If you are an art freak and every now and then you love to roam along the vintage streets; you are bound to love the artistic Dale Tiffany lamp. Actually it is not the original; it is a genuine copy of the artistic art nouveau lamps that are extremely costly and often found only in the museums. Not only is it a good replica of the real Louis Tiffany lamp, it looks awesome throwing magnificent array of colors in the criss-cross lighting patterns.
Louis Tiffany was an eminent artist and an American painter who created aesthetics with glass. He was a painter in his early days and learnt the art of painting in Paris. He eventually got attracted towards glass making and you can see that his artwork was influenced by “Art Nouveau”.
Louis Tiffany was an accomplished artist and his innovation led to mystical glass that emitted light in a distinct manner when lit. For the wealthy and elite class, he created unique tints in the lamp that glittered in most unique themes, when illuminated many colours came alive that did not show on the surface of glass.
He could achieve professionally with some discrete technology, delicate techniques that were known just to him. Even today, it is difficult to achieve the original craft with the glass like L. C. Tiffany and it remains a mystery with the contemporary artists and the glass industry.
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