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1921

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Object ID #18634049

This is a Sidewall. It was designed by Dagobert Peche. It is dated 1921–22 and we acquired it in 1990. Its medium is machine printed on machine-made paper. It is a part of the Wallcoverings department.

This stylized floral pattern is one of twenty-five designs created by Peche for the German manufacturer Flammersheim & Steinmann. The wallpaper features Peche’s distinctive blade-like leaf and petal forms and shows an interest in the Rococo and Baroque, characteristics also seen in the designer’s silver vase nearby.

It is credited Gift of Cincinnati Art Museum.

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Its dimensions are

L x W: 109 × 53.7 cm (42 15/16 × 21 1/8 in.)

Cite this object as

Object ID #18634049; Designed by Dagobert Peche (Austrian, 1887–1923, active Vienna, 1911–1923); Germany; machine printed on machine-made paper; L x W: 109 × 53.7 cm (42 15/16 × 21 1/8 in.); Gift of Cincinnati Art Museum; 1990-129-7

This object was previously on display as a part of the exhibition The Jazz Age: American Style in the 1920s.

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