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Lucian Bernhard Advertising Art Collection, 1920s-2000

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Creator:
Bernhard, Lucian
Donor:
Hollander, Bernard
Physical description:
0.6 cu. ft. : 1 box 3 rolled items
Type:
Articles
Collection descriptions
Posters
Design drawings
Advertisements
Advertising
Date:
1920
1920-2000
1920s-2000
1940-1990
Notes:
Lucian Bernhard (1883-1972) was a graphic artist, interior designer, industrial designer and professor. His work in advertising art, especially his designs for Rem Cough Syrup, was highly influential, and he designed several popular type fonts.
Summary:
The collection is comprised of archival materials relating to the graphic artist and designer Lucian Bernhard, including a water color design drawing, five subway car cards advertising the cough syrup Rem, 5 advertising proofs for Rem, a 1956 magazine called PRODUCTIONWISE with an article about Bernhard, a folio of color reproductions advertising the sale of Bernhard's artworks, an exhibit announcement, posters, and miscellaneous printed material.
Cite as:
Lucian Bernhard Advertising Art Collection, 1920s-2000, Archives Center, National Museum of American History
Topic:
Commercial art
Design, Industrial
Graphic design
Advertising
Patent medicines
Local number:
2009.3049 (NMAH Acc.)
Data Source:
Archives Center - NMAH

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