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Works of Louis Comfort Tiffany are prominently featured by the major museums listed below. If your travels brings you to New York City or Winter Park, Florida - don't forget to make time for these major collections.
Queens Museum, Corona Park, New York
Right in the heart of Corona NYC where Tiffany extablished his glass factory at the turn of the century, the Queens Museum boasts of the most extensive lamp collection in the NorthEast. The Museum houses the permanent collection of the Neustadt Museum. For information on current travelling exhibitions, please visit the Neustadt Collection web site.
Charles Hosmer Morse Museum of American Art, Winter Park, Florida
The centerpiece of the Morse Museum collection is undoubtedly the work of Louis Comfort Tiffany. The museum's collection of Tiffany's work includes fine examples in every medium he explored, in every kind of work he produced and from every period of his life.
Metropolitan Museum, New York, New York
The installation in the new Deedee Wigmore Gallery highlights the Metropolitan Museum's preeminent collections and features Tiffany's windows, lamps, furniture, mosaics, blown Favrile glass vases, pottery, enamel work, and jewelry. In addition, there is a rotating display selected from the Museum's collection of more than 400 design drawings from Tiffany's studio.
New York Historical Society Collection, New York, New York
The Henry Luce III Center for the Study of American Culture feature the world's largest collection of Tiffany lamps. A collection of 132 Tiffany lamps were a gift to the New-York Historical Society in 1984 from Dr. Egon Neustadt, a New York City orthodontist and collector.