Rare Floriform Vase Louis Comfort Tiffany Tiffany Studios New York 1906 signed
Tessa Paul – “Louis Comfort Tiffany” vergl. S. 69
Vases of the “floriform” type range among the most desired glasses, were complicated to produce and therefore very expensive even around 1900. Tiffany’s objects d’art were often inspired by floral motives in this case it depicts a reduced blooming flower.
Bib.: R. Koch, “Tiffany and his glassworks”, s. 96, nr. 85; Jacob Baal-Teshuva, “Louis Comfort Tiffany”, p. 263; Museum for arts & crafts in Hamburg, “Louis C. Tiffany – Masterworks of the American Art Nouveau”, front cover and p. 113
Louis Comfort Tiffany (New York 1848 – 1933 New York) was a famous American designer, artist and painter of American Art Nouveau. He was best known for his works in glass colored with metal salts and made a name for himself in the decorative arts at the time. In the course of his career, he created a unique style that combined outstanding craftsmanship with a love for natural shapes and bright colors. Nature had always been his inspiration and in his designs he tried, in his very own way, to capture its beauty forever. Tiffany designed lamps, glass mosaics, lead glass windows, glass vases, ceramics, jewellery, enamel and metalwork. Among the highlights of his work were countless high awards, including a Grand Prix at the 1900 Paris World Exhibition and his life’s work “Laurelton Hall”, an 84-room home for his family in Long Island, New York.
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