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Artist: Jean Eckart, American, 1921-1994 Artist: Jean Eckart, American, 1921-1994
Artist: William Eckart, American, 1920-2000
Design for Graduation Scene, Prologue, in Flora, the Red Menace
TL1999.71
1965
On view/Brown Gallery
Artist: Douglas Schmidt, American, born 1942 Artist: Douglas Schmidt, American, born 1942
Curtain design for Over Here!
TL1999.289
1974
On view/Brown Gallery
Artist: Douglas Schmidt, American, born 1942 Artist: Douglas Schmidt, American, born 1942
Scene design for the Long Island Expressway in They're Playing Our Song
TL1999.291
ca. 1979
On view/Brown Gallery
Artist: Jean Eckart, American, 1921-1994 Artist: Jean Eckart, American, 1921-1994
Artist: William Eckart, American, 1920-2000
Design for Baseball Curtain in Damn Yankees
TL1999.66
ca. 1955
On view/Brown Gallery
Artist: Don Jensen, American, born 1931 Artist: Don Jensen, American, born 1931
Scene design for Blow Gabriel Blow, Act II, scene 1, in Anything Goes
TL1999.89
1962
On view/Brown Gallery
Artist: Gregg Barnes, American, born 1956 Artist: Gregg Barnes, American, born 1956
Costume design for Drowsy's Pantsuit in The Drowsy Chaperone
2011.252.7
ca. 2006
On view/Brown Gallery
Artist: Gregg Barnes, American, born 1956 Artist: Gregg Barnes, American, born 1956
Costume design for Drowsy's Egyptian two-piece dress in The Drowsy Chaperone
2011.252.10
ca. 2006
On view/Brown Gallery
Artist: Silver Horn, Native American, Kiowa, 1860-1940 Artist: Silver Horn, Native American, Kiowa, 1860-1940
Young Brave and Woman from Sketchbook
1962.1.32
ca. 1887
On view/Butt Paperworks Gallery
Artist: Helen Pond, American, 1924-2017 Artist: Helen Pond, American, 1924-2017
Artist: Herbert Senn, American, 1924-2003
Design for second show curtain in Showboat
TL1999.263.3
1982
On view/Brown Gallery
Artist: Karl Eigsti, American, born 1938 Artist: Karl Eigsti, American, born 1938
Curtain design for Joseph and the Amazing Technicolor Dreamcoat
TL1999.80
1981
On view/Brown Gallery
Artist: Silver Horn, Native American, Kiowa, 1860-1940 Artist: Silver Horn, Native American, Kiowa, 1860-1940
Kiowa Lodge - It is a custom with the Kiowas for each chief to paint his lodge with a different design – This was the design of Cut-throat, now deceased from Sketchbook
1962.1.2
ca. 1887
On view/Butt Paperworks Gallery
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