This post was written by Katherine Larson, Assistant Curator of Ancient and Islamic Glass, and Alexandra Ruggiero, Assistant Curator If you’ve had a chance to visit our changing exhibition, Tiffany’s Glass Mosaics, you’ve likely been mesmerized by the glass mosaics on … Read more →
The Mona Lisa, Leonardo DaVinci’s iconic painting in the Louvre, might be the most famous work of art in the world right now. It has inspired memes, selfies, movies, and not an insignificant number of inquiries into the subject’s enigmatic … Read more →
Visitors to the special exhibition Revealing the Invisible: The History of Glass and the Microscope, currently on view at the Rakow Research Library, can examine portraits of key figures in the history of microscopy alongside the instruments and books they … Read more →
When we began researching Blaschka collections around the world for the Fragile Legacy: The Marine Invertebrate Glass Models of Leopold and Rudolf Blaschka exhibition, we had no idea how rich, interesting, and complex the list would become.