Antique Tiffany Studios Henry Keck Leaded Art Glass Monumental Landscape Window New York, Circa 1910
- $ 45,000
- $ 45,000
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A highly important monumental American Arts & Crafts landscape window, attributed to Tiffany & Co, New York, Circa 1910.
The window having a border with textured gold tone tiles, the background is composed of variegated blue glass, with a mountain range made of variegated dark brown glass. To the center is a fairytale castle with a body of blue water to the background. The castle having a pathway of textured glass and walls of golden colored glass tiles. The landscape is framed out with a pair of ivory colored columns festooned with trailing ivy. The panel is housed is a substantial wooden frame. Condition is very good, there are no cracked tiles, there are a few tiles that have been historically lead lined, the panel is in very good condition indeed. Whilst we have not located a Tiffany signature the vast majority of such windows were not signed, the design is also attributed to Henry Heck who worked at Tiffany & Co, or possibly to the studio he opened in Syracuse NY in 1913. There is a similar panel with elements particularly comparable columns that was commissioned by Richard Mellon for his Fifth Avenue home in Pittsburgh, the surviving four panels are now housed in the Carnegie Institute. Please see an illustration in Alistair Duncan's book "Tiffany Windows", plate #60, page 64. Provenance; the window was salvaged from a substantial New York home that was demolished in the 1940's, passed thence by descent in the same family.
A rare and important American Art glass window attributed to Tiffany & Co, circa 1910.
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