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The Timeless Beauty Of Tiffany

By -- NANCY SCHOEFFLER, September 7, 2007
We stepped back into the Gilded Age this past weekend when we visited Restoration Lighting Gallery, at 167 Brainard Road in Hartford, for a look at several spectacular lamps and mosaics by Louis Comfort Tiffany. Tiffany, son of the founder of the jewelry company, is famed for developing "Favrile" glass, an iridescent glass worked into colorful leaded mosaics and lampshades. Among the iconic designs on display are a "Dragonfly" table lamp from 1920, at right, its gilt bronze shade atop a base designed like the delicate fluted underside of a mushroom.
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NBMAA Tiffany Exhibit Showcases Paintings, Glassworks

By SUSAN DUNNE, sdunne@courant.com and The Hartford Courant, June 17, 2013
The name of Louis Comfort Tiffany is synonymous with jewelry and luminescent glasswork: lamps, windows and small vessels that catch the light and glow. Still, it took Tiffany many years to realize this destiny. Early in life, Tiffany was a painter and traveled around the world. He was especially fond of Egypt, Turkey, Morocco and Algeria. Those countries' bright sunshine, colorful apparel and traditional Islamic geometric artworks appear prominently in his works of his youth. It should come as no surprise, then, that Tiffany reached the pinnacle of fame with glassworks that took full artistic advantage of bright light, sparkling colors and geometric patterns.
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October 6, 2005
Boss is back FRIDAY: He's already played Connecticut once this year, but if there's one thing Bruce Springsteen fans know for sure, it's that there's no such thing as too much Bruce. So catch the Boss again Friday when he brings the latest leg of his solo-acoustic tour to the Hartford Civic Center. A word of warning: It's a theater-style show, which means concession sales -- including beer -- are cut off 10 minutes before the show starts. And don't be late, or you won't get seated until after the third song.
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Restoring Part Of Their Heritage

By REGINE LABOSSIERE; Courant Staff Writer, November 5, 2007
Noreen Kirk used to walk down Forest Street every day, gazing at the famous Cheney mansions on her way to school and back home. She was impressed as a little girl seeing the grandiose homes whose owners helped build a name for Manchester with the world-famous silk mill. Decades later, Kirk is still awed by what the Cheneys did for her hometown, but now it's a little more personal. Kirk, 57, is one of hundreds of members of St. Mary's Episcopal Church -- just a few blocks from those mansions -- who are trying to raise $65,000 to restore and reinstall five Tiffany stained glass windows that were donated to the church more than 100 years ago. They were fashioned in the studios of the influential Louis Comfort Tiffany.
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Adding New Color To An Old Craft

By VALERIE FINHOLM; Courant Staff Writer, December 14, 2007
The unexpected can change one's life. At least it did for Darin Ronning. On a visit to the Metropolitan Museum of Art in New York City, the young Wall Street advertising designer stopped at an exhibit by Louis Comfort Tiffany. A friend pointed out the milky colored glass tiles created by the artist and urged Ronning to get up close and look into one of them. Ronning was stunned by what he saw inside that glass tile: Although opalescent to the eye, the depth and beauty of the tile had been created by the application of layers and layers of color.
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Exhibits

September 17, 2003
BRUCE MUSEUM Through Oct. 19 -- "Avian Amulets: Bird Imagery and Symbolism of Native Americans." Costumes, containers, personal adornment and ceremonial objects, all decorated with symbols and imagery of birds. Through Nov 2 -- "Wendell Minor's America the Beautiful: Celebrating 15 Years of Picture Book Art." Sept. 20-Jan. 11 -- "JFK and Art." Museum takes groundbreaking look at how European and American artists contributed to the Kennedy legend. Nov. 1-Feb. 4 -- "The Jewels of Louis Comfort Tiffany."






