louis C. Tiffany, the company’s founder, revolutionized the way stain glass was made. Tiffany’s glass was used to make some of the twentieth century’s most iconic decorative pieces.

To read more about the exhibit and Tiffany in BYU Magazine, click here.  

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