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Museum Masterworks - America’s largest collection of classic & contemporary statuary masters
Museum Glass Art Trays and Tableaux
Museum Glass Art is made in the USA, utilizing a patent-pending dye sublimation process that creates a uniquely formatted light-scattering coating on ultra-clear polished edge float glass. This process crafts a translucent and almost three-dimensional effect, and the resulting panel is highly resistant to fading in all conditions, including direct sunlight.


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Minton Tile tray

Minton Tile tray

Thomas U. Walter

The richly patterned and colored Minton tile floors are one of the most striking features of the extensions of the United States Capitol. They were first installed in 1856, when Thomas U. Walter was engaged in the design and construction of vast additions to the Capitol (1851-1865). For the floors in his extensions, Walter chose encaustic tile for its beauty, durability and sophistication.

MGT011 6"x10"

Mucha Goddess Green tray

Mucha Goddess Green tray

Alphonse Mucha

Alphonse Mucha (Czech, 1860-1939) created "Têtes Byzantines" in 1897. The design was typical of his style and he produced many paintings, posters, advertisements, and book illustrations, as well as designs for jewelry, carpets, wallpaper, and theatre sets in what was termed initially The Mucha Style but is now known as Art Nouveau.

MGT020 6"x10"

Mucha Goddess Red tray

Mucha Goddess Red tray

Alphonse Mucha

Alphonse Mucha (Czech, 1860-1939) created "Têtes Byzantines" in 1897. The design was typical of his style and he produced many paintings, posters, advertisements, and book illustrations, as well as designs for jewelry, carpets, wallpaper, and theatre sets in what was termed initially The Mucha Style but is now known as Art Nouveau.

MGT014 6"x10"

Tiffany Daffodil tray

Tiffany Daffodil tray

Louis Comfort Tiffany

The Daffodils window was created circa 1916 by Louis Comfort Tiffany (1848-1933). It is currently in the collection of the Charles Hosmer Morse Museum of American Art in Winter Park, FL.

MGT005 6"x10"

Tiffany Dragonfly tray

Tiffany Dragonfly tray

Louis Comfort Tiffany

The Dragonfly Hanging Shade was created by Louis Comfort Tiffany around 1905 from leaded glass and bronze. It is now part of the Neustadt Collection of Tiffany’s celebrated lamps, windows and glass. Founded by early Tiffany collector Dr. Egon Neustadt, the organization shares its collections with diverse audiences through its gallery at the Queens Museum in New York City and exhibitions that travel to museums nationwide.

MGT009 6"x10"

Tiffany Lots of Lamps tray

Tiffany Lots of Lamps tray

Louis Comfort Tiffany

"Group of Lamps (Bird’s-Eye Detail)" is part of the Tiffany Studios collection by Louis Comfort Tiffany, who created stained glass and other art from 1892-1902. It currently resides in the Richard H. Driehaus Museum in Chicago.

MGT016 6"x10"

Tiffany Parrot tray

Tiffany Parrot tray

Louis Comfort Tiffany

Nature served as a frequent source of inspiration for Tiffany. He stated that his life-long goal was “the pursuit of beauty,” and this sentiment is clear in the hundreds of works he created throughout his lifetime. The Parrots window was designed for the Watts Sherman House in Newport, RI.

MGT006 6"x10"

Tiffany River of Life Landscape tray

Tiffany River of Life Landscape tray

Louis Comfort Tiffany

In the 1870s Louis Comfort Tiffany began experimenting and introduced many new techniques and types of glass that completely revolutionized the art of stained glass. When light fell upon the window, it transmitted through the various layers of glass and was not reflected off it, producing brilliant results. His "River of Life" window is part of the Richard H. Driehaus Museum collection in Chicago.

MGT017 6"x10"

Tiffany Snowball tray

Tiffany Snowball tray

The Snowball window was created for Louis Comfort Tiffany’s country estate at Laurelton Hall in Long Island, NY. Tiffany drew upon his love of the white hydrangeas that in spring surrounded his first home, "The Briars," in great abundance, and that flourished in his garden and in masses of pots in the main interior rooms at Laurelton Hall.

MGT002 6"x10"

Tiffany Summer tray

Tiffany Summer tray

Louis Comfort Tiffany

"Summer Panel from the Four Seasons Window"

At the 1900 Exposition Universelle in Paris, Louis Comfort Tiffany debuted a magnificent window depicting the four seasons. The Summer panel, with its bright Poppies under a cobalt blue sky, is just one part of Tiffany’s extraordinary representation of nature’s cycle. Entirely composed of colored, plated, and textured glass, with no painted embellishments at all, the leaded-glass panels represent the highest achievement in Tiffany glassmaking.

