drawings

The Four Continents: From the Collection of James Hazen Hyde


ceramics, drawings, Glass, metalwork, textiles, permanent collection, James Hazen Hyde

The Architect's Eye


The Cooper Union Museum Chronicle, Volume 3, No. 4
Architecture, drawings, architectural drawings, permanent collection

Summary Catalogue of Drawings by Identified Italian Architects in the Cooper Union Museum


Architecture, drawings, architectural drawings, Italian, Italy, scenic design, permanent collection

Nineteenth-Century American Landscape Drawings in the Collection of the Cooper-Hewitt Museum


Publication design: Sue Koch
drawings, paintings, landscapes, American, 19th century, permanent collection

Columns in the Collection of the Cooper-Hewitt Museum


columns, Architecture, drawings, prints, decorative arts, permanent collection, ch:exhibition=35350415

Architectural Drawings in the Collection of the Cooper-Hewitt Museum


Publication design: Sue Koch
Architecture, drawings, architectural drawings, permanent collection

Theater Designs in the Collection of the Cooper-Hewitt Museum


Publication design: H+
theater, theatrical design, drawings, Architecture, architectural drawings, costumes, permanent collection

Winslow Homer


This exhibition features drawings, sketches, paintings, and prints by Winslow Homer, selected from the Museum's collection. In addition to early works depicting seaside and country life, there are several charcoal sketches of Civil War soldiers in the battlefields, drawn when Homer served as an illustrator for Harper's Weekly.
Winslow Homer, paintings, drawings, sketches, prints, permanent collection, exhibitions

More Than Meets the Eye


A comprehensive history of the Cooper-Hewitt collection. The 400 objects on display span several centuries and include textiles, drawings, prints, decorative objects, furniture, cutlery, and wallcoverings. Organized by Elaine Evans Dee, Dorothy Twining Globus, Gillian Moss, Christian Rohlfing and Milton Sonday. Funded by a grant from the New York State Council of the Arts.
permanent collection, textiles, drawings, prints, decorative objects, furniture, wallcoverings, exhibitions

To Celebrate the Moment


This exhibition documents the relationship between design and celebration. Among the objects on view are photographs of snow sculptures at Dartmouth College, printed Christmas stockings, a drawing by Erté for the “Emerald” costume worn at Paul Poiret’s 1913 Jewel Ball, greeting cards, and commemorative objects. Organized by Richard Oliver, Curator of Architecture and Design.
ephemera, celebration, costumes, graphic design, drawings, decorative objects, exhibitions

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