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Design for a streamlined interior showing living room and partial view of dining room. A curving glass block wall with built-in banquette and L-shaped built-in sofa, with round, glass-topped table in front, delimit living room corner. A fireplace set in low dado and upholstered arm chair comprise remainder of living room interior. At lower right is partial view of Deskey-designed grand piano. At upper right, marked off by curtain at left and glass block wall at right, view into dining room with Deskey sideboard and dining table. Linoleum floor with graphic double line in white running from fireplace around sofa into and around dining room.

This is a drawing from United States. It is dated ca. 1934 and we acquired it in 1975. Gift of Donald Deskey.

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Its medium is

pen and black ink, brush and brown, green gouache, graphite on illustration board

Its dimensions are

32.4 x 39.3 cm (12 3/4 x 15 1/2 in.)

This object was made for (as the client) George C. Rand and Eleanor Hutton Rand and from the office of Donald Deskey

This object was catalogued by Stacey Leonard , Eleonore Kissel and Dr. Gail Davidson and donated by Donald Deskey

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