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July 11 @ 11:00 am | Open Daily | Free

Illuminated Legacy Exhibit

Illuminated Legacy Exhibit

Open Daily | Free

Windows from the Richards H. Driehaus Collection

Discover a curated selection of ten Tiffany windows from Richard H. Driehaus’s extensive collection of over 1,500 Tiffany objects. As a passionate collector and philanthropist, Mr. Driehaus acquired the historic Nickerson Mansion in 2003, overseeing its meticulous five-year restoration. Today, the Driehaus Museum, situated near Michigan Avenue, serves as a hub for global conversations on art, architecture, and design. The museum’s collection, shaped by Mr. Driehaus’s vision, includes exquisite Tiffany lamps and glassware.

Louis Comfort Tiffany, renowned for his innovative approach to stained glass, founded Tiffany Glass & Decorating Company in 1892 and later established Tiffany Studios in 1902. This exhibition showcases Tiffany’s diverse window designs, from ecclesiastical to portrait themes, highlighting his pioneering techniques in glassmaking. Tiffany’s influence on Chicago is profound, evident in the city’s cultural spaces, churches, and even Macy’s on State Street, where his decorative mosaics and windows endure as vibrant legacies.

This exhibit is open daily, free to the public, and located on the lower level of the Pier’s Festival Hall (between Garage Doors 10-12).

Time

11:00 am

Address

600 E. Grand Avenue,
Chicago, IL 60611

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