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NBMAA Tiffany Exhibit Showcases Paintings, Glassworks

By SUSAN DUNNE, sdunne@courant.com and The Hartford Courant, June 17, 2013
The name of Louis Comfort Tiffany is synonymous with jewelry and luminescent glasswork: lamps, windows and small vessels that catch the light and glow. Still, it took Tiffany many years to realize this destiny. Early in life, Tiffany was a painter and traveled around the world. He was especially fond of Egypt, Turkey, Morocco and Algeria. Those countries' bright sunshine, colorful apparel and traditional Islamic geometric artworks appear prominently in his works of his youth. It should come as no surprise, then, that Tiffany reached the pinnacle of fame with glassworks that took full artistic advantage of bright light, sparkling colors and geometric patterns.
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October 6, 2005
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The Timeless Beauty Of Tiffany

By -- NANCY SCHOEFFLER, September 7, 2007
We stepped back into the Gilded Age this past weekend when we visited Restoration Lighting Gallery, at 167 Brainard Road in Hartford, for a look at several spectacular lamps and mosaics by Louis Comfort Tiffany. Tiffany, son of the founder of the jewelry company, is famed for developing "Favrile" glass, an iridescent glass worked into colorful leaded mosaics and lampshades. Among the iconic designs on display are a "Dragonfly" table lamp from 1920, at right, its gilt bronze shade atop a base designed like the delicate fluted underside of a mushroom.
ENTERTAINMENT

NBMAA Tiffany Exhibit Showcases Paintings, Glassworks

By SUSAN DUNNE, sdunne@courant.com and The Hartford Courant, June 17, 2013
The name of Louis Comfort Tiffany is synonymous with jewelry and luminescent glasswork: lamps, windows and small vessels that catch the light and glow. Still, it took Tiffany many years to realize this destiny. Early in life, Tiffany was a painter and traveled around the world. He was especially fond of Egypt, Turkey, Morocco and Algeria. Those countries' bright sunshine, colorful apparel and traditional Islamic geometric artworks appear prominently in his works of his youth. It should come as no surprise, then, that Tiffany reached the pinnacle of fame with glassworks that took full artistic advantage of bright light, sparkling colors and geometric patterns.
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October 6, 2005
Boss is back FRIDAY: He's already played Connecticut once this year, but if there's one thing Bruce Springsteen fans know for sure, it's that there's no such thing as too much Bruce. So catch the Boss again Friday when he brings the latest leg of his solo-acoustic tour to the Hartford Civic Center. A word of warning: It's a theater-style show, which means concession sales -- including beer -- are cut off 10 minutes before the show starts. And don't be late, or you won't get seated until after the third song.
NEWS

Restoring Part Of Their Heritage

By REGINE LABOSSIERE; Courant Staff Writer, November 5, 2007
Noreen Kirk used to walk down Forest Street every day, gazing at the famous Cheney mansions on her way to school and back home. She was impressed as a little girl seeing the grandiose homes whose owners helped build a name for Manchester with the world-famous silk mill. Decades later, Kirk is still awed by what the Cheneys did for her hometown, but now it's a little more personal. Kirk, 57, is one of hundreds of members of St. Mary's Episcopal Church -- just a few blocks from those mansions -- who are trying to raise $65,000 to restore and reinstall five Tiffany stained glass windows that were donated to the church more than 100 years ago. They were fashioned in the studios of the influential Louis Comfort Tiffany.
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Adding New Color To An Old Craft

By VALERIE FINHOLM; Courant Staff Writer, December 14, 2007
The unexpected can change one's life. At least it did for Darin Ronning. On a visit to the Metropolitan Museum of Art in New York City, the young Wall Street advertising designer stopped at an exhibit by Louis Comfort Tiffany. A friend pointed out the milky colored glass tiles created by the artist and urged Ronning to get up close and look into one of them. Ronning was stunned by what he saw inside that glass tile: Although opalescent to the eye, the depth and beauty of the tile had been created by the application of layers and layers of color.
FEATURES

Exhibits

September 17, 2003
BRUCE MUSEUM Through Oct. 19 -- "Avian Amulets: Bird Imagery and Symbolism of Native Americans." Costumes, containers, personal adornment and ceremonial objects, all decorated with symbols and imagery of birds. Through Nov 2 -- "Wendell Minor's America the Beautiful: Celebrating 15 Years of Picture Book Art." Sept. 20-Jan. 11 -- "JFK and Art." Museum takes groundbreaking look at how European and American artists contributed to the Kennedy legend. Nov. 1-