The Flagler Museum’s Winter Exhibition presents groundbreaking research revealing the many women who played a crucial role in the design and creation of Tiffany Studios’ masterpieces, in particular, Clara Driscoll (1861–1944), head of the Women’s Glass Cutting Department. Driscoll and other "Tiffany Girls" were responsible for many of the firm’s most iconic designs. A New Light on Tiffany features more than 50 Tiffany lamps, windows, mosaics, enamels and ceramics designed by Clara Driscoll and other women at Tiffany Studios, as well as numerous objects made under her direction. Supplementary archival material documents the activities at Tiffany Studios and sheds light on Driscoll’s experience as a New York working woman at the turn of the century. The exhibit is organized by the New York Historical Society.
Free With Museum Admission.