Samuel Abraham Marx

Samuel Abraham Marx

Samuel Abraham Marx (18851964) est un architecte, designer et décorateur d'intérieur américain. Il fut notamment influencé par Frank Lloyd Wright.

La galeriste Liz O'Brien lui a consacré un livre, Ultramodern : Samuel Marx, Architect, Designer, Art Collector (Pointed Leaf Press).

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