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Fri Mar 21 17:14:40 2014 UTClccn-no20010411410.00Viktor Schreckengost and 20th-Century Design : [...exhibition Viktor Schreckengost and 20th-Century Design, 12 Nov. - 4 Febr. 2001, Cleveland Museum of Art] /0.581.00Laurence E. Schmeckebier papers,8328916Viktor_Schreckengostno20010411415493661Schreckengost, Victor, 1906-2008Viktor Schreckengostlccn-n79149993Adams, Henry1949-lccn-n83195676Cleveland Institute of Artlccn-n78087650Cleveland Museum of Artlccn-n2006093684Morton, Sunny McClellanlccn-n82162257Cunningham, Jonc-cleveland museum of artCleveland Museum of Artnc-viktor schreckengost foundationViktor Schreckengost Foundationnc-glazen creative firmGlazen Creative (Firm)nc-wviz tv television station cleveland ohio$cleveland ohioWVIZ-TV (Television station : Cleveland, Ohio)(Cleveland, Ohio)lccn-n50074787Schmeckebier, Laurence Eli1906-Schreckengost, Viktor1906-2008HistoryBiographyExhibition catalogsInterviewsSchreckengost, Viktor,Ohio--ClevelandUnited StatesIndustrial designArtCleveland Institute of ArtDesignersDesignCeramic tableware--Collectors and collectingPottery, American--Collectors and collectingMural painting and decoration, AmericanArt schoolsGreeting cardsNew York (State)--SyracuseArts administratorsArt in universities and collegesEducatorsArt, AmericanSculptorsMural painting and decoration, MexicanDecorative artsUniversities and colleges--FacultyCeramic tablewareKeller, Henry G.,Burchfield, Charles Ephraim,Sculpture--Study and teachingArt--Study and teachingArt--Societies, etcPhiladelphia College of ArtGeorgia Institute of TechnologyBuildingsArchitectsWestern Reserve UniversityDemarco, MarcoStudentsArchitecture--Study and teachingSommer, William,Turning (Lathe work)--TechniqueLibrary of CongressPottery--TechniqueTurning (Lathe work)--Equipment and suppliesPrinceton UniversityStanczak, Julian,GlazesCleveland Society of ArtistsBrown, Elmer--(Elmer A.)Print Club of ClevelandStocksdale, Bob,OhioBiehle, August F.,19062008194919511976198019931999200020042005200620084362836701NK1535.S37ocn314307456ocn2669680502606ocn045321525book20000.73Adams, HenryViktor Schreckengost and 20th-century designHistoryBiographyExhibition catalogs+-+K712625945842ocn071262479book20060.39Adams, HenryViktor Schreckengost : American Da VinciHistoryBiography+-+3577549406101ocn045847717visu20000.28Success by design the Schreckengost legacyHistoryBiographyCurator Henry Adams introduces you to a man whose creative vision and common sense have influenced nearly a century of design. Viktor Schreckengost designed everything from children's toys and bicycles to ceramic dinnerware and lawn furniture, and taught generations of influential industrial designers at the Cleveland Institute of Art. His designs are in homes across America and his award-winning ceramics and sculptures are on view in museums around the world33ocn855189412mix1.00Schmeckebier, Laurence EliLaurence E. Schmeckebier papersProfessional and personal correspondence with artists, publishers, art historians, museum curators and students including Adolf Dehn, Philip Evergood, Walter Gropius, George Grosz, Rico Lebrun, Ivan Mestrovic, A. Henry Nordhausen, Jose Clemente Orozco, Anton Refregier, John Rood, Hudson Roysher, and Viktor Schreckengost. Extensive research files relating to published and unpublished writings on A. Henry Nordhausen, Ivan Mestrovic, Mexican art, urban art in Minnesota, German medieval art and other topics contain preparatory notes, drafts, correspondence and photographs of art. Additional files relate to Schmeckebier's academic career, and to the Syracuse University mural project. Also included are appraisals, royalty statements, undergraduate writings, a published Ph.D. dissertation, encyclopedia articles, book reviews, lecture notes, speeches, notes on wood sculpture, transcript of a Latin-American Studies Conference (1943), notes for a book on Boris Margo, and travel notebooks. Three scrapbooks, compiled by Mrs. Schmeckebier and Karen L. Bakke, contain correspondence, sketches, clippings and photographs dating back to Schmeckebier's childhood. There are also loose scrapbook pages from the 1930s; personal photographs; photographs of work; art work by students; and printed materials, including exhibition notices21ocn025442029book19760.47Schreckengost, ViktorRetrospective exhibition : Cleveland Institute of Art, March14-April 3, 197621ocn247930423book20000.10Adams, HenryViktor Schreckengost and 20th-Century Design : [exhibition Viktor Schreckengost and 20th-Century Design, 12 November 2000 - 4 February 2001]HistoryExhibition catalogs+-+K71262594521ocn314307456book2000Viktor Schreckengost and 20th-Century Design : [...exhibition Viktor Schreckengost and 20th-Century Design, 12 Nov. - 4 Febr. 2001, Cleveland Museum of Art]+-+K71262594511ocn849917319mix1.00Schreckengost, ViktorViktor Schreckengost papersCorrespondence between Schreckengost and the American Limoges China Company, 1933-1947; photographs of dinnerware production lines; publicity photographs of Schreckengost's dinnerware designs, and one of Schreckengost with Kate Smith, 1936; sketches of dinnerware forms; eight color renderings of "refrigerator ware" and dinnerware by Schreckengost; clippings from newspapers, magazines, and trade publications featuring Schreckengost's designs; and miscellany11ocn123469311book2006Viktor Schreckengost : the National Centennial Exhibition : 100 years, 100 days, 100 venues, March 18-June 26 2006Exhibition catalogs01ocn079386746visu1999Interview with Viktor Schreckengost June 21, 1999InterviewsSchreckengost talks about his design principles, specifically