A Nickerson Tour1 comments
Though Samuel made his riches in Chicago, the old Nickerson name was established in—and remains in—Massachusetts. > Read more
"The Seven Lamps of Architecture" by John Ruskin1 comments
John Ruskin on reversing the flow of inspiration's origins and drawing designs from nature instead.
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You Asked: What is the Inscription in the Gothic Chandelier?0 comments
A unique Gothic Revival-style Tiffany Studios chandelier in Driehaus Museum's smoking room reveals itself as a memorial chandelier—that is, if you can make out the inscription. > Read more
November 25, 2013
A New Phase for an Old Home
An article in Plinth by Lindsay Bosch explores the challenge of managing a current exhibition and planning for future shows within the context of a historic home museum. Read more
November 19, 2013
The New York Times mentions Tiffany and Herter furniture in a recent article.
A recent article in the New York Times mentions both Tiffany and Herter furniture currently on display at the Driehaus Museum. Read more
Saturdays, December 7, 14, & 21
Celebrate the traditions of Gilded Age America that continue to make our winter holidays special! Read more
Mix & Mingle at the Movies: Meet Me in St. Louis
Saturday, December 14
Join us for an evening of merriment as the Marble Palace presents the classic film Meet Me in St. Louis!