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WARREN WHEELOCK: One of our leading American sculptors and painters. Formerly worked for and with Federal Advertising Agency, J Walter Thompson. As he puts it, has done posters and designs from bath salts to Oriental rugs. During his career he has done work for Waterman Pen, National Biscuit company, Dry Goods Economist, International Silver, Gem Razor, Sinclