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  • Tiffany Glass: Painting with Color and Light - Facebook Landing - Winterthur Museum, Garden and Library
    Show Sponsors Delaware Antiques Show History List of Dealers Show Catalogue Tips for New Collectors What to See Exhibitions Tiffany Glass Painting with Color and Light September 5 2015 January 3 2016 Wisteria Lamp designed by Clara Driscoll 1861 1944 Tiffany Studios New York City ca 1901 The Neustadt Collection of Tiffany Glass Queens N Y Purchase tickets online or by calling 800 448 3883 As a painter Louis C Tiffany was captivated by the interplay of light and color and this fascination found its most spectacular expression in his glass paintings Through the medium of opalescent glass Tiffany could actually capture light in color and manipulate it to achieve impressionistic effects Using new and innovative techniques and materials Tiffany Studios created leaded glass windows and lampshades in vibrant colors and richly varied patterns textures and opacities Organized by The Neustadt Collection of Tiffany Glass in New York City Tiffany Glass Painting with Color and Light is comprised of five windows twenty lamps and seventy five pieces of opalescent flat glass in addition to educational models illustrating how leaded glass shades are selected and fabricated along with three examples of Tiffany lamp forgeries to explore issues of authenticity and connoisseurship Dragonfly hanging shade detail Tiffany Studios New York City ca 1905 The Neustadt Collection of Tiffany Glass Queens N Y Peony library lamp Tiffany Studios New York City ca 1905 The Neustadt Collection of Tiffany Glass Queens N Y The objects on display are some of the most iconic and celebrated of Tiffany s works Chosen for their masterful rendering of nature in flowers or landscape scenes and for the subtle use of light and shading in decorative geometric patterns they exemplify the rich and varied glass palette sensitive color selection and intricacy of design that was characteristic of Tiffany

    Original URL path: http://winterthur.org/?p=1238 (2016-02-12)
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  • Upcoming Exhibitions - Winterthur Museum, Garden and Library
    Products Winterthur Design Associates Winterthur is closed to the public January 4 February 29 and reopens March 1 with a full slate of new exhibitions house tours and programs What to See Connect with Us Museum House Galleries Metalwork Gallery Campbell Collection of Soup Tureens Upcoming Exhibitions Library Garden What s in Bloom Yearly Bloom Calendar Major Plant Groupings Summer Color in the Garden Fall Color in the Garden Explore the Winterthur Garden Plant Database History of the Garden H F du Pont as Master Gardener The Big Ideas behind the Winterthur Garden Enchanted Woods Interactive Map Letter from the Enchanted Woods Faeries Tale of Enchanted Woods Internships Interns Now Picnic FAQ Walking FAQ Upcoming Exhibitions Exhibitions Upcoming Exhibitions Past Exhibitions Online Exhibitions Library Revealed Common Destinations Boston Furniture at Winterthur American Tinware Nadler Chinese Porcelain Uncorked Wine Objects Tradition Who s Your Daddy Patriotic America Spode Exhibition Upcoming Exhibitions Yuletide Yuletide Slideshow Upcoming Exhibitions Point to Point Steeplechase Sponsors General Admission Tailgate Parking Event Features Race Day Schedule Photo Contest Advertising Sponsorship Opportunities Jumbo Screen Sponsorship Horsemen Only Upcoming Exhibitions Delaware Antiques Show Delaware Antiques Show Sponsors Delaware Antiques Show History List of Dealers Show Catalogue Tips for New Collectors Upcoming Exhibitions What to See Exhibitions Upcoming Exhibitions Upcoming Exhibitions Made in the Americas The New World Discovers Asia March 26 2016 January 8 2017 Made in the Americas The New World Discovers Asia examines the profound influence of Asia on the arts of the colonial Americas Featuring some of the most extraordinary objects produced in the Americas this scholarly exhibition is the first Pan American study to explore how craftsmen across North Central and South America adapted Asian styles in a range of media from furniture to silverwork textiles ceramics and painting Embroidery The Language of Art Opening

