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Museum Glass Art Ornaments
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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Tiffany Feeding the Flamingoes

Tiffany Feeding the Flamingoes

Louis Comfort Tiffany

"Feeding the Flamingos" was designed originally for the 1893 World Columbian Exposition by Louis Comfort Tiffany, who considered it one of his most important works. Park, Florida. It was later restored and is now part of the Charles Hosmer Morse Museum of Art in Winter Park, Florida.

9-11 Survivor Tree

9-11 Survivor Tree

Rosanna Bowles

A Callery pear tree was discovered in the rubble of Ground Zero during the recovery operation after the terrorist attacks of September 11, 2001. The severely damaged tree was nursed back to health and became known as the Survivor Tree. It now stands at the 9/11 Memorial as a living reminder of our shared strength in the face of tragedy. All net proceeds are dedicated to sustaining the National September 11 Memorial & Museum.

Hopper -- The Long Leg

Hopper -- The Long Leg

Edward Hopper

Edward Hopper is recognized as one of the most important American realist painters of the first half of the 20th century. Like many New York artists of his generation, Hopper sought relief from summer in the city by going to the New England shore and "The Long Leg" depicts Long Point Light in Provincetown, MA, not far from the artist's summer home in South Truro.

MGA342 4"x3" rectangle

Tiffany Snowball

Tiffany Snowball

Louis Comfort Tiffany

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

MGO204 3.5" circle

Tiffany Parrots

Tiffany Parrots

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. The Parrots window was designed for the Watts Sherman House in Newport, Rhode Island.

MGO206 4" x 3"

Tiffany Parrots

Tiffany Parrots

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, Rhode Island.

MGO207 3.5" circle

Tiffany Holy Spirit

Tiffany Holy Spirit

Louis Comfort Tiffany

Louis Comfort Tiffany devoted his life to designing dazzling works of art in stained glass. He was a man obsessed with glass and its ability to refocus light into a myriad of radiant beams. In this art work of "The Holy Spirit", the radiance of light passes through the central figure and fills the heavens.

MGO209 3.5" circle

Fourth Day of Creation

Fourth Day of Creation

Ernest W. Lakeman

The magnificence of Divine Creation is captured in this roundel, which narrates The Fourth Day of Creation. As the morning sun shines through the deep rich colors of the glass, one is reminded of God's masterful work and power. Ernest W. Lakeman designed The Fourth Day of Creation for the North side of the Cathedral Church of St. John the Divine in New York City.

MGO210 3.5" circle

Nativity - Life of Christ

Nativity - Life of Christ

Jack Woodson

"The Nativity," painted by Jack Woodson, is a reproduction of the Nativity window from the Life of Christ series by the U.S. Historical Society.

MGO211 3.5" circle

Tiffany Bridge-Mellon House

Tiffany Bridge-Mellon House

Louis Comfort Tiffany

The RB Mellon House Window was created by Louis Comfort Tiffany between 1908 and 1910 for the Richard Beattie Mellon House in Pittsburgh. It is currently part of the Charles Hosmer Morse Museum of American Art in Winter Park, FL.

MGO221 3" X 4"

White House Christmas Tree Lighting Ceremony

White House Christmas Tree Lighting Ceremony

Tom Freeman

President Franklin D. Roosevelt and British Prime Minister Winston Churchill are depicted by artist Tom Freeman on the South Portico of the White House during the tree lighting ceremony in 1941, held just weeks after the attack on Pearl Harbor.

Available exclusively through the White House Historical Association.

MGO227 3.5" circle

Tiffany Wisteria

Tiffany Wisteria

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. Tiffany missed his beautiful flowers blooming during the winter months, and designed the Wisteria windows so he could see beautiful flowers all year.

MGO228 3.5" circle

Tiffany Nasturtium Lamp

Tiffany Nasturtium Lamp

Louis Comfort Tiffany

Nature served as a frequent source of inspiration for Louis Comfort 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 Tiffany Nasturtium Lamp was created by Tiffany Studios around 1910 and is part of the exhibit at the Richard H. Driehaus Museum in Chicago.

MGO241 3.5" circle

Tiffany Peony Lamp

Tiffany Peony Lamp

Louis Comfort Tiffany

Nature served as a frequent source of inspiration for Louis Comfort Tiffany and flowers are a recurrent theme in his stained glass. The Tiffany Table Lamp with Peony Shade (detail) was created by Tiffany Studios between 1903 and 1905 and is part of the exhibit at the Richard H. Driehaus Museum in Chicago.

