A stunning display of Tiffany lamps will light up the galleries at the Muskegon Museum of Art this fall. Recently opened, "Tiffany Lamps: The Richard H. Driehaus Collection" is an exhibition that features the famed glass lamps, stained glass windows, and more from the height of Tiffany Studios and will be up until Jan. 14, 2024.The Tiffany Glass Company began producing lamps around 1895 and focused primarily on making stained glass lampshades, windows, and mosaics until the early 1900s. As the company grew, it also began producing ceramics, jewelry, and decorative home objects. American Artist Louis Comfort Tiffany designed many of the windows and glass lampshades; however, a group of women known as the "Tiffany Girls" designed the company's most iconic, nature-inspired designs, including the Wisteria and Dragonfly patterns."The Tiffany Lamps: The Richard H. Driehaus Collection" show will highlight the history of the Tiffany Glass Company and the "Tiffany Girls." The exhibition combines the museum's Tiffany glass and lamp collection with the Richard H. Driehaus Collection of stained glass windows and lamps in an impressive display of the beauty and elegance of Tiffany design.Artwork for the "Tiffany Lamps: The Richard H. Driehaus Collection" is graciously loaned through the Richard H. Driehaus Art Exhibition Lending Foundation. The museum is in Muskegon, Mich.Special events and programming related to the Tiffany Lamps exhibition will be announced on the Muskegon Museum of Art's website. To learn more, visit www.muskegonartmuseum.org.