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Ensemble

Designer:
Nettie Rosenstein (American, 1890–1980)
Date:
1945
Culture:
American
Medium:
(a, b) silk
Credit Line:
Gift of Nettie Rosenstein, 1946
Accession Number:
C.I.46.57a, b
Not on view
Akin to Stuart Davis's urban and signage-graphic acumen is Nettie Rosenstein's enthusiasm for the electricity of advertising design, which she translated into an evening ensemble with a relaxed drape inspired by Moroccan man's garb. The ensemble has a sensibility for popular culture (graphics of Lana Turner, Duke Ellington, chop suey restaurants, etc.) that anticipates the 1960s and after.
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