Three-stories high with two floors of balconies, the room was defined by eight pairs of marble columns that created an octagonal formation around a central pool that held a tall teardrop-shaped glass vase. A series of glass fountains introduced water into the court and flowed outdoors via a marble conduit system. Tiffany, with palette and easel, sat for the painting with his dog, Funny, in May The two are enveloped by multihued hydrangea and vibrant yellow pocketbook plants, with Cold Spring Harbor in the distance.
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The Erving and Joyce Wolf Collection. The dining room was located to the west of the Fountain Court. The decoration was said to have been inspired by a blue and white Chinese embroidered medallion, presumed to be part of his collection. The medallion motif was reproduced in the blue and white carpet and echoed in the pattern of a broad leaded-glass shade in blue, cream, and celadon green.
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This planar modern mantelpiece was the only interior architectural element to survive the fire. The living hall was situated to the east of the Fountain Court. Even the pottery and desk set items were selected to coordinate with the overall color palette. In around Tiffany transformed this space into a virtual museum for some of his best leaded-glass windows.
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He filled each of the window openings with different windows that spanned from the earliest Eggplant dating to about , to his enormous composition, The Bathers of , the latter of which was destroyed during the fire. Several of the windows at Laurelton had been featured at the Paris Exposition, notably the larger Four Seasons, originally framed by a gold and opalescent glass border. Tiffany later separated the Seasons panels when he had them installed at Laurelton Hall.
Another window and one of the most painterly, Pumpkin and Beets depicts two large pumpkins growing amidst their luminous green foliage, juxtaposed with brilliant fuchsia beet leaves Fig. He also brought together many of his most celebrated works in blown glass, pottery, and enamel. He displayed a wide variety of his wares side by side in museum-style fabric-lined cases encircling the balcony of the Fountain Court.
Many were of large scale, notably a blue iridescent glass vase with a decoration of deep blue leaves Fig.
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Laurelton, New York (Images of America Series)
Overview When the 13 colonies declared their independence from the British, the area of Queens that eventually became Laurelton consisted of woodlands, ponds, and farms. As Laurelton was a beautiful and safe area, real estate boomed. Laurelton is in the eighth-wealthiest council district in New York City, and its reputation for beauty and community involvement continues.
About the Author Roberta Kossoff has worked in the field of neighborhood preservation and local history for several years. She is a special education teacher and a resident of Bayside, Queens. Annette Henkin Landau, who grew up in Laurelton, is a short-story writer, former teacher of college English, and a recently retired librarian. Average Review. Write a Review. Related Searches.
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