A newly acquired c. 1885 Tiffany cast-iron fireplace hood from Laurelton Hall, Louis Comfort Tiffany’s celebrated Long Island home, is set to enrich the Museum’s Laurelton Hall galleries that contain the largest repository of art and architectural objects from Tiffany’s legendary estate. Thought to be lost to the fire that consumed much of the estate in 1957, the fireplace hood was one of his most cherished objects. The hood was originally designed, fabricated, and installed at Tiffany’s Seventy-Second Street house in New York City. Around 1919, he had the fireplace hood removed and brought to Laurelton Hall. The Morse Museum’s installation of the massive fireplace hood, measuring over 66 inches tall and 55 inches wide, recalls its original setting in New York City.
Installation Opening: Tiffany’s Firep...
Date and Time
Tuesday Oct 20, 2020 10:00 AM - 3:00 PM EDT
On View October 20, 2020
The Charles Hosmer Morse Museum of American Art
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$5 Seniors age 60 and older
$1 Students (with valid ID)
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