Louis Comfort Tiffany’s desire was to illuminate nature, and he did so brilliantly. An unrivaled master of stained glass and Art Nouveau ornament, he was an accomplished painter before he began his experiments in glass, and he brought a colorist’s eye to his work—often blended in patterns that mingled or swept across the sheet with painterly fluidity. Largely thanks to Tiffany and his famed Studios, decorative leaded glass became hugely popular around the turn of the 20th century, holding pride of place in churches, civic buildings, steamships, shops, and homes. Tiffany’s genius for innovation and artistry glows as brightly as it ever did, forming the basis of his legacy as one of the most influential designers of the past two centuries. This calendar presents 12 remarkable Tiffany windows, panels, and lamp shades to color your world.