Date: September 16th - January 17th
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The Tiffany family may be famous worldwide for
their stunning jewelry, but Louis Comfort Tiffany
(1848-1933) preferred working with glass.
Inspired by the jewelry created by his father, Charles Lewis Tiffany
(founder of Tiffany & Co. in New
York), Tiffany made his own colorful creations including blown
glass vases, stained glass windows and domed lamps.
Tiffany's innovations with color and light revolutionized glassmaking
in America and made him famous around the world.
Color and Light exhibition contains 160 works of art, including stained
glass windows, lights, decorative objects, jewelry, drawings, paintings
This is the
first time since the 1900 Worlds Fair that Tiffany's work has been on
display in Paris.
Musée du Luxembourg, 19 rue de
Vaugiraud 75006 Paris
Line 4 - Saint Sulpice, Odeon
Line 12 - Rennes
Bus: 58, 84, 89
Monday & Friday 10:30am to 10:00pm
Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday 10:30am to 7:00pm
Saturday & Sunday 9:30am to 8:00pm
Price - 11€, Reduced Rate - 9€
Exhibition at the Musée du Luxembourg