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"DCW" Dining Chair (one of a pair)
Designed by Charles Eames and Ray Eames
American, 1907–1978 and 1912–1988
Made by Evans Products Company for Herman Miller Furniture Co.
Grand Haven, Michigan, 20th century, and Zeeland, Michigan, founded 1905
(note: Herman Miller Furn. Co. became Herman Miller Inc. in 1960)
"DCW" Dining Chair (one of a pair), 1946
"DCW" Dining Chair (one of a pair)
Designed by Charles Eames and Ray Eames
American, 1907–1978 and 1912–1988
Made by Evans Products Company for Herman Miller Furniture Co.
Grand Haven, Michigan, 20th century, and Zeeland, Michigan, founded 1905
(note: Herman Miller Furn. Co. became Herman Miller Inc. in 1960)
"DCW" Dining Chair (one of a pair), 1946
"Coney Island, N.Y., U.S.A, June 20, 1993," from Beach Portraits
Rineke Dijkstra
Dutch, born 1959
"Coney Island, N.Y., U.S.A, June 20, 1993," from Beach Portraits, 1993
"Brighton, England, August 21, 1992," from Beach Portraits
Rineke Dijkstra
Dutch, born 1959
"Brighton, England, August 21, 1992," from Beach Portraits, 1992
"Assemblage"
Lenore Tawney (American, 1907–2007)
United States, New York, New York City
"Assemblage", 1966
". . . So...then she sez. . . ."
Gladys Nilsson
American, born 1940
". . . So...then she sez. . . .", 1993
"Baby Urr" of Chicago, Evanston
Elizabeth Buehrmann
American, 1886–1965
"Baby Urr" of Chicago, Evanston, 1910/30
"Cranberrying" plate, "New England Industries" series
Designed by Clare Veronica Hope Leighton
English, 1899–1989
Wedgwood
Barlaston, England
"Cranberrying" plate, "New England Industries" series, 1952
"Cod Fishing" plate, "New England Industries" series
Designed by Clare Veronica Hope Leighton
English, 1899–1989
Wedgwood
Barlaston, England
"Cod Fishing" plate, "New England Industries" series, 1952
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