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Drawings, Prints, and Graphic Design
Cooper-Hewitt's Drawings, Prints, and Graphic Design department, located in the Drue Heinz Study Center for Drawings and Prints, houses more than 160,000 works of art dating from the Renaissance to the present, including fine arts as well as designs for architecture, decorative arts, gardens, interiors, jewelry, theater, graphic and industrial design, and more.
DSR: Texture 1
DSR: Texture 1a
DSR: Texture 2
Google Art Project
objects from CHDNM collection selected for Google Art Project
Product Design and Decorative Arts
Cooper-Hewitt's department of Product Design and Decorative Arts contains approximately 40,000 three-dimensional decorative art and design objects dating from antiquity to the twenty-first century, including ceramics, furniture, metalwork, lighting, glass, jewelry, architectural elements, and industrial design.
Cooper-Hewitt's Textiles collection contains more than 30,000 pieces from antiquity to the present, representing the full spectrum of woven and non-woven techniques and a wide variety of printing and dyeing methods.
Cooper-Hewitt's Wallcoverings department contains the largest and most varied collection of wallpaper in the United States, with more than 10,000 examples tracing the transformation of the medium from hand-printed luxury product to mass-produced decor.
Wallpaper Immersion Room