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Tonight episode of Made in Chelsea was pretty eventful. We saw four break ups (two of which happened to Sam Thompson), an incredibly classy slumber party and a very awkward kiss on a street corner (not so classy). It was an eventful hour on our telly boxes to say the least, so here were the talking points that set Twitter on fire this evening.
1. It turns out Sam Thompson was a bit of a player all along.
Who knew that behind that cheeky grin and adorably awkward demeanour, he thinks he Snoop Doggy Dog and has been chasing Lucy Watson sister. This didn go down well on Twitter. Victoria thinks dehydrated people want Coca Cola rather than, y water.
According to Victoria, Lucy to guys like the last Coca Cola in the desert Huh?
Saying after every nice thing you say isn really an apology, soz. In Chelsea, a slumber party consists of a lot less ugly hair in a top knot and face masks than we used to.
an earlier generation of Cincinnatians turned to Tiffany glass
CINCINNATI How many of us in the pews on Sunday morning glance heavenward without realizing the stained glass windows above may be the work of the famed Louis Comfort Tiffany?
It not so surprising that the Cincinnati Art Museum has what some consider a significant Tiffany collection, but Tiffany windows and Tiffany decorative arts can also be found in churches throughout town.
From Mt. Auburn Presbyterian to the Church of the Advent in Walnut Hills, you can see Tiffany stained glass work, oftentimes given in memory of loved ones more than a century ago.
WCPO Insiders can view photos of many of the Tri State Tiffany windows, and see our list of eight local places where you can see these works of art of yourself.
CINCINNATI How many of us in the pews on Sunday morning glance heavenward without realizingthe stained glass windows above may be the work of the famed Louis Comfort Tiffany?
It’s not so surprising that the Cincinnati Art Museum has what some consider a significant Tiffanycollection,but Tiffany windows and Tiffany decorative arts can also be found in churchesthroughout town.
FromMt. Auburn Presbyterian to the Church of the Advent in Walnut Hills, you can see Tiffany’s stained glass work, oftentimesgiven in memory of loved ones more than a century ago.
What makes Tiffany glass special?”Tiffanymixed metals, enamels and colored gemstones such as opals, tourmalines, moonstones and sapphires, in keeping with the subduedcolorationsof his impressionistic paintings and technically brilliant leaded glass.” Tiffany Calvary Episcopal Church This church in Clifton features five Tiffany windows. Built in 1868 in an English Gothic style, the church was named by the National Register of Historic Places to Clifton Avenue’s Historic District in 1979.
(Photos courtesy of Calvary Episcopal Church)
“The windows enhance the spiritual atmosphere of the room. The church is lucky to have them,” said Sanford Martin, a member of Calvary since 1936.
The center chancel window was given by Mrs. George K. Schoenberger in memory of her husband, George K. Schoenberger, who lived in Scarlet Oaks.
GrigginT. Edwin and Grace Miller gave the left chancel windowin memory of their parents, Emmanuel and Sarah Miller.
On March 16, 1904, the second window on the north side of the nave was given by Mrs. Fannie Burnet (Resor) Law in memory of her husband Charles Henry Law. This is a signed Tiffany window and the most valuable in the church.
Mt. Auburn Presbyterian The Rose Window in the balcony at Mount Auburn Presbyterian Church. (Photo by WCPOContributor Joseph Fuqua II)
Seventeen Tiffany windows grace Mt. Auburn Presbyterian Church, according to Diane K. Smith, a church member and elder.
“Our congregation, visitors and scholars have always remarked about the beauty of the sanctuary’s golden oak interior and stained glass windows. It is an exceptional historic and spiritual space,” said Smith, a former professor at the Art Academy of Cincinnati.
Mount Auburn Presbyterian Church is home to 17 Tiffany windows.(Photo byWCPOContributor Joseph Fuqua II)
The windows at Mount Auburn Presbyterianinclude:
The Parable of the Sower was dedicated in 1890 by the children of Anthony Hughes Hinkle The Rose Window in the balcony was dedicated by Mrs. Hugh Stewart in 1889, in memory of her sister. Mrs. This window refers to the biblical story found in Matthew 19:14. The center bay window is dedicated to Sunday School scholars, in memory of Mrs. George K. An endowment from longtime members Ruth and Fran Rosevear restored the windows as part of the 2008 2009 capital campaign. Willet Hauser Architectural Glass Co. and Rolf’s Stained and Leaded Glass Studio did the work.
Church of the Advent The Grandin Family donated five Tiffany windows to Church of the Advent between 1896 and 1920.
(Photo byWCPOContributor Joseph Fuqua II)
“We worship with them (Tiffany windows),” said longtime Advent parishioner Barb Haven, 82, who gives tours that feature the windows of the Episcopal church in Walnut Hills. When Advent started a website, Haven recommended adding information about the windows.
The Holy Family Series includes three windows named The Carpenter (representing Joseph), The Shepherd Boy (Jesus) with the Lamb and The Spinner (Mother Mary). This series was given in memory of Florence Bates McFadden by her son Philip, her sister Fannie and her sister Alice in the 1920s.
Christ Church Cathedral In 1890, Christ Church underwent a major facelift called the “Tiffany Renovation.” Tiffany designed a new interior for the church based on the then popular Byzantine influence. There are many pictures of that interior as it was unaltered until the old church was torn down in 1955.
Remnants of the renovation can still be found in the Chapel of the Ascension on the second floor of the cathedral’s Parish House. There are also some Tiffany tiles surrounding the altar in the meditation area near the columbarium(public storage area for urns holding cremation ashes).
In addition, two of the original six Tiffany lamps that hung in the old church are found there. These are made from what was called turtle glass.
(Photo byWCPOContributor Joseph Fuqua II)
A student at the University of Cincinnati wrote a paper on the Tiffany renovation, giving details of the renovation and suggesting that the work at Christ Church was the prototype for the chapel built by Tiffany at the Chicago World’s Fair in 1892 a structure
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