Peacocks and Peonies I, John La Farge, Smithsonian American Art Museum. La Farge pioneered the use of opalescent glass for leaded glass windows. This window and its mate, Peacocks and Peonies II, were once installed in a Gilded Age home in Boston.
A Tiffany Studios stained-glass window created around the turn of the century for a church in Duluth, Minnesota. The overall effect is painterly, a tranquil scene rendered in delicately colored glass rather than oil paints.