Featuring lush, radiant colors, the Museum’s Magnolias and Irises
Umbrella is based on an original Louis Comfort Tiffany (American, 1848–1933) Favrile glass window depicting a picturesque landscape. The window features an embankment of irises idly situated beneath flowering magnolia trees in the foreground. Magnificent purple hills are set in the background with a central meandering stream, possibly emblematic of the river of life. This piece exemplifies Louis Comfort Tiffany’s lifelong fascination with light, color, and nature.
Polyester, with aluminum/fiberglass frame. Automatic open and manual close. Folded 11''L. Canopy 42''W.