Explore Tiffany's Mosaics Online

Explore Tiffany's Mosaics Online

The artisans at Tiffany Studios made and chose the glass they used for their large-scale mosaics very carefully. They used the colors and patterns on the sheets of glass to mimic texture and depth, and to show details such as facial features and folds of clothing. Explore these interactives to discover some of the details of Jacques Marquette’s Exhibition, The Dream Garden, and The Last Supper, and watch videos about some of Tiffany’s glassmaking processes.

Tiffany's Glass Mosaics Interactives

Dive into the details of Jacques Marquette’s Expedition

Experience Jacques Marquette's Expedition

Explore the different types of glass in this mosaic at the Marquette Building in Chicago, Illinois, by clicking the highlight boxes and by dragging the mosaic to view different areas.

Experience Jacques Marquette's Expedition

 

Explore The Dream Garden

Experience The Dream Garden

Click the highlight boxes and drag the mosaic to explore more of the glass innovations used to create this 15- by 49-foot mosaic at the Curtis Center in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania.

Experience The Dream Garden

 

Compare different versions of The Last Supper

Experience The Last Supper

Compare the glass selections — the colors, shapes, and sizes of glass pieces — and see how the choices of the artisans affected each version of The Last Supper, in Baltimore, Maryland; Clifton Springs, New York; and Rochester New York.

Experience The Last Supper

 

Tiffany's Glass Mosaics Videos