Michael John Burlingham

Louis Comfort Tiffany:
Artist for the Ages

"For those who did not grow up with an iPod in one hand and a computer mouse in the other, Louis Comfort Tiffany is a familiar name. His prolific contributions in many mediums were internationally influential. This month more than 120 examples of Tiffany's output in glass, stained glass, furniture, paintings, metalwork, mosaics, enamels, jewelry, and ceramics have been assembled to form an overview of his career. Working with Exhibitions International, Marilynn A. Johnson has organized this traveling exhibition entitled Louis Comfort Tiffany: Artist for the Ages for the Seattle Art Museum, where it is on view from October 13 to January 4, 2006."

--Magazine Antiques

Selected Works

A warts-and-more-warts account of early life among the shrinks.
-William Putnam (Bill) Bundy
Art history
Presents Tiffany's work in a wide variety of materials; lavishly illustrated with contextual essays by Marilynn A. Johnson, Nina Gray, Rudiger Joppien and Martin Fuller. Preface by Michael Burlingham