in creating the Jazz Bowl. Filmed 16 days before the artist's 93rd birthday01ocn021287859visuSchreckengost, ViktorRiver reflections551ocn071844357book20060.24Cunningham, JoVictor Schreckengost : designs in dinnerware+-+677078912531ocn017276676book19760.92Cleveland Institute of ArtViktor Schreckengost: retrospective exhibition March 14 - April 3, 1976Exhibition catalogs11ocn540607494book2008Schreckengost, ViktorViktor Schreckengost : legacy exhibitionExhibition catalogs11ocn191675158book2004Schreckengost, ViktorThe dinnerware legacy of Viktor Schreckengost : Northern Clay Center, Minneapolis, Minnesota, June 11-July 18, 2004Exhibition catalogs11ocn768351258book20060.47The Jazz series : Viktor SchreckengostThis publication tells the story of the Viktor Schreckengost's Jazz series, past and present11ocn079384849book19931.00Hamann, Marlene SThe ceramic sculptures of Viktor SchreckengostCriticism, interpretation, etc11ocn122460900mixSchreckengost, ViktorArtist file : miscellaneous uncataloged material11ocn198932309bookSchreckengost, Viktor, 1906- : [miscellaneous ephemeral material]The folder may include clippings, announcements, small exhibition catalogs, and other ephemeral items11ocn849928381mix1.00Daley, WilliamWilliam P. Daley papersMathematical formulaeThe collection documents Daley's career as both artist and teacher through biographical information, correspondence, exhibition files, project files, material on workshops, seminars, and lectures, teaching files, artist files, reference files, printed material, photographs, financial files, and artwork11ocn795395919mix0.47Schreckengost, ViktorViktor Schreckengost CollectionHistoryBiographyThe majority of the Viktor Schreckengost Collection consists of documents, relating to: CIA, the U.S. Navy and his personal life; books; magazines; and other related CIA, Navy, Salem China, Murray, and educational items. Many documents contain handwritten notes and sketches, that reveal both his creative and intellectual side11ocn051851755book0.10[Cleveland artists clipping files from the Cleveland Public Library Fine Arts Department]11ocn858258740visu0.47Schreckengost, ViktorViktor Schreckengost artist file :Assembled artist file includes b&w photographs, reproductions from books and auction catalogs, and in some cases, negatives. Items may include full views, details, before and after restoration views, etc. Documentation may include artist name, title of work, medium, dimensions, provenance, exhibition history, related works, previous attributions, and bibliography11ocn849927883rcrd1.00Moulthrop, EdOral history interview with Ed MoulthropInterviewsMoulthrop speaks of his childhood in Cleveland; his introduction to woodcarving at age 8; buying his first wood lathe in 1932 at age 16; studying architecture at Western Reserve University and sculpture with Victor Schreckengost; his architecture studies in graduate school at Princeton University; the rejection of crafts or "handmade things" in the 1930s; the use of craft in architecture; the beginning of the craft movement in 1965; the government invention of polyethylene glycol which allowed wood to dry without cracking; his process of soaking wood in polyethylene glycol; teaching architecture at Georgia Tech for ten years; his work with architectural firms in Atlanta and designing an addition to the Library of Congress; selling his first pieces at The Signature Shop & Gallery, in Atlanta, in 1970; the progression of the craft movement from clay, to glass, metal, then wood; the importance of the Albert LeCoff woodturning shop in Philadelphia and conferences sponsored by Coff in the mid-1970s; his full-time pursuit of woodturning in 1975; craft exhibitions at the Mint Museum, High Museum, and American Craft Museum; his exhibitions at Arrowmont; teaching woodturning to his son Philip; his scholarship to make watercolors at Fontainbleu; and his interest in design over technique. He also talks about the work of Bob Stocksdale; the qualities of different woods; major woodturning exhibitions at DIA, the Connell Gallery in Atlanta, and of the Mason collection; the necessity of dealers; galleries including The Hand and The Spirit, Heller Gallery, Gumps, and The Signature Shop & Gallery in Atlanta; woodturning as an American craft movement; the influence of Frank Lloyd Wright, Alvar Aalto, Frank Gehry; and the Greene Brothers; the strengths and limitations of wood; commissions for museums and corporations; his preference for ellipsoids (squashed spheres) and other shapes; his search for unusual woods, such as American Chestnut, Yellowwood, American Mahogany, and Box Elder; making his own tools and lathe; developing his own polish; his involvement with the Georgia Designer-Craftsmen with Jerry Chappell, Gary Noffke, and Ginny Ruffner; and his invention of the "Saturn Bowl" (a bowl with rings)11ocn080154973visuCowan Pottery[Photographs of pottery]Folder contains photographs and information sheets related to two earthenware vases. Both are decorated with colored curdled glazes and impressed with "COWAN" on the bottom. Additional information also provided about Viktor Schreckengost who was a designer for Cowan Pottery11ocn191872744book19510.47Schmeckebier, Laurence EliAn exhibition of paintings and drawings by Victor Schreckengost, Marco DeMarco, William Schock : the Cleveland Institute of Art, February, 1951Exhibition catalogs01ocn082151424book1949Grafly, DorothyViktor Schreckengost : sculptor of form in space01ocn276630011visu1980A century of ceramics in the United States, 1878-1978 earth, fire and water+-+K712625945+-+K712625945Fri Mar 21 15:14:10 EDT 2014batch18594