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Learn more about the inner workings of Tiffany Studios with this landscape study by Agnes Northrop, one of the “Tiffany Girls.”

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This fanciful blown-glass work by Tiffany Studios always stirs the curiosity of visitors to the Reception Room.

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Want to know more about the designer behind the new art nouveau display case at the Driehaus Museum?

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This week we’re featuring a Fritz von Miller inkstand adorned with gold, diamonds, rubies, and emeralds.

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Here are the top 10 posts from the Driehaus Museum blog in 2012.

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For a Thanksgiving week edition on the blog, we’re taking a closer look at a Herter Brothers dining table from the original Nickerson Mansion, now part of the Driehaus Museum’s collection.

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Some of the decorative objects that debuted at the fair are on permanent view at the Driehaus Museum.

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The Driehaus Museum is home to an Italian neo-classical sculpture which depicts, in life-sized figures, a well-known myth.

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A new Arthur Hughes painting in the Drawing Room features Sir Galahad, flanked by angels, searching for the Holy Grail.

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What many people discover when they come to the Driehaus Museum is that Louis Comfort Tiffany and his associated firms designed a great deal more than just lamps.

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