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  1. American
    Pedestal

    c. 1885
    Rosewood, parcel-gilt, with burl and inlay
    2019.243

    Museum purchase funded by American Art and Wine

  2. Betye Saar
    American, born 1926
    Weight of Persistent Racism (Manufactured in the U.S.A.)

    2014
    Mixed media assemblage
    2019.187

    Museum purchase funded by contemporary@mfah and the Caroline Wiess Law Accessions Endowment Fund

  3. Garry Knox Bennett
    American, born 1934
    Tablelamp #1

    2001
    Wood, metal and bulb
    2018.570

    Gift of Jane and Arthur Mason

  4. Man Ray (Emmanuel Radnitzky)
    American, 1890–1976
    "Le Témoin" from the Ultramobile Collection

    Designed 1971, made 1971-1974
    Wood, enamel and plastic
    2018.494

    The Dennis Freedman Collection, gift of Dennis Freedman

  5. Humberto Campana
    Brazilian, born 1953
    Anêmona Chair

    2000
    Plastic, steel, and aluminum
    2018.75

    Gift of the designers

  6. Humberto Campana
    Brazilian, born 1953
    Prototype 1 for Pirarucu Chair

    2014
    Pirarucu leather, foam, bamboo, and steel
    2018.74

    Gift of Friedman Benda

  7. Humberto Campana
    Brazilian, born 1953
    Prototype for Banquete KAWS

    2017
    Stuffed toys, canvas, thread, and stainless steel
    2018.20

    Museum purchase funded by the bequest of Arthur Robson Jr. in honor of Claire and Robert T. Lober

  8. Humberto Campana
    Brazilian, born 1953
    Racket Chair (Tennis)

    2013
    Nylon and brass
    2018.19

    Gift of Friedman Benda

  9. Walter von Nessen
    American, born Germany, 1889–1943
    Table, model no. 451

    c. 1930
    Aluminum and Bakelite
    2017.231

    Museum purchase funded by the Decorative Arts Endowment Fund, the Design Council, 2017, the estate of Claire Fox, the estate of Caroline Wiess Law, Joan Morgenstern, Charles Cox by exchange, Mrs. Edmund J. Kahn by exchange, James Howley by exchange, Cynthia A. Toles, Eleanor Lensky by exchange, Sue Rowan Pittman by exchange, Karin and Leo Shipman, and Kerry Inman and Denby Auble

  10. Misha Kahn
    American, born 1989
    Wall Mirror

    2014
    Resin, vinyl, glass, and foil
    2016.26

    Museum purchase funded by an anonymous donor

  11. Lockwood de Forest
    American, 1850–1932
    Chair

    c. 1885
    Teak with upholstery
    2015.243

    Museum purchase funded by the Mary Kathryn Lynch Kurtz Charitable Lead Trust Fund

  12. George Nakashima
    American, 1905–1990
    Rocking Chair

    1973
    American black walnut, rosewood, and hickory
    2015.9

    The American Institute of Architects, Houston Design Collection, museum purchase funded by friends of Chuck Thomsen, in his honor

  13. Thomas Glassford
    American, born 1963
    Doppler Redshift 2

    2008
    Anodized aluminum with aniline dye
    2014.1119

    Gift of the artist in honor of María Inés Sicardi and her son Maximiliano Rivarola in celebration of the 20th Anniversary of Sicardi Gallery

  14. Eliel Saarinen
    American, born Finland, 1873–1951
    Armchair

    1907–1908
    Oak, birch, ebony, mahogany, pewter, and replaced leather upholstery
    2014.1113

    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

  15. Alan Glass
    Mexican, born Canada, 1932
    Large Glass/Pigall’s: In Memory of Louis Morin and Marcel Duchamp

    2000
    Perforated wooden sheet covered with Plexiglass, postcards, a hoof, a fuzzy breast, a gas lamp, a dancer’s leg, images of other paintings, and a fan
    2014.920

    Museum purchase funded by the Cullen Family in memory of Roy Henry Cullen

  16. Judy Kensley McKie
    American, born 1944
    Moose Rack

    2006
    Bronze
    2014.835

    Gift of Frances Marzio

  17. Albert Paley
    American, born 1944
    Object Table

    1976
    Mild steel and glass
    2014.280.A,.B

    Gift of Don and Rita Newman

  18. Charles Eames
    American, 1907–1978
    Lounge Chair, Model LCW

    Designed 1945–1946, Manufactured 1946–1949
    Aniline-dyed plywood, chromium-plated steel, and rubber
    2013.660.2

    Bequest of William F. Stern

  19. Charles Eames
    American, 1907–1978
    Lounge Chair, Model LCW

    Designed 1945–1946, Manufactured 1946–1949
    Aniline-dyed plywood, chromium-plated steel, and rubber
    2013.660.1

    Bequest of William F. Stern

  20. Pablo Vargas Lugo
    Mexican, born 1968
    Fortuna 10 (Orion, Canis Major, Canis Minor, Lepus, Columba, Puppis, Monocerus)

    2008
    Felt, coins and India ink on wood
    2012.324

    Museum purchase funded by the Latin Maecenas

  21. Pablo Vargas Lugo
    Mexican, born 1968
    Fortuna 5 (Cygnus, Pegasus, Lyra, Delphinus)

    2008
    Felt, coins and India ink on wood
    2012.323

    Museum purchase funded by the Latin Maecenas

  22. Fernando Campana
    Brazilian, born 1961
    Black Iron Chair

    Designed 2004, made 2011
    Stainless steel with epoxy paint
    2011.545

    Museum purchase funded by the Design Council, 2011

  23. Edward Wormley
    American, 1907–1995
    Occasional Table, Model #5627-T

    1956
    Sap walnut and glass tiles
    2011.469

    Museum purchase funded by the John R. Eckel, Jr. Foundation

  24. Edward Wormley
    American, 1907–1995
    "Listen-to-Me Chaise," Model #4873

    Designed 1948, manufactured c. 1957
    Cherry, maple, metal, and silk upholstery
    2011.468

    Museum purchase funded by the John R. Eckel, Jr. Foundation

  25. American
    Coffee Table

    c. 1970
    Lacquered wood, metal, and plastic
    2011.467.A,.B

    Museum purchase funded by the John R. Eckel, Jr. Foundation

  26. Lucia DeRespinis
    American, born 1927
    Custom Clock

    c. 1957
    Metal and paint
    2011.463

    Museum purchase funded by the John R. Eckel, Jr. Foundation

  27. Richard Meier
    American, born 1934
    Rocking Chaise

    Designed 1982, manufactured c. 1984–1988
    Beech, lacquer, and leather
    2011.456.A,.B

    Museum purchase funded by the John R. Eckel, Jr. Foundation

  28. Richard Meier
    American, born 1934
    Armchair

    1982
    Beech and lacquer
    2011.455

    Museum purchase funded by the John R. Eckel, Jr. Foundation

  29. Richard Meier
    American, born 1934
    Armchair

    1982
    White oak
    2011.454

    Museum purchase funded by the John R. Eckel, Jr. Foundation

  30. Vladimir Kagan
    American, born Germany, 1927–2016
    Roll Top Desk, Model P 902

    c. 1965
    Wood, acrylic, metal, and laminate
    2011.444

    Museum purchase funded by the John R. Eckel, Jr. Foundation

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