The Novelty and Excess of American Design During the Jazz Age

Click Here to Read:   The Novelty and Excess of American Design During the Jazz Age: Through over 400 objects, the Cooper Hewitt’s dynamic Jazz Age exhibition highlights 1920s American design by Allison Meier on the HyperAllergiv website on July 9, 2017.

“Muse with Violin Screen” (detail) (1930) from Rose Iron Works, Inc., designed by Paul Fehér, wrought iron, brass, silver and gold plating (courtesy the Cleveland Museum of Art, on Loan from the Rose Iron Works Collections, © Rose Iron Works Collections, photo by Howard Agriesti)

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