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Tapestry by Evelyn Ackerman<br /><br /> U.S.A., 1962<br /><br /> "Evelyn Ackerman and her husband Jerry were important exponents of the post-war Southern California design scene. Evelyn's work was largely figurative, while Jerry's was more usually abstra

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Originally appeared in Mid-Century Finds by Sam Kaufman
on September 6, 2010
Tapestry by Evelyn Ackerman&lt;br /&gt;&lt;br /&gt;
U.S.A., 1962&lt;br /&gt;&lt;br /&gt;

&quot;Evelyn Ackerman and her husband Jerry were important exponents of the post-war Southern California design scene. Evelyn&#039;s work was largely figurative, while Jerry&#039;s was more usually abstra
Tapestry by Evelyn Ackerman U.S.A., 1962 "Evelyn Ackerman and her husband Jerry were important exponents of the post-war Southern California design scene. Evelyn's work was largely figurative, while Jerry's was more usually abstract. Together they produced a wide variety of exquisitely designed and crafted objects which represent the best of modern California design. This hand-woven, wool wallhanging is a fine example of Evelyn's exuberance with color and composition."

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