Discover the "Tryon Floor Lamp" by Eichholtz, inspired by the library at The Cloisters in Fort Tryon Park, New York. An homage to The Met's location dedicated to the art and architecture of the Middle Ages, this lamp lends a touch of refinement to your decor. With its brushed-brass finishing, an adjustable height feature, and a linen-mix shade, handmade in The Netherlands, the lamp is both an elegant and practical addition to any space. The lamp is 7.87 inches in diameter and 57.68 inches at its maximum height.
The Floor Lamp Tryon takes its design direction from The Metropolitan Museum of Art’s Cloisters Library. The Cloisters, the Museum’s space devoted to the art and architecture of the Middle Ages, opened to the public in Upper Manhattan in 1938.The Cloisters Library houses around 15,000 volumes that explore medieval European decorative arts, sculpture, architecture, painting, stained glass, and illuminated manuscripts. Our American-style floor lamp echoes the detailing on lamps in the library, with an adjustable stand in a brushed-brass finish and an oatmeal linen-mix shade handcrafted in the Netherlands.