MGT004 6"x10"

Tiffany Wisteria tray

Tiffany Wisteria tray

Louis Comfort Tiffany

Louis Comfort Tiffany, son of famed jeweler Charles Lewis Tiffany, dedicated his life to portraying nature as art, evident in his brilliant use of color and light. Tiffany created thousands of works of art, from stained glass windows to paintings to furniture. His Wisteria transom windows were designed for and installed in Tiffany’s Laurelton Hall dining room in Long Island, NY. Tiffany missed his beautiful flowers blooming during the winter months, and designed the Wisteria windows so he could see beautiful flowers all year.

MGT003 6"x10"

Aurora tableau

Aurora tableau

Louis Comfort Tiffany

Louis Comfort Tiffany based this stained glass work on Will H. Low’s painting of the Roman goddess Aurora, goddess of the dawn. He utilized a technique called plating, placing one piece of glass on top of another, to make the scene seem multi-dimensional. This theme of dawn is visible not only in the early morning light, but also in the woman’s rosy complexion and red hair. The work is in the Charles Hosmer Morse Museum of American Art in Winter Park, FL.

MGA250 6"x8"

Dana-Thomas House Window tableau

Dana-Thomas House Window tableau

Frank Lloyd Wright

Frank Lloyd Wright designed approximately 450 glass windows, fixtures, panels, skylights, and door panels for the 12,000 square foot Dana-Thomas House, including this one. Wright placed the windows in such a way for visitors to be continually aware of the outside. This was Wright’s 72nd building and is the site of the largest collection of site-specific original art glass and furniture designed by Wright.

MGA336 6" x 8"

Eagle Scout tableau

Eagle Scout tableau

Jack Woodson

The Boy Scouts of America (BSA) has been around for more than 100 years and has nearly 3 millions members. Eagle Scout is the highest rank one can achieve in the organization, and there are several requirements to do so. Through its many programs, BSA strives to foster strong character, responsibility, and citizenship in its members. This tableau was designed by artist Jack Woodson. It utilizes a patent-pending dye sublimation process that creates a uniquely formatted light-scattering coating on ultra-clear polished edge float glass. This process crafts a translucent and almost three-dimensional effect, and the resulting panel is highly resistant to fading in all conditions, including direct sunlight. Use mild soap and water to wipe clean.

MGA229 8" x 10"

In July Before Noon tableau

In July Before Noon tableau

Théo van Rysselberghe

"In July Before Noon" was created by Théo van Rysselberghe (Belgian, 1862–1926) in 1890. The oil-on-canvas painting is part of the Collection Kröller–Müller Museum in Otterlo, the Netherlands.

MGA337 10" x 8"

Klimt Kiss tableau

Klimt Kiss tableau

Gustav Klimt

The timeless romance of Gustav Klimt's (Austrian, 1862-1918) beloved work The Kiss is reproduced in our brilliant stained glass panel. Klimt devoted much of his time to architectural decoration and considerably influenced the decorative arts in Austria. His paintings are large allegorical canvases which combine linear construction and rich colors, often a world of beautiful women and nudes against a bejeweled background. Many of Klimt's works incorporate flowery fields, geometric patterns and flat metallics to create a rich decorative surface. He then breaks the rich surface with a subject, bringing the focus in on intimate detail painted with delicate subtlety.

MGA211 8" x 6"

Lamb Parrots tableau -- hanging

Lamb Parrots tableau -- hanging

J. & R. Lamb Studios

In 1857, Joseph and Richard Lamb opened a stained-glass studio in New York’s Greenwich Village. Highly successful, the firm passed to Joseph’s sons, Charles Rollinson Lamb and Frederick Stymetz Lamb in 1885. The company became the longest continuously running stained-glass and ecclesiastical art maker in the country and remained in the Lamb family until acquired by an employee in 1970. Their Parrots window, circa 1903, is part of the Charles Hosmer Morse Museum of American Art in Winter Park, FL.

MGA248 8x10"

Manhattan Bridge Looking Up tableau

Manhattan Bridge Looking Up tableau

Berenice Abbott

Berenice Abbott (1898-1991) was an American photographer best known for her black and white photography of New York City architecture and urban design of the 1930s. Ms. Abbott began her work in photography as darkroom assistant to the American modernist artist, Man Ray. She later started her own photography studio in Paris, before moving back to the United States and New York in 1929 to capture the city in pictures. She was ultimately hired in 1935 by the Federal Art Project which supported her in her Changing New York photography project. Manhattan Bridge Looking up was one of the amazing photos Ms. Abbot took while with the FAP.

MGA213 8" x 10"

Memorial Lights tableau

Memorial Lights tableau

Municipal Art Society and Creative Time

This moving tribute in light was installed in memory of the thousands who perished in the terrorist attacks of September 11, 2001. 88 search lights created huge beams where the Twin Towers once stood. The lights were visible throughout New York City and some places in New Jersey.

