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The Kaleidoscope House Art Collection 1

Dolls' House Accessory Set
2001 (manufactured)
Artist/Maker
Place of origin

Room set containing 1:12 scale reproductions of works by Carroll Dunham, Peter Halley, Mel Kendrick, Cindy Sherman, Mel Bochner and Laurie Simmons.

Cardboard packaging for the room set for the Art Collection, with see through lid. Brightly coloured in shades of mauve yellow green and orange. Original blister pack is inside the box as are the art pieces by Carroll Dunham (Untitled), Peter Halley (The Sixth Sense), Cindy Sherman (Untitled Film Still 54) and Laurie Simmons (Untitled/Woman's Head).


Object details
Categories
Object type
Parts
This object consists of 7 parts.

  • Sculpture
  • Packaging
  • Painting
  • Painting
  • Photograph
  • Photograph
  • PPainting
Materials and techniques
Wood, plastic, printed card
Brief description
Miniature room set with Art Collection for Kaleidoscope House
Physical description
Room set containing 1:12 scale reproductions of works by Carroll Dunham, Peter Halley, Mel Kendrick, Cindy Sherman, Mel Bochner and Laurie Simmons.



Cardboard packaging for the room set for the Art Collection, with see through lid. Brightly coloured in shades of mauve yellow green and orange. Original blister pack is inside the box as are the art pieces by Carroll Dunham (Untitled), Peter Halley (The Sixth Sense), Cindy Sherman (Untitled Film Still 54) and Laurie Simmons (Untitled/Woman's Head).
Production typeMass produced
Credit line
Given by Bozart Toys Inc
Production
Reason For Production: Retail
Subjects depicted
Other number
30031 - serial number
Collection
Accession number
B.7:1 to 7-2002

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Record createdJune 6, 2002
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