The Museum’s exhibition of lamps and lighting from Tiffany Studios will be completely refreshed in conjunction with the opening of an accompanying show focusing on a single lamp—the Daffodil design reading lamp. Highlights of the new installation will be a 28-inch hanging Dogwood design shade, after 1900; a floor lamp, c. 1902, with a leaded-glass Bamboo design shade; and lighting examples by Tiffany competitors.  Although Louis Comfort Tiffany was an international success before his first lamp, it is the lamps more than anything else that has extended the breadth and depth of his popularity across America and through time, from the 1890s to this day. With his lamps and lighting fixtures, Tiffany created a signature style of lighting that captured the American and European audience and now fascinates and charms people all over the world.  

When

This event occurs every week on Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday, Friday, Saturday, and Sunday between October 20 and (no end date).

Where

The Charles Hosmer Morse Museum of American Art

445 North Park Avenue

Winter Park, FL 32789

445 North Park Avenue
Winter Park, FL 32789