Above: Tiffany Daffodil Library Lamp dated 1905
Below: Gallery image of Tiffany Daffodil Library Lamp at Nassau County Museum of Art, 2021
Spotlight on a Tiffany Lamp
A Verbal Description Video
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Duration: 6 minutes
Cost: Free of charge
This verbal description video provides an opportunity for visitors who are blind, have low vision or are sighted to experience the richness of one of Louis Comfort Tiffany’s magnificent stained glass lamps through a vivid, rich verbal description of materials, process and historical context in which the object was created. Daffodil Library Lamp was on view in the exhibition, La Belle Époque, May 8–November 7, 2021.
Narrator: Laura Lynch, Director of Education
Videographer: Samantha Cocchi
Special thanks to The Neustadt Collection of Tiffany Glass
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