Paul Doros is a leading expert on the life and art of Louis C. Tiffany. He began his career in 1975 as the first Curator of Glass at the Chrysler Museum of Art. He obtained the museum’s first National Endowment of the Arts grant, which helped fund his publication The Tiffany Glass Collection of the Chrysler Museum at Norfolk (1977). In 1978, Paul joined Christie’s as a specialist in their Twentieth Century Decorative Arts Department, a position he held for nearly ten years. He continues to work as a consultant for Christie’s, Sotheby’s, Doyle’s, and Bonham’s. Paul has researched, written, and lectured extensively on Tiffany, and his depth of knowledge has led to an appearance on the PBS program History Detectives. In 2013, Paul published his critically acclaimed book The Art Glass of Louis Comfort Tiffany (Vendome Press). He is a member of numerous professional glass and decorative arts organizations, including Art Glass Forum | New York (Board of Directors) and the Victorian Society New York. In 2016 he was elected as a Fellow of the Corning Museum of Glass. Paul joined the board of The Neustadt in 2017.