More than seventy-five titles highlighting the Museum’s collections, published between 1897 and 1987, are available online. Of these, more than 25 titles highlighting the Museum’s collections, published between 1978 and 1987, have been digitized and are freely available.
Prior to becoming a Smithsonian museum, Cooper-Hewitt, National Design Museum was The Cooper Union Museum for the Arts of Decoration. Over 50 titles from this period, spanning from The Cooper Union Museum’s inception in 1896 up through 1968, are available. These publications include past museum exhibitions, the annual Chronicles (1935-45, 1948-58), recent acquisitions, and more.
|ceramics, drawings, Glass, metalwork, textiles, permanent collection, James Hazen Hyde|
|Albrecht Dürer, prints, permanent collection, etchings, woodcut, 16th century|
|craftsmanship, New York, crafts, artisans|
The Logic and Magic of Color: An Exhibition Celebrating the Centennial Anniversary of the Cooper UnionColor, permanent collection, color perception, color theory, physics, chemistry
|drawings, permanent collection, watercolor|
|paper, paper folding, origami, geometry|
|Pablo Picasso, ceramics, 20th century|
|drawings, paintings, oil paintings, watercolor|
Complete set of the Cooper Union Museum bulletin for the period:
includes indexarticles, permanent collection, Periodicals
Publication design: Bert Clarkepermanent collection, survey, decorative arts