The Cleveland Museum of Art

Collection Online as of February 24, 2024

Jack-in-the-Pulpit Vase

Jack-in-the-Pulpit Vase

c. 1915–20
(America, New York, 1902–1932)
height: 52.1 cm (20 1/2 in.)
Location: not on view

Did You Know?

Vases in the shapes of exotic floral forms were among the most popular of Louis Comfort Tiffany's designs in glass.


When Louis Comfort Tiffany began collaborating with glass artists on new types of production, his aesthetic ambitions were finally realized in the development of Favrile glass, a term he created to imply “handmade.” Largely through his marketing ability, Favrile glass became America’s greatest contribution to the Art Nouveau style. His works were exhibited at international expositions; at galleries in major European cities, where his creations were bought by many museums; and in his store in Manhattan, known as the Tiffany Glass and Decorating Co., later Tiffany Studios. From the outset, Tiffany used Favrile glass in mosaic panels, stained glass windows, and his artistic line of table and floor lamps.
  • ?–2018
    Charles Maurer [1929-2016], Cleveland, OH, bequest to the Cleveland Museum of Art
    The Cleveland Museum of Art, Cleveland, OH
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  • Tiffany in Bloom: Stained Glass Lamps of Louis Comfort Tiffany. The Cleveland Museum of Art, Cleveland, OH (organizer) (October 20, 2019-June 14, 2020).
  • {{cite web|title=Jack-in-the-Pulpit Vase|url=false|author=Tiffany Studios|year=c. 1915–20|access-date=24 February 2024|publisher=Cleveland Museum of Art}}

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