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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