MGO242 3.5" circle

Hassam - South Ledges

Hassam - South Ledges

Childe Hassam

American Impressionist Childe Hassam was greatly influenced by Claude Monet, as evident in his South Ledges. Here we can see Hassam’s great use of color and light as he depicts a leisurely woman enjoying the day on a rocky beach. The setting for this scene is Appledore Island, an artist’s colony off the coast of Maine that Hassam often frequented with his friends.

MGO244 3.5" circle

Tiffany Daffodil Lamp (detail)

Tiffany Daffodil Lamp (detail)

Louis Comfort Tiffany

Nature scenes, especially flowers, influenced much of the work of Louis Comfort Tiffany. The Tiffany Daffodil Lamp was created by Tiffany Studios between 1899 and 1910 and is part of the exhibit at the Richard H. Driehaus Museum in Chicago.

MGO245 3.5" circle

9-11 Tribute in Light

9-11 Tribute in Light

Municipal Art Society and Creative Time

Tribute in Light is a commemorative public art installation first presented six months after 9/11 and then every year thereafter, from dusk to dawn, on the night of September 11. Visible as far as 60 miles from lower Manhattan and reaching up to four miles into the sky, the twin beams were conceived by several artists and designers who were then brought together under the auspices of the Municipal Art Society and Creative Time.

MGO248 3.5" circle

Klimt Kiss

Klimt Kiss

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.

MGO253 3"x4" hexagon

Van Gogh Landscape at Saint Remy

Van Gogh Landscape at Saint Remy

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.

MGO259 3" X 4"

Degas - Dancer Tilting

Degas - Dancer Tilting

Edgar Degas

Edgar Degas painted "Dancer Tilting" around 1833. Degas was a master of movement, evident in his many works with dancers as the subject. His exquisite lines and use of light and color made him one of the greatest artists of the era.

MGO265 3"x4" oval

Iwo Jima

Iwo Jima

Jack Woodson

On February 23, 1945, six servicemen raised the American flag during World War II’s Battle of Iwo Jima. Photographer Joe Rosenthal captured the scene in a Pulitzer Prize-winning photograph, which was later used to cast the famous sculpture at the Marine Corps War Memorial. The memorial is dedicated to every Marine who has given their life in service to our country since 1775. This glass depiction features the true phrase: “Uncommon valor was a common virtue” and was designed by American artist Jack Woodson.

MGO267 3.5" circle

Frank Lloyd Wright Butterfly Arch

Frank Lloyd Wright Butterfly Arch

Frank Lloyd Wright

In 1902 Susan Lawrence Dana hired Frank Lloyd Wright to remodel her family’s existing Italianate-style Victorian home. The only remaining portion of the house to be seen is a fireplace mantel in a small sitting room. The main entrance of the house is adorned with a double transom arch of geometrically stylized butterflies. The Butterfly Arch appears to join the “old” and “new” houses as a pattern of butterflies is carved into the onyx mantel of the “Victorian Sitting Room.” The Dana-Thomas House is located in Springfield, Illinois and administered by the Illinois Historic Preservation Agency.

MGO268 2.875" x 3.75"

Dana-Thomas House

Dana-Thomas House

Stan Squires

Home of Frank Lloyd Wright

The Dana-Thomas House in Springfield, Illinois is probably the best preserved of Frank Lloyd Wright's Prairie School houses. It exemplifies many of the innovations in design that Wright was developing in his quest to redefine the style of the American family home. Frank Lloyd Wright was given an unequaled opportunity and an unlimited budget to experiment with his ideas by Susan Dana, a wealthy heiress who wanted a unique residence that would become a showplace for the city of Springfield.

MGO292 3.5" diameter

Mucha Blonde on Green

Mucha Blonde on Green

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.

MGO328 3.75x2.9" oval

Mucha Brunette on Red

Mucha Brunette on Red

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.

MGO329 3.75x2.9" oval

George Washington Portrait

George Washington Portrait

Rembrandt Peale

In 1823, portrait artist Rembrandt Peale created what was said to be a remarkably faithful likeness of George Washington. In 1832, Peale sold the original portrait to Congress and it still hangs today in the old Senate Chamber of the United States Capitol.

MGO339 3"x4" oval

Mucha Brunette on Green

Mucha Brunette on Green

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.

MGO342 3.75x2.9" oval

Mucha Blonde on Red

Mucha Blonde on Red

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.

MGO343 3.75x2.9" oval


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