Dawn in the Woods in Springtime Stained Glass Panel
by L.C. Tiffany
from the Brooklyn Museum
Dimensions: 7" x 17 1/8"
*acrylic stand or wooden easels
Dawn in the Woods in Springtime is one of a pair of windows (Sunset in Autumn Woods is the second window in the pair) on exhibit in the Brooklyn Museum of Art. The windows were originally produced for the Universalist Church of Our Father in Brooklyn, NY in 1905. They were purchased by All Souls Universalist Church (also of Brooklyn), in 1945, where they remained until they came to the Brooklyn Museum of Art.
The windows are realistic representations of two sylvan landscapes, using the inherent properties of translucent colored glass to capture the subtle effects of changing light at dawn and dusk. In depicting a springtime wood at sunrise and an autumn wood at sunset, they also constitute an allegory of life and the passage of time.
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