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  Partner: UNT College of Visual Arts + Design
 Decade: 1930-1939
Dining Room on the Garden

Dining Room on the Garden

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Date: 1934-1935
Creator: Bonnard, Pierre
Description: A painting of a woman in a dining room with a window overlooking a garden.
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Disks

Disks

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Date: 1930/1933
Creator: Delaunay, Robert
Description: This non-objective painting consists of round shapes of different colors, overlapping and concentric.
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Doll

Doll

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Date: 1936~
Creator: Bellmer, Hans
Description: Sculpture of peach painted metal female body parts fused on top of one another. Top portion is affixed to metallic gold geometric solid base.
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Don't Cry Mother

Don't Cry Mother

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Date: 1938 - 1944
Creator: Evergood, Philip
Description: None
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Dream of Ecuador

Dream of Ecuador

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Date: 1939
Creator: Egas, Camilo
Description: None
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Dress

Dress

Date: 1930
Creator: unknown
Description: Dress of printed nylon with metallic embroidery. The fabric is a printed nylon with abstract floral designs in browns, yellows, and oranges on a cream ground, with areas of metallic embroidered leaf forms over the whole of the dress. The formal dress is full-length, with a slight train. Sleeveless, it has wide straps and a shallow rounded neckline, which deepens into a V in back. The natural or low waist has seaming below below the bust to create a band of horizontal ruching just above the waist. The skirt has wide, deep scalloping around the edges. On the back of the dress is a bow of the same material, set just above the lower back. From the hips around to the back are added panels of the same fabric forming tiers of ruffles, and two long panels are attached below the ruffles to hang down back. Closure along left side, alternating snaps and hooks-and-eyes. The dress is unlined, although the back ruffle panels are lined in a dark mahogany brown/red silk. Sewn in ribbon with hand-written notation: "72 20 499 29-327/979" (faded)
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Dress

Dress

Date: 1930
Creator: unknown
Description: Dress of blue, green, pink, and black taffeta and satin in horizontal woven bands. The full-length dress has a sweetheart neckline which gathers at bust to simulate a bow. The fitted bodice has short raglan-style sleeves with gathers at the shoulder seams. The long skirt is gathered at the natural waist. The dress is unlined, and has hook-and-eye closures on left side along bodice.
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Dress

Dress

Date: 1935
Creator: unknown
Description: Dress of black and purple diagonal woven stripe taffeta. It has a V- neckline in front and back, and has a fitted bodice with balloon peplum which gathers into the waist. Sleeveless, the dress has black velvet straps with striped flounces on each side and has black velvet petals attached to the straps. The long, straight skirt has a front slit. Dress has a center back zipper closure, and is unlined. No labels.
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Empire State Building

Empire State Building

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Date: 1930/1931
Creator: Shreve, Lamb and Harmon
Description: The view is raking skyward and shows the spire, transmission lines and antennae.
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Empire State Building

Empire State Building

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Date: 1930/1931
Creator: Shreve, Lamb and Harmon
Description: The view is of the uppermost portion of the skyscraper including the spire. The Art Deco details are visible as well at the base of the spire.
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