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Eliel Saarinen, American, born Finland, 1873–1951
- Oak, birch, ebony, mahogany, pewter, and replaced leather upholstery
- 42 1/2 × 22 3/4 × 21 1/2 in. (108 × 57.8 × 54.6 cm)
- Credit Line
Museum purchase funded by the Mary Kathryn Lynch Kurtz Charitable Lead Trust, the estate of William F. Stern, by exchange, the American Institute of Architects, Houston, and Lynn Goode
- Current Location
- Not on view
- Accession Number
Commissioned by August Keirkner (1856-1918) for the Keirkner apartment, Luotsikatu 1, Helsinki, 1907-1908; Transferred to Marmoripalatsi (The Marble Palace), Kaivopuisto, Helsinki, 1918; Lydia Keirkner 1918-1937, in The Marble Palace; Rudol Walden 1937-1946, in The Marble Palace; Inherited by Walden Family, 1926-2013, in The Marble Palace until 2012; [Modernity gallery, Stockholm, 2013]; Purchased by mark McDonald, New York, May 2014; MFAH, 2014.