New in gallery 271: “Reinventing Italy’s Decorative Arts: Velvets and Glass from the Interwar Era” explores Italy’s arts and cultural scene in the 1920s and 1930s through costumes, textiles, and glass objects from the Museum’s collection. Collectively, these works show the development of a modern Italian aesthetic in the years between the World Wars. Visit the Museum today to explore the connections between these objects.

Drapery, 1930, designed by Maria Monaci Gallenga

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