Lynch Tiffany Window


A beautiful 14" x 10" reproduction by GlassMasters of the Museum's copper-foiled and plate glass landscape window by Louis Comfort Tiffany.

The original of this window was commissioned by industrialist Thomas Lynch of Greensburg, Pennsylvania. Created by Tiffany Studios in 1905, it depicts the ancestral Irish cottage of the Lynch family. Eventually, the window was removed from the Lynch mansion in town and was "lost" for many years. In 2001, it was "found" in a farmhouse in Somerset County, Pennsylvania, auctioned at Christie's and purchased by the Westmoreland Museum of American Art.

This sun catcher can be either hung from a chain or displayed on a stand (both included).

It is not only an important piece in the history of this area, but it is also an excellent example of the fine work of Tiffany. It would be a handsome addition to any decor and a very unique gift for any occasion.

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