Wilcox & Evertsen Fine Arts designs in collections and exhibitions (2016)

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| Design Meriden | 30 March 2016 | Updated 3 November 2016


Wilcox & Evertsen Fine Arts (1892-1968) designs in collections and exhibitions [1]

A. Wilcox & Evertsen Fine Arts designs in collections

wilcox and evertsen fine arts

International Silver Company / Wilcox & Evertsen Fine Arts. (1928). Pepper shaker set number 591. Silver and bakelite. 3 7/8 x 1 x 1 in. each. Accession no. 2009.11.3.2. Dallas Museum of Art. Viewed 8 April 2016. [B00116]

wilcox and evertsen fine arts

International Silver Company / Wilcox & Evertsen Fine Arts. (1928). Salt shaker set number 591. Silver and Bakelite. 3 7/8 x 1 x 1 in. Accession no. 2009.11.3.1. Viewed 24 April 2016. [A00427]

wilcox and evertsen fine arts

International Silver Company / Wilcox & Evertsen Fine Arts. (designed 1928). Sugar bowl. Silver. 2 3/4 × 3 5/8 × 3 5/8 in. Accession no. 2002.29.110.3. Dallas Museum of Art. Viewed 9 April 2016. [A00347]

wilcox and evertsen fine arts

Wilcox & Evertsen Fine Arts / International Silver Company. (1928). Compote number 331. Silver. (H) 6 1/4 x (D) 6 in. Accession no. 2009.11.2. Dallas Museum of Art. Viewed 31 March 2016. [A00202]

wilcox and evertsen fine arts

International Silver Company / Wilcox & Evertsen Fine Arts. (designed 1928). Creamer. Silver. 3 x 4 1/4 x 2 3/4 in. Accession no. 2002.29.110.2. Dallas Museum of Art. Viewed 31 March 2016. [A00203]

wilcox and evertsen fine arts

International Silver Company / Wilcox & Evertsen Fine Arts. (designed 1928). "Evening Sea" luncheon tray. Silver. (H) 1 1/2 in. x (D) 11 1/2 in. Accession no. 2002.29.109. Dallas Museum of Art. Viewed 27 April 2016. [A00434]

wilcox and evertsen fine arts

Wilcox & Evertsen Fine Arts / International Silver Company. (designed 1928). Cigarette container. Enameled silver and jade. (H) 4 1/4 in. x (D) 3 in. Accession no. 2002.29.23.A-C. Dallas Museum of Art. Viewed 27 April 2016. [A00445]

wilcox and evertsen fine arts

International Silver Company / Wilcox & Evertsen Fine Arts. (designed 1928). Coffeepot. Silver and ebony. Overall: 7 1/4 x 6 1/4 x 3 1/2 in. Accession no. 2002.29.110.1.A-B. Dallas Museum of Art. Viewed 31 March 2016. [A00204]

wilcox and evertsen fine arts

International Silver Company / Wilcox & Evertsen Fine Arts. (designed 1928). "Evening Sea" candelabrum. Silver. (H) 14 1/32 x (D) 5 in. Accession no. 2002.29.3.1.A-B. Dallas Museum of Art. Viewed 30 March 2016. [A00201]

wilcox and evertsen fine arts

International Silver Company / Wilcox & Evertsen Fine Arts. (designed 1928). "Evening Sea" candelabrum. Silver. (H) 14 1/32 x (D) 5 in. Accession no. 2002.29.3.2.A-B. Dallas Museum of Art. Viewed 30 March 2016. [A00200]

wilcox and evertsen fine arts

Lurelle Guild for International Silver Company / Wilcox & Evertsen Fine Arts. (1934). Cocktail shaker. Silver. (H) 13 1/2 x (D) 4 3/4 in. Accession no. 2002.29.54.A-B. Dallas Museum of Art. Viewed 30 March 2016. [B00062]



B. Wilcox & Evertsen Fine Arts designs in exhibitions

wilcox and evertsen fine arts

(18 November 2016 - 12 November 2017).
Shaken, stirred, styled: The art of the cocktail at Dallas Museum of Art. Updated 2 December 2016. [AAA000155-56; AAA00542-43]

wilcox and evertsen fine arts

(5 venues: 2005 - 2007).
Modernism in American Silver: 20th-Century Design. Renwick Gallery, Smithsonian American Art Museum, Washington, DC; Nevada Museum of Art, Reno; Dallas Museum of Art (see photos of the exhibition); The Wolfsonian, Miami Beach, FL; The Dixon Gallery and Gardens, Memphis, TN. Viewed 21 March 2016. [A00140]

wilcox and evertsen fine arts

(4 December 1926 - 5 January 1927)
American industrial art: Tenth annual exhibition of current manufactures designed and made in the United States at the Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York . (Link to catalogue above.) Viewed 25 August 2016. [AAA00095]

wilcox and evertsen fine arts

(29 March - 3 May 1925)
American industrial art: Ninth annual exhibition of current manufacturers designed and made in the United States at the Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York. (Link to catalogue above, courtesy Metropolitan Museum of Art.) Viewed 25 August 2016. [AAA00098]



Footnote:
[1] Wilcox & Evertsen Fine Arts operated in New York (1892-96), Meriden (1896-1929), and Wallingford (1929-68). The company became a division of International Silver Company. [See (a) Stern, Jewel. (2005). Modernism in American silver, page 357. Dallas Museum of Art and Yale University Press.] Viewed 16 May 2016. [A00667]



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