Louis Comfort Tiffany


Louis Comfort Tiffany
noun
United States artist who developed Tiffany glass (1848-1933)
Syn: ↑Tiffany
Instance Hypernyms: ↑artist, ↑creative person

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  • Tiffany,Louis Comfort — Tif·fa·ny (tĭfʹə nē), Louis Comfort. 1848 1933. American artist who developed an opalescent colored glass that he used in stained glass windows, lamps, and other decorations. * * * …   Universalium

  • Tiffany, Louis Comfort — (18 feb. 1848, Nueva York, N.Y., EE.UU.–17 ene. 1933, ciudad de Nueva York). Pintor, artesano, filántropo, decorador y diseñador estadounidense. Hijo del famoso joyero Charles Louis Tiffany (n. 1812–m. 1902) estudió pintura con George Inés en… …   Enciclopedia Universal

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