2015 Programs

LC-52-A lounge chair designed by Kem Weber for the Lloyd Manufacturing Company
Gone Modern: American Design in the 1930s and 1940sJohn Stuart Gordon, Yale University Art Gallery
Phrenological head by Asa Ames (1823–1851), Evans, New York, ca. 1850
Self-Taught Genius: The Changing Concept of Folk ArtStacy Hollander, American Folk Art Museum
Detail of an eight-day clock, movement by Peter Stretch and case carved by Samuel Harding
Silver teapot by Paul Revere, Jr. (1734-1818), Boston, Massachusetts, 1760-1765
Cast-iron and rosewood marble-top gueridon, attributed to Duncan Phyfe & Sons
Pair of walnut and mahogany dining chairs, attributed to Richard Parkin
Entry hall, Victoria Mansion, Portland, Maine, built 1858–1860
Still Life with Peach Blossoms, 1877, by Charles Caryl Coleman
Inventing American Still LifeMark Mitchell, Philadelphia Museum of Art
Floral stripe on a trellis background
Tablecloth was embroidered in Pennsylvania between 1890 and 1910
Interior of Elsie de Wolfe’s Villa Trianon, her home in Versailles, France
The Legendary Elsie de Wolfe: Fact and Fiction by DesignJared Goss, Metropolitan Museum of Art
Tiffany & Company Egyptian Garnature
Shadow of the Sphinx: Ancient Egypt and Its Influence in the 19th and 20th CenturiesAnna Tobin D'Ambrosio, Munson-Williams-Proctor Arts Institute