Richmond's Tiffany collection: Museum of Fine Arts, Maymont Mansion, Beth Ahabah

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Friday, April 30, 2010

1. VIRGINIA MUSEUM OF FINE ARTS

"Tiffany: Color and Light" will exhibit works appearing in America for the first time, such as eight windows from Montreal's Erskine and American United Church.

200 N. Boulevard, Richmond, 804-340-1400. www.vmfa.museum. "Tiffany: Color and Light" tickets: $15; $12 seniors, students, and children 7-17. Museum admission free.

2. MAYMONT MANSION

The Gilded Age abode houses two works by Tiffany, plus some designed by his father's business, Tiffany & Co.

1700 Hampton St., Richmond, 804-358-7166. http://www.maymont.org. $5 suggested donation for house tour. The special curator's tour, "A Tale of Two Tiffanys," runs Friday, noon-1 p.m. between May 28 and Aug. 13; $10.

3. HOLLYWOOD CEMETERY

Local businessman Lewis Ginter's mausoleum sports three Tiffany windows and a James River view.

412 S. Cherry St., Richmond, 804-648-8501. www.hollywoodcemetery.org.

4. CONGREGATION BETH AHABAH

Use the temple's Mount Sinai window for inspiration, then create your own masterwork in a Tiffany coloring book from the gift shop.

1111 W. Franklin St., Richmond, 804-358-6757, http://www.bethahabah.org. $5 suggested donation.


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