Margaret K. Hofer is vice president and museum director at the New-York Historical Society, where she has been a curator for more than two decades. She co-curated the ground-breaking 2007 exhibition and publication A New Light on Tiffany: Clara Driscoll and the Tiffany Girls, which revealed previously unrecognized achievements of Tiffany Studios women designers. The New-York Historical Society holds one of the largest collections of Tiffany lamps in the world. Rebecca Klassen is an assistant curator at the New-York Historical Society.
"Louis C. Tiffany's lamps and chandeliers have easily become one of
America's most iconic pieces of lighting."
"The Lamps of Tiffany Studios presents a jewel-box package that makes the perfect gift for any art lover."
-Art Of The Times
"One of the more fascinating discoveries discussed within the pages is how Louis C. Tiffany turned to and entrusted lead female designer Clara Driscoll (1861-1944) and her department of around 35 women known as the "Tiffany Girls" to create the eye catching styles that are so highly coveted today."