MGA219 6" x 8"

Seven Ages of Man tableau

Seven Ages of Man tableau

Nicola d'Ascenzo

William Shakespeare

In "As You Like It," Shakespeare defined the seven ages of man to be: infant, school boy, lover, soldier, judge, old age, and second childhood. This stained glass window can be found at the renowned Folger Shakespeare Library in Washington, D.C. It was created by Nicola d'Ascenzo in 1932 and is a beautiful testament to Shakespeare's idea of life.

MGA223 8" x 10"

Skating in Central Park tableau

Skating in Central Park tableau

J.S. Johnston

This rare view of Central Park is dominated by New York’s first luxury apartment house, the Dakota, named in part because the upper west side was thought to be as remote as the Dakota Territory. Producing much of his work in the 1880s and 1890s, J.S. Johnston is best known for his photographs of yacht races and his scenic images of New York City, like this striking one of Central Park. The park served almost as a country retreat for New Yorkers to walk, skate, picnic, and explore, and Johnston captured many of these idyllic moments. He died in 1899 at Niagara Falls.

MGA214 8" x 6"

Tiffany Feeding the Flamingoes tableau

Tiffany Feeding the Flamingoes tableau

Louis Comfort Tiffany

Louis Comfort Tiffany was an artist of glass as well as a painter, interior decorator, architect, photographer, and designer. Nature served as a frequent source of inspiration for Tiffany. He stated that his life-long goal was “the pursuit of beauty,” and this sentiment is clear in the hundreds of works he created throughout his lifetime.

MGA207 6" x 8"

Tiffany Parrot tableau

Tiffany Parrot tableau

Louis Comfort Tiffany

Nature served as a frequent source of inspiration for Tiffany. He stated that his life-long goal was “the pursuit of beauty,” and this sentiment is clear in the hundreds of works he created throughout his lifetime. The Parrots window was designed for the Watts Sherman House in Newport, RI.

MGA205 8" x 6"

MGA206 10" x 8"

Tiffany Pumpkins and Beets tableau

Tiffany Pumpkins and Beets tableau

Louis Comfort Tiffany

One of God’s greatest creations, nature served as a frequent source of inspiration for Tiffany. He stated that his life-long goal was “the pursuit of beauty,” and this sentiment is clear in the hundreds of works he created throughout his lifetime. His Pumpkin and Beets window was installed at Laurelton Hall, but the exact room is unknown.

MGA201 10" x 8"

MGA202 8" x 6"

Tiffany Rose tableau

Tiffany Rose tableau

The Rose window was created by Louis Comfort Tiffany around 1906. Tiffany was an artist of glass as well as a painter, interior decorator, architect, photographer, and designer. Nature served as a frequent source of inspiration for the artist. He stated that his life-long goal was “the pursuit of beauty,” and this sentiment is clear in the hundreds of works he created throughout his lifetime. The window is in the collection of the Charles Hosmer Morse Museum of American Art in Winter Park, FL.

MGA220 8" x 10"

Tiffany Snowball tableau

Tiffany Snowball tableau

Louis Comfort Tiffany

The Snowball window was created for Louis Comfort Tiffany’s country estate at Laurelton Hall in Long Island, NY. Tiffany drew upon his love of the white hydrangeas that in spring surrounded his first home, "The Briars," in great abundance, and that flourished in his garden and in masses of pots in the main interior rooms at Laurelton Hall.

MGA204 8" x 6"

Tiffany Wisteria tableau

Tiffany Wisteria tableau

Louis Comfort Tiffany

Louis Comfort Tiffany, son of famed jeweler Charles Lewis Tiffany, dedicated his life to portraying nature as art, evident in his brilliant use of color and light. Tiffany created thousands of works of art, from stained glass windows to paintings to furniture. His Wisteria transom windows were designed for and installed in Tiffany’s Laurelton Hall dining room in Long Island, NY. Tiffany missed his beautiful flowers blooming during the winter months, and designed the Wisteria windows so he could see beautiful flowers all year.

MGA209 8" x 6"

MGA210 10" x 8"

Van Gogh Landscape at Saint Remy tableau

Van Gogh Landscape at Saint Remy tableau

Vincent van Gogh

Vincent van Gogh's "Landscape at Saint-Rémy (Enclosed Field with Peasant)" was painted in the Provençal town of Saint-Rémy, as van Gogh recuperated from a nervous breakdown suffered on Christmas Eve, 1888, during Gauguin's fateful visit. It is one of four views of a walled wheat field executed in the autumn of 1889. Symbols of the artist's pantheistic beliefs, the ploughed terrain and rugged mountain peaks pulsate with a fertile inner life, charged by the picture's dynamic brushwork, rich surface texture, and varied colors.

MGA245 10" x 8"


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