The Richard H. Driehaus Gallery of Stained Glass
Location: Navy Pier, Chicago
The Richard H. Driehaus Gallery of Stained Glass is dedicated to the work of Louis Comfort Tiffany and to the artists and craftsmen who worked to create these masterpieces of design, color and texture. The gallery contain windows made by Tiffany Studio between 1890 to 1930.
Founded in 2001, this gallery is a part of Richard H. Driehaus Museum, a non-profit museum dedicated to the design and decorative arts of America’s Gilded Age.
NOTE: Just west of the Driehaus Gallery is the Smith museum of Stained Glass windows, with about 150 windows on display, with works by Tiffany Studio and his contemporaries. For more on Smith Museum of Stained Glass Windows.. click here..
Through the interplay of light and glass, an environment has been created in the gallery where a visitor can experience and enjoy Tiffany’s unique interpretation of stained glass windows produced for churches, public buildings and private clients.
One of the most dramatic pieces is “The Annunciation”.. In a 50 seconds the video below, see how the visual changes ..
PHOTO GALLERY: Richard H. Driehaus Museum of Stained Glass
At Navy Pier, Chicago
Smith Museum of Stained Glass Windows: click here..
Smith Museum: Photo Gallery – I .. click here..
Smith Museum: Photo Gallery – II.. click here..
Smith Museum: Photo Gallery – III.. click here..
Smith Museum: Photo Gallery IV [Tiffany Galleries] click here..
Driehaus Gallery: click here..