Tiffany Stained Glass Windows, Re-Imagined without Bars, removes a key barrier to the beauty and enjoyment of Louis Comfort Tiffany’s Favrile glass. A new enhancement now available is combining multiple lancet windows into one. Something like a panorama but a bit more challenging.
For instance, this lovely stained glass Mountain Lakeview, comprised of three windows (triptych) is divided by two large columns. Given the limits of construction technique, transport, installation and economics more than 100 years ago, the division made sense. But I found myself wishing, like Bar None™, for greater viewing participation. Imagining what the initial inspired design would have looked like without columns. After all, the beauty of vistas don’t typically include columns.
Today, we have the opportunity to digitally bridge expansive columns and unify triptych windows into one. The following three images demonstrates the progression:
Bar None™ Process
Another example: Deer Drinking at The River of Life
Like many artistic efforts, there’s beauty in both. Chocolate, vanilla, strawberry? Personally, I like any version with the least amount of visual barriers that can also provide dimensional perspective. Hence, both the original stained glass triptych and the unified triptych images, will be available. Moreover, the two examples here, and several other Tiffany Re-Imagined Windows, will also be presented.