Every Art Glass by Summit Collection™ product supports the educational mission by telling the dynamic story behind the art, artist or subject of the artwork. Many of the catalog items are officially licensed adaptations of original windows or paintings from the worlds most respected museums and institutions.
Created for consumers who are seeking to experience fine art in a new way by adding beauty of stained glass art reproductions to the home. Our Art Glass by Summit Collection™ glass painting provides a new dimension to art glass that captures the "soul" of the original artwork like no other stained glass product on the market.
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Frank Lloyd Wright Collection®

Frank Lloyd Wright (1867-1959) is recognized world-wide as one of the greatest architects of the twentieth century.  His work heralded a new thinking in architecture, using innovation in design and engineering made possible by newly developed technology and materials.  His creative ability extended far beyond the border of architecture to graphic design, furniture, art glass, linens, and decorative products for the home.

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Religious Collection®

Sassoferrato’s rendering of Madonna and Child shows Madonna gently embracing the Child Jesus. The image confirms the stylistic elements that characterize Sassoferrato’s vast productions of subjects of a religious nature: images of a solid formal layout with brilliant and almost enameled colors.

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Tiffany Series

The Four Seasons clearly holds an important place in Tiffany’s career.  It played a role in his creative development and technical advancement.  Surviving today in its brilliant elements, if not in its original form, it remains a central work in understanding Tiffany’s genius, innovation, and place in American design.  Above all, it remains an object of splendid beauty.

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Masters Series

Van Gogh’s most popular works are from the last two years of his life.  13 months before his death, van Gogh checked himself into an asylum.  “Starry Night” was created while he lived there.  It shows the view out of his window although it is said he painted “Starry Night” from memory and imagination.  The composition includes the village of Saint-Remy, with the church in the center of the village.  Even though a night scene it shows bright colors and whimsical swirls in the sky.