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click to enlarge The Neustadt Collection of Tiffany Glass recently opened a three-month exhibition in the lobby of Burke Rehabilitation Hospital’s White Plains campus (785 Mamaroneck Avenue). Four lamps, made more than a century ago by Louis Comfort Tiffany, are on view for patients, guests and staff to inspire healing and health. Pictured (l-r): William M. Mooney, Jr., President and CEO, Westchester County Association; Jeffrey Menkes, President and CEO, Burke Rehabilitation Hospital; Lindsy Parrott, Executive Director and Curator of The Neustadt Collection of Tiffany Glass; and Thomas Roach, Mayor, City of White Plains.

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The Neustadt Collection of Tiffany Glass recently opened a three-month exhibition in the lobby of Burke Rehabilitation Hospital’s White Plains campus (785 Mamaroneck Avenue). Four lamps, made more than a century ago by Louis Comfort Tiffany, are on view for patients, guests and staff to inspire healing and health. Pictured (l-r): William M. Mooney, Jr., President and CEO, Westchester County Association; Jeffrey Menkes, President and CEO, Burke Rehabilitation Hospital; Lindsy Parrott, Executive Director and Curator of The Neustadt Collection of Tiffany Glass; and Thomas Roach, Mayor, City of White Plains.

Tiffany Lamps Inspire Healing and Health at Burke Rehabilitation Hospital 

When: Through Feb. 7, 9 a.m.-5 p.m.
Phone: 914-597-2500
Email: stavares@30-ink.com
www.burke.org
The Neustadt recently opened an exhibition in the lobby of Burke Rehabilitation Hospital’s White Plains campus. Four lamps, made more than a century ago by the New York tastemaker Louis Comfort Tiffany, are on view for the hundreds of patients, guests, and staff who pass through every day through Feb. 7, 2020. This new exhibition, Louis Comfort Tiffany’s Shade Garden, features opalescent glass lamps with motifs including daffodils, apple blossoms, peonies, and pond lilies. It is the first major display of Tiffany’s works in Westchester County.

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