    Original URL path: http://winterthur.org/?p=1205 (2016-02-12)
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  • Past Exhibitions - Winterthur Museum, Garden and Library
    Pattern People April 2 2011 January 8 2012 Betsy Ross The Life Behind the Legend October 2 2010 January 2 2011 Flower Power Floral Artistry at Winterthur March 9 October 31 2010 Lost Gardens of the Brandywine March 27 July 25 2010 Faces of a New Nation American Portraits of the 18th and Early 19th Centuries from The Metropolitan Museum of Art July 25 2009 January 31 2010 Organized by The Metropolitan Museum of Art Good Tidings to You Victorian Christmas Ephemera from the John Carolyn Grossman Collection October 24 2009 January 16 2010 Harbor Home Furniture of Southeastern Massachusetts 1710 1850 March 21 May 25 2009 Feeding Desire Design and the Tools of the Table 1500 2005 November 1 2008 February 1 2009 Organized by the Smithsonian s Cooper Hewitt National Design Museum Who s Your Daddy Families in Early American Needlework October 4 2008 August 17 2009 Silversmiths to the Nation Thomas Fletcher Sidney Gardiner 1808 1842 July 4 September 21 2008 Vanity and Virtue Personal Grooming in America May 3 September 2 2008 Double Vision 1930s Design at Winterthur March 8 May 18 2008 Pets in America The Story of Our Lives with Animals at Home November 1 2007 January 20 2008 Organized by the McKissack Museum Columbia SC Gord Peteran Furniture Meets Its Maker May 12 August 12 2007 Organized by the Milwaukee Art Museum and the Chipstone Foundation Quilts in a Material World Selections from the Winterthur Collection March 10 September 16 2007 Ancient Egypt and the Egyptian Revival February 3 May 13 2007 The Winterthur Story January 30 August 2007 Fashion in Film Period Costumes for the Screen September 30 2006 January 7 2007 Organized by the Trust for Museum Exhibitions Washington D C in cooperation with Cosprop Ltd Shall We Dance Three Centuries of Dance in America September 1 December 29 2006 The Winterthur Story March 25 October 1 2006 Time for Tea Selections of Teaware from the Winterthur Collection March 11 July 9 2006 Kid Stuff Growing Up at Winterthur November 19 2005 July 24 2006 Needles Haystacks Pastoral Imagery in American Needlework October 8 2005 July 24 2006 Paths to Impressionism French and American Landscape Paintings from the Worcester Art Museum September 10 2005 July 24 2006 Organized by the Worcester Art Museum Worcester MA Making Fancy Materials and Methods in Pennsylvania German Fraktur September 10 2005 January 8 2006 Byrdcliffe an American Arts and Crafts Colony June 10 September 5 2005 Organized by the Herbert F Johnson Museum of Art at Cornell University Ithaca NY Progress Patriotism in Philadelphia The 1876 Centennial International Exhibition March 23 July 10 2005 Made in China Export Porcelain from the Leo and Doris Hodroff Collection at Winterthur February 26 May 15 2005 From Punch Bowls to Puzzle Jugs Drinking Vessels and Drinking Traditions in Britain and America September 15 2004 January 2005 Bonnie Prince Charlie and the Royal House of Stuart 1688 1788 Works of Art from the Drambuie Collection September 4 2004 January

    Original URL path: http://winterthur.org/?p=1071 (2016-02-12)
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  • Boston Furniture at Winterthur - Winterthur Museum, Garden and Library
    of new exhibitions house tours and programs What to See Connect with Us Museum House Galleries Metalwork Gallery Campbell Collection of Soup Tureens Boston Furniture at Winterthur Library Garden What s in Bloom Yearly Bloom Calendar Major Plant Groupings Summer Color in the Garden Fall Color in the Garden Explore the Winterthur Garden Plant Database History of the Garden H F du Pont as Master Gardener The Big Ideas behind the Winterthur Garden Enchanted Woods Interactive Map Letter from the Enchanted Woods Faeries Tale of Enchanted Woods Internships Interns Now Picnic FAQ Walking FAQ Boston Furniture at Winterthur Exhibitions Upcoming Exhibitions Past Exhibitions Boston Furniture at Winterthur Online Exhibitions Library Revealed Common Destinations Boston Furniture at Winterthur American Tinware Nadler Chinese Porcelain Uncorked Wine Objects Tradition Who s Your Daddy Patriotic America Spode Exhibition Yuletide Yuletide Slideshow Boston Furniture at Winterthur Point to Point Steeplechase Sponsors General Admission Tailgate Parking Event Features Race Day Schedule Photo Contest Advertising Sponsorship Opportunities Jumbo Screen Sponsorship Horsemen Only Boston Furniture at Winterthur Delaware Antiques Show Delaware Antiques Show Sponsors Delaware Antiques Show History List of Dealers Show Catalogue Tips for New Collectors Boston Furniture at Winterthur What to See Online Exhibitions Boston Furniture at Winterthur Boston Furniture at Winterthur BOSTON The name brings to mind Beacon Hill baked beans and the Red Sox but perhaps not antique furniture Yet during its early history Boston attracted many of the finest woodworking craftsmen in America Perched on a strip of land jutting into Massachusetts Bay the flourishing seaport depended on artisans to build ships homes and furniture Today aside from Old Ironsides all the vessels are gone and most of the colonial architecture has been replaced The furniture however has survived in quantity and over the past century has been passionately pursued by collectors In

    Original URL path: http://winterthur.org/?p=1124 (2016-02-12)
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  • Uncorked! Wine, Objects & Tradition - Winterthur Museum, Garden and Library
    new exhibitions house tours and programs What to See Connect with Us Museum House Galleries Metalwork Gallery Campbell Collection of Soup Tureens Uncorked Wine Objects Tradition Library Garden What s in Bloom Yearly Bloom Calendar Major Plant Groupings Summer Color in the Garden Fall Color in the Garden Explore the Winterthur Garden Plant Database History of the Garden H F du Pont as Master Gardener The Big Ideas behind the Winterthur Garden Enchanted Woods Interactive Map Letter from the Enchanted Woods Faeries Tale of Enchanted Woods Internships Interns Now Picnic FAQ Walking FAQ Uncorked Wine Objects Tradition Exhibitions Upcoming Exhibitions Past Exhibitions Uncorked Wine Objects Tradition Online Exhibitions Library Revealed Common Destinations Boston Furniture at Winterthur American Tinware Nadler Chinese Porcelain Uncorked Wine Objects Tradition Who s Your Daddy Patriotic America Spode Exhibition Yuletide Yuletide Slideshow Uncorked Wine Objects Tradition Point to Point Steeplechase Sponsors General Admission Tailgate Parking Event Features Race Day Schedule Photo Contest Advertising Sponsorship Opportunities Jumbo Screen Sponsorship Horsemen Only Uncorked Wine Objects Tradition Delaware Antiques Show Delaware Antiques Show Sponsors Delaware Antiques Show History List of Dealers Show Catalogue Tips for New Collectors Uncorked Wine Objects Tradition What to See Online Exhibitions Uncorked Wine Objects Tradition Champagne Charlie Downs Collection Col 240 73x171 Punch bowl A Midnight Modern Conversation Earthenware tin glaze Liverpool England 1750 1760 Museum purchase with funds provided by Mr and Mrs John Mayer and Mrs Lammot du Pont Copeland 1984 0030 Uncorked Wine Objects Tradition Online Exhibition Join us in celebrating objects and imagery created in response to society s love of wine This exhibition formerly displayed in the Winterthur Galleries April 28 2012 to January 6 2013 continues here as a permanent virtual presentation It includes the identical selection of wine related materials drawn from the Winterthur collections and promised

    Original URL path: http://winterthur.org/?p=985 (2016-02-12)
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  • Who's Your Daddy? - Winterthur Museum, Garden and Library
    Online Bookstore Online Prints on Demand Licensed Products Winterthur Design Associates Winterthur is closed to the public January 4 February 29 and reopens March 1 with a full slate of new exhibitions house tours and programs What to See Connect with Us Museum House Galleries Metalwork Gallery Campbell Collection of Soup Tureens Who s Your Daddy Library Garden What s in Bloom Yearly Bloom Calendar Major Plant Groupings Summer Color in the Garden Fall Color in the Garden Explore the Winterthur Garden Plant Database History of the Garden H F du Pont as Master Gardener The Big Ideas behind the Winterthur Garden Enchanted Woods Interactive Map Letter from the Enchanted Woods Faeries Tale of Enchanted Woods Internships Interns Now Picnic FAQ Walking FAQ Who s Your Daddy Exhibitions Upcoming Exhibitions Past Exhibitions Who s Your Daddy Online Exhibitions Library Revealed Common Destinations Boston Furniture at Winterthur American Tinware Nadler Chinese Porcelain Uncorked Wine Objects Tradition Who s Your Daddy Patriotic America Spode Exhibition Yuletide Yuletide Slideshow Who s Your Daddy Point to Point Steeplechase Sponsors General Admission Tailgate Parking Event Features Race Day Schedule Photo Contest Advertising Sponsorship Opportunities Jumbo Screen Sponsorship Horsemen Only Who s Your Daddy Delaware Antiques Show Delaware Antiques Show Sponsors Delaware Antiques Show History List of Dealers Show Catalogue Tips for New Collectors Who s Your Daddy What to See Online Exhibitions Who s Your Daddy Who s Your Daddy Families in Early American Needlework October 4 2008 August 17 2009 Historians have long recognized that family networks play a crucial role in the social political commercial and religious activities of both men and women The exhibition explored the importance of families with regard to samplers and needlework pictures how needlework can serve as primary source material for historical and genealogical research and how needlework

    Original URL path: http://winterthur.org/?p=804 (2016-02-12)
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  • Patriotic America - Winterthur Museum, Garden and Library
    Garden Fall Color in the Garden Explore the Winterthur Garden Plant Database History of the Garden H F du Pont as Master Gardener The Big Ideas behind the Winterthur Garden Enchanted Woods Interactive Map Letter from the Enchanted Woods Faeries Tale of Enchanted Woods Internships Interns Now Picnic FAQ Walking FAQ Patriotic America Exhibitions Upcoming Exhibitions Past Exhibitions Patriotic America Online Exhibitions Library Revealed Common Destinations Boston Furniture at Winterthur American Tinware Nadler Chinese Porcelain Uncorked Wine Objects Tradition Who s Your Daddy Patriotic America Spode Exhibition Yuletide Yuletide Slideshow Patriotic America Point to Point Steeplechase Sponsors General Admission Tailgate Parking Event Features Race Day Schedule Photo Contest Advertising Sponsorship Opportunities Jumbo Screen Sponsorship Horsemen Only Patriotic America Delaware Antiques Show Delaware Antiques Show Sponsors Delaware Antiques Show History List of Dealers Show Catalogue Tips for New Collectors Patriotic America What to See Online Exhibitions Patriotic America Platter earthenware with blue printed design depicting the Arms of the State of Delaware made by Thomas Mayer Staffordshire 1826 30 l 16 in w 13 in Courtesy Winterthur Museum 1958 1847 Bequest of Henry Francis du Pont Pitcher and bowl earthenware with blue printed design depicting the Boston State House Attributed to John Rogers Son Pitcher h 8 3 4 in Bowl d 12 in 1929 72 1 2 Courtesy of Historic New England Gift of Mrs Louisa J Byington Photo by Adam Osgood Cheese stand earthenware with blue printed design depicting the Capitol Building Washington made by John and William Ridgway Staffordshire 1827 1830 d 12 in Private collection courtesy Transferware Collectors Club Patriotic America Exhibition Online Patriotic America offers a comprehensive set of images of America in the 1820s documenting a time of great celebration in the country In 1815 when trade between America and England resumed following the War

    Original URL path: http://winterthur.org/?p=943 (2016-02-12)
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  • Spode Exhibition Online - Winterthur Museum, Garden and Library
    See Connect with Us Museum House Galleries Metalwork Gallery Campbell Collection of Soup Tureens Spode Exhibition Library Garden What s in Bloom Yearly Bloom Calendar Major Plant Groupings Summer Color in the Garden Fall Color in the Garden Explore the Winterthur Garden Plant Database History of the Garden H F du Pont as Master Gardener The Big Ideas behind the Winterthur Garden Enchanted Woods Interactive Map Letter from the Enchanted Woods Faeries Tale of Enchanted Woods Internships Interns Now Picnic FAQ Walking FAQ Spode Exhibition Exhibitions Upcoming Exhibitions Past Exhibitions Spode Exhibition Online Exhibitions Library Revealed Common Destinations Boston Furniture at Winterthur American Tinware Nadler Chinese Porcelain Uncorked Wine Objects Tradition Who s Your Daddy Patriotic America Spode Exhibition Yuletide Yuletide Slideshow Spode Exhibition Point to Point Steeplechase Sponsors General Admission Tailgate Parking Event Features Race Day Schedule Photo Contest Advertising Sponsorship Opportunities Jumbo Screen Sponsorship Horsemen Only Spode Exhibition Delaware Antiques Show Delaware Antiques Show Sponsors Delaware Antiques Show History List of Dealers Show Catalogue Tips for New Collectors Spode Exhibition What to See Online Exhibitions Spode Exhibition Plate Spode factory 1809 20 Staffordshire England Earthenware 1974 65 Gift of Loyd Paxton Egg stand Spode factory 1805 15 Staffordshire England Earthenware 1980 119 A I Museum purchase with funds provided by Special Funds for Collection Objects Shape Book Spode company Joseph Downs Collection of Manuscripts and Printed Ephemera Doc 655 Spode Exhibition Online Since Josiah Spode 1733 97 popularized blue printed pottery in the late 1700s it has had a universal and lasting appeal that still resonates today This interactive exhibition is a comprehensive resource for the study of Spode printed designs and their sources focusing on the blue printed patterns of Spode c 1784 1833 Spode family history and business and life in the Staffordshire Potteries of that

    Original URL path: http://winterthur.org/?p=824 (2016-02-12)
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