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The Art Deco Murals of Hildreth Meiere

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The first monograph published on Hildreth Meiere, an artist whose name is not widely recognized but whose work is prominent and well known (St. Bartholomew's Church, Temple Emanu-El, Nebraska State Capitol, National Academy of Sciences, etc.). Directly promoting the extremely popular Art Deco movement in America including the architectural history and decoration, women ...more
Hardcover, 240 pages
Published May 1st 2014 by Andrea Monfried Editions LLC (first published April 7th 2014)
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Bill Wells
Oct 23, 2015 Bill Wells rated it it was amazing
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An inspirational book. Meiere was apparently a woman not only of great artistic talent, but also a great business person and able to lead teams of craftsmen - which as a woman during the times she was working is amazing.
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