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THE METROPOLITAN MUSEUM OF ART JOURNAL | VOLUME 51

"Drawing, Photography, and the Design of Tiffany Studios’ Te Deum Laudamus Mosaic Triptych": The Metropolitan Museum Journal, v. 51 (2016)

Ruiz Molina, Marina and Christine Olson
2016
20 pages
17 illustrations
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The Metropolitan Museum Journal is issued annually by The Metropolitan Museum of Art. Its purpose is to publish original research on works in the Museum’s collection. Articles are contributed by members of the Museum staff and other art historians and specialists.

Design for single mosaic panel for "Te Deum Laudamus" triptych, Frederick Wilson  American, born Ireland, Watercolor and gouaches on sketching board, with fragment of original mat, American
ca. 1922–23
Photograph of design for single mosaic panel for "Te Deum Laudamus" triptych, Frederick Wilson  American, born Ireland, Photograph, American
ca. 1922–23
Design for mosaic tablet behind an altar, Louis C. Tiffany  American, Watercolor, white gouache, black ink, and graphite on paper mounted on board in original shaped mat, American
late 19th–early 20th century
Suggestion for mosaic panel, Mrs. Edward Van Ingen, Church of the Redeemer, Patterson, New Jersey, Louis C. Tiffany  American, Watercolor, gouache, gold metallic ink, and graphite on artist board in original mat, American
ca.1921
Photograph of design for single mosaic panel for "Te Deum Laudamus" triptych, Frederick Wilson  American, born Ireland, Photostat with watercolor highlights, American
ca. 1922–23
Design for single mosaic panel for "Te Deum Laudamus" triptych, Frederick Wilson  American, born Ireland, Brown wash, white gouache, and graphite on paper mounted on board in original matt, American
ca. 1899
Design for two windows, "Te Deum Laudamus", Frederick Wilson  American, born Ireland, Watercolor and gouache in grisaille, pen and white ink, and graphite, American
1900
Memorials in Glass and Stone, printed paper
1922

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