American Modernism

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"Acrobat" Upside Down Figure
Gaston Lachaise
American, born France, 1882–1935
"Acrobat" Upside Down Figure, 1926
Armchair
Frank Lloyd Wright
American, 1867–1959
Armchair, 1908
Armchair
Designed by Samuel A. Marx
American, 1885–1964
Manufactured by William Quigley Co.
American, 20th century
Chicago, Illinois
Armchair, designed and made 1944
Armchair
Designed by William Gray Purcell (American, 1880–1965), George Feick, Jr. (American, 1881–1945), and George Grant Elmslie (American, 1871–1952)
Purcell, Feick and Elmslie, Architects
Armchair, 1911/12
Clock
Paul Theodore Frankl
American, born Austria, 1886–1958
Made by Warren Telechron Co.
Ashland, Massachusetts, 1926–92
Clock, 1928/29
Chaise
Designed by Charles Eames and Ray Eames
American, 1907–1978 and 1912–1988
Manufactured by Herman Miller Furniture Co.
Zeeland, Michigan, founded 1905
(note: Herman Miller Furniture Co. became Herman Miller Inc. in 1960)
Chaise, 1968
A Boy Named Alligator
Kathleen Blackshear
American, 1897–1988
A Boy Named Alligator, 1930
A Face from Georgia
Ivan Albright
American, 1897–1983
A Face from Georgia, 1970/74
American Gothic
Grant Wood
American, 1891–1942
American Gothic, 1930
Celery Dish ("American Modern" Dinnerware)
Russel Wright
American, 1904–1976
Made by Steubenville Pottery
Steubenville, Ohio
Celery Dish ("American Modern" Dinnerware), 1937/59
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