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Louis Comfort Tiffany
Replacement glass for front doors to the Henry O. Havemeyer House, New York
University purchase 1930, transferred to the Museum of Art, 1986.146.3C
1986.146.3C
This mosaic panel depicts flowers and tendrils against a background with both a chevron pattern and a round flower-like patten. Along either side is a tapering beige element that is half of a blade of a plant; when joined with another panel, they create a full plant blade.
Louis Comfort Tiffany
Element from a mosaic frieze, entrance hall of the H.O. Havemeyer House, New York (one of 10 elements)
1890 – 1891
University purchase 1930, transferred to the Museum of Art, 1986.146.8A
1986.146.8A
Window in geometric patterns of white, blue, and amber colored glass set in a modern wooden frame
Louis Comfort Tiffany
Window from the Henry O. Havemeyer house, New York
1898 – 1908
University purchase 1930, transferred to the Museum of Art, 1986.146.1A
1986.146.1A
Window in geometric patterns of white, blue, and amber colored glass set in a modern wooden frame.
Louis Comfort Tiffany
Window from the Henry O. Havemeyer house, New York
1898 – 1908
University purchase 1930, transferred to the Museum of Art, 1986.146.1B
1986.146.1B
White and amber glass (including carbochon pieces) are arranged in a horizontal composition of arabesque design.
Louis Comfort Tiffany
Window from Henry O. Havemeyer House, New York
1890 – 1891
University purchase 1930, transferred to the Museum of Art, 1986.146.2
1986.146.2
Abstract design within a rectangular metal frame consisting of vertical glass rods of milky white and smoky greenish glass. Holding those rods in place are diagonally-woven silvered flat metal strips.
Louis Comfort Tiffany
Air return grill from the Henry O. Havemeyer house, New York
1890 – 1891
University purchase 1930, transferred to the Museum of Art, 1986.146.7
1986.146.7
Slivered metal roundel shape with a center opening for a glass globe (suggested). Along the outer perimeter of the roundel are opalescant convex glass shapes evocative of peacock tail feathers.
Louis Comfort Tiffany
Portion of a lighting fixture, possibly from the entrance hall, H.O. Havemeyer house, New York
1890 – 1891
University purchase 1930, transferred to the Museum of Art, 1986.146.5
1986.146.5
Gilt metal balustrade fragment from staircase in Havemeyer house. Vertical rods alternate with S-shaped metal design with milky opalescent "commas" in the "S". These alternating elements are held together with soft metal joins; the glass pieces are set loosely in their metal mounts.
Louis Comfort Tiffany
Balustrade, portion from the third floor stairwell of the Henry O. Havemeyer house, New York
1890 – 1891
University purchase 1930, transferred to the Museum of Art
1986.146.6
One of a pair of doors that formed an arched entryway. In the upper two thirds of the door are opalescent square glass "coffers" in an arched composition that corresponds to the silhouette of the doors. The interior-facing side of the doors include curvilinear lead caming, inset with medium-sized beach stones, that frame the glass "coffers". The exterior-facing side of the doors has the "coffers" framed by patinated copper sheeting.
Louis Comfort Tiffany
Front door to the Henry O. Havemeyer House, New York (one of a pair)
1890 – 1891
University Purchase 1930, Transferred to the Museum of Art
1986.146.3B
Two male peacocks in profile face one another at the center. The work has a strong vertical axis, accented by several larger domed and carbochon glass elements. The peacocks stand upon a curling vine-like design of tan tesserae upon a deep blue field of tesserae interspersed with round malachite-colored pieces of glass. The areas behind the peacocks consists of round white and hexagonal tesserae that move from deep blue to a pale tan/green color. At the central vertical axis are several abstract pieces of opaque brown, orange and blue glass.
Louis Comfort Tiffany
Peacock Mosaic, from the entrance hall of the Henry O. Havemeyer house, New York
1890 – 1891
University purchase 1930, transferred to the Museum of Art, 1986.146.9
1986.146.9
This mosaic panel depicts flowers and tendrils against a background with both a chevron pattern and a round flower-like patten.  Along either side is a tapering beige element that is half of a blade of a plant; when joined with another panel, they create a full plant blade.  [fragment]
Louis Comfort Tiffany
Element from a mosaic frieze, entrance hall of the H.O. Havemeyer House New York (one of 10 elements)
1890 – 1891
University purchase 1930, transferred to the Museum of Art, 1986.146.8H
1986.146.8H
One of a pair of doors that formed an arched entryway. In the upper two thirds of the door are opalescent square glass "coffers" in an arched composition that corresponds to the silhouette of the doors. The interior-facing side of the doors include curvilinear lead caming, inset with medium-sized beach stones, that frame the glass "coffers". The exterior-facing side of the doors has the "coffers" framed by patinated copper sheeting.
Louis Comfort Tiffany
Front door to the Henry O. Havemeyer house, New York (one of a pair)
1890 – 1891
University Purchase 1930, Transferred to the Museum of Art
1986.146.3A
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