Important Byrdcliffe library table from the “Tirol Suite” designed by Dawson Dawson-Watson. Unique form in poplar with polychrome stain, rectangular top with a carved edge supported by a trestle base, lower stretcher with double loose key and tenon construction, carved floral details on ends, original finish.Read More →
This unlocated frame is known through a photograph in the Dawson Dawson-Watson family archives.Read More →
This unlocated frame is known from a photograph in the Dawson Dawson-Watson family archives.
It was the original hand-carved frame for the painting The Glory of the Morning that won the National Prize in the 1927 Texas Wildflower Competitive Exhibition held in San Antonio at the Witte Memorial Museum.
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