Museum of Russian Icons
July 14, 2016 – October 14, 2016
The Museum of Russian Icons, with more than 1000 Russian icons and artifacts, is the largest collection of its kind in North America, and one of the largest private collections outside Russia. Spanning six centuries, the collection includes important historical paintings dating from the earliest periods of icon “writing” to the present.
The Museum is housed in a 150-year-old former mill building and contemporary 2008 addition. The 16,000 square foot facility includes galleries, research library, performance facilities and tea room.
Museum of Art, Munson-Williams-Proctor Arts Institute
Utica, New York
October 25, 2014 – January 4, 2015
The Museum of Art traces its origins to a bequest by the Williams and Proctor families of American and European paintings, and decorative arts. A renowned art collection, fascinating exhibitions, and education programs for all ages are presented in a landmark 1960 International-style building designed by Philip Johnson and in historic Fountain Elms, a superbly restored 1850 Italianate mansion.
Forsyth Galleries, Texas A&M University
College Station, Texas
May 30 – October 12, 2014
The Forsyth Galleries of Texas A&M University is an educational and cultural institution dedicated to stimulating public awareness and disseminating knowledge of the arts. Home of the Bill (’35) & Irma Runyon Art Collections, the Forsyth Galleries house one of the world’s most extraordinary collections of English Cameo Glass, works by Louis Comfort Tiffany, Steuben Glass Works, and Mount Washington Glass Company.
Oshkosh Public Museum
February 7 – May 11, 2014
For 90 years, the Oshkosh Public Museum has been entrusted with the documentation, preservation, care, management and exhibition of artifacts, photographs, film and archival materials representing all aspects of the people and heritage of Oshkosh and the Lake Winnebago region.
Historic Waco Foundation and Lee
Lockwood Scottish Rite Library & Museum
November 3, 2013 – January 25, 2014
Historic Waco Foundation collects, maintains, preserves, publishes, and interprets the heritage and history of Waco, McLennan County, and Texas. Historic Waco Foundation owns and operates four historic house museums dating from 1858 to 1884: the Earle-Napier-Kinnard House, Fort House, East Terrace, and the McCulloch House. HWF also produces a bi-annual journal, “Waco Heritage & History,” Christmas on the Brazos, and various special exhibits.
Hosting In Company with Angels in Waco is the Lee Lockwood Library and Museum. This building, erected in 1967 by the Scottish Rite Masons of Texas, offers three floors of exhibits on Freemasonry in Europe, North America, and Texas; and on aspects of American, Texas and local history.
Montgomery Museum of Fine Arts
January 17 – March 17, 2013
Founded in 1930, the MMFA is the oldest fine arts museum in Alabama. Located on over 35 acres of land donated to the City of Montgomery as part of the Wynton M. Blount Cultural Park, over 3 million visitors have enjoyed the wide range of exhibitions and programs. An unusually successful partnership of public and private commitment to the arts in Montgomery, Alabama has assured the future of one of the South?s premier cultural institutions.
November 9 – December 30, 2012
After being viewed by over 9000 people at the Taft Museum of Art in 2011, Urbana University is pleased to present In Company with Angels: Seven Rediscovered Tiffany Windows for upcoming 2012 Holiday season.
This special exhibit will present the windows at Urbana’s Swedenborg Library. The exhibit will be open to the public for extended hours, and symposia, programs and tours are planned.
Memorial Art Gallery
University of Rochester
Rochester, New York
August 26,October 28, 2012
In Rochester, a companion installation explores the making of a stained glass window through objects on loan from Pike Stained Glass Studios, Inc., a locally-owned family firm whose founder worked for Tiffany. Also on view are eight Tiffany lamps from the collection of Jeffrey Metzger and Robin Hamilton and works from other private lenders and the Memorial Art Gallery collection.
D’Amour Museum of Fine Arts
June 5 – August 5, 2012
The Springfield Museums, located in the heart of downtown Springfield, Massachusetts, is comprised of five world-class museums; the Michele & Donald D’Amour Museum of Fine Arts., the George Walter Vincent Smith Art Museum, the Springfield Science Museum, the Connecticut Valley Historical Museum the Museum of Springfield History, and the Dr. Seuss National Memorial Sculpture Garden. The Michele & Donald D?Amour Museum of Fine Arts presents an outstanding selection of American and European paintings, sculpture and works on paper.
Presented along with In Company with Angels is Tiffany Lamps: Articles of Utility, Objects of Art organized by The Neustadt Collection of Tiffany Glass in New York City.
Nevada Museum of Art
February 11 – May 20, 2012
Celebrate Art of the Tiffany Era
The Tiffany family design legacy is celebrated in this unique mix of exhibitions featuring Louis Comfort Tiffany?s stained glass of the art nouveau era and a rare collection of Tiffany & Co.?s decorative firearms. Charles Lewis Tiffany established Tiffany & Co. in 1837; his son Louis Comfort Tiffany later founded Tiffany Studios, renowned for exquisite decorative objects.
The Nevada Museum of Art features exhibitions by national and international artists with a permanent collection of 19th through 21st century art. Divided into five focus collections, the permanent collection is unified by an overall emphasis on art and environment. This thematic specialization is an outgrowth of the institution?s collecting practices over the years and offers varied perspectives on the ways in which humans interact with their natural, built and virtual environments.
Huntsville Museum of Art
November 6, 2011 -January 15, 2012
North Alabama?s leading visual arts center, the Huntsville Museum of art moved to its beautiful facility in Big Spring International Park in March 1998. The nationally-accredited Museum fills its thirteen galleries with a variety of exhibitions throughout the year, including prestigious traveling exhibits and the work of nationally and regionally acclaimed artists.
Taft Museum of Art
June 11 – September 11, 2011
An exclusive show curated by the Taft Curated by the Taft will be some fine Cincinnati art-carved furniture created by Henry L. Fry and other decorative arts objects, all from the same church. These hand-carved interior furnishings, including the ornate altar, date from the second half of the 19th century, when Cincinnati had an international reputation as a center for the decorative arts. Together, the furniture and stained-glass windows that will be exhibited at the Taft comprised the interior décor for the Church of the New Jerusalem, completed in 1903 by leading Cincinnati architects Elzner and Anderson.
Museum of Fine Arts
Florida State University
February 12 – March 28, 2010
The companion exhibition for the Tiffany windows is drawn from the collections of MoFA and the John and Mable Ringling Museum of Art, featuring the wonderful work of Benedetto Gennari II (Italian, 1633-1715) as well as other prints and drawings with angelic presences.
Newcomb Art Gallery
Woldenberg Art Ctr., Tulane Univ.
New Orleans, Louisiana
February 28 – June 28, 2009
Exhibited in conjunction with the six c.1894 Tiffany windows commissioned by Josephine Louise Newcomb in memory of her daughter, Sophie, that are permanently installed on the gallery?s exterior walls, the show underscores the university?s historical ties to the Arts & Crafts Movement.
Delaware Art Museum
September 23 , 2007 – February 24, 2008
Lost to public view for over 40 years, these rare windows showing angels from the Christian scriptures’ Book of Revelation were created by Tiffany Studios in New York City in 1902. The windows are on view alongside the Bancroft Collection to complement Pre-Raphaelite works with similar narrative qualities and Arts and Crafts inspiration.
Bryn Athyn, Pennsylvania
January 20 – June 9, 2007
The culmination of a decades-long journey for revival of the extraordinary pieces, created by Tiffany Studios in New York in the early 1900’s, and depicting the ?Angels Representing the Seven Churches.? The remarkable stained-glass windows ? showing the seven angels of the churches in Asia to whom letters are written in the Bible?s Book of Revelation ? haven?t been seen together publicly for more than 40 years.