OYSTER BAY HISTORICAL SOCIETY AND TIFFANY
May 20, 2016
LOUIS COMFORT TIFFANY COMES TO LIFE ON MAY 29
For those who didn't know, Louis Comfort Tiffany, the man who was featured in an exhibtion at the Metropolitan Museum of Art and who is known for his extraordinary stained glass window designs will be the subject of a talk at the Oyster Bay Historical Society. The Long Island historian and preservation advocate, Monica Randall, will offer and took and tour of the Tiffany's estate and gardens at Laurelton Hal (the last home designed by Tiffany).
People will gain access to rarely-seen images from the Tiffany family scrapbooks as well learn more about this artistic titan. After the presentation, guests are invited to enjoy tea sandwiches, scones and champagne cocktails in the colonial garden.
Admission is $10. Oyster Bay Historical Society.
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