Established in midtown Manhattan by Viennese émigré architect and designer Paul Frankl, Frankl Galleries was an early proponent of what would become the American modernist aesthetic. Frankl introduced the new concept of modern interior design through domestic and imported decorative objects, textiles, furniture, and interior design services. In 1934, Frankl Galleries relocated to Los Angeles.

We have 13 objects that Frankl Galleries has been involved with.

We know 2 people that Frankl Galleries is related to.

Paul T. Frankl
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    • Paul T. Frankl
    • American, b. Austria, 1886–1958.
    • Design polymath influential in American modernism.
    • This person is a member of Frankl Galleries.
    • This person is involved with 7 objects in our collection.
    Thérèse Bonney
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      • This person is a member of Frankl Galleries.
      • This person is involved with 8 objects in our collection.

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