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Cooper Hewitt, Smithsonian Design Museum 1958-73-9. Gift of Paula Habig. Photo Matt Flynn

alwaysalwaysalwaysthesea: “ Wondya ya chi, zomo ya chi gudu (Whoever catches a hare has to run for it), textile, century, manufactured by Heinrich Habig Aktiengesellschaft Stoffdruckerei.

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Designed by Josef Hillerbrand for Deutsche Werkstatten. Germany, Gift of Teresa Kilham,

Textile (Netherlands), 2012 | hccw | charrison-design | Visits | Collection of Cooper Hewitt, Smithsonian Design Museum

Film reels on a background of waving lines of unspooled film. Printed in indigo, ochre, yellow and hot pink on a white ground.

Watercolor Wallpaper | Cooper Hewitt, Smithsonian Design Museum

Stylized floral bouquets set within a green diamond trellis pattern. Printed in red, blue, yellow, pink and green on mottled tan background.

Chinoiserie by Anne Allen (1749/50-1808) working with her husband, Jean Pillement. Cooper Hewitt, Smithsonian Design Museum

Chinoiserie by Anne Allen working with her husband, Jean Pillement.

July 01 2017 at 07:03PM from heaveninawildflower

Two Young Girls cooperhewitt: “ Winslow Homer, an artist best known today for his facility with watercolor and beautiful seascapes, started as a largely self-taught, freelance illustrator. His skill.

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Seaworld sidewall, washable, Made by United Wallpaper, USA. Via Cooper Hewitt.

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