Art deco portraits of a pilot, navigator, bombardier, and gunner painted by William Dean Fausett, oil on canvas, 1940s. These 6x4 foot paintings hang in the rotunda of the Randolph Air Force Base administration building in San Antonio, Texas.
This is my favorite part of Dallas, and it stands pretty much the same today as it did in this 1936 photograph. The Esplanade of State at the Texas Centennial Exposition in Dallas, Texas, 1936.
Fair Park Deco, Dallas, Texas
I just ordered a copy of this book and I can’t wait for it to arrive next week! http://www.fairparkdeco.com/
Restaurant Menu - 1930’s
Norma Shearer, “Strange Interlude”
Varied Industries Building, Texas Centennial postcard, Dallas, 1936
This building is still standing, as are most of the art deco buildings from the 1936 Texas Centennial Exposition. I think Dallas is pretty boring and ordinary for the most part, but the Fairgrounds are a gem.
Max Le Verier (1892-1973 Belgium) Art Deco bronzed metal sculpture of an Archer on a stepped stone base, signed to base, 71 cm H x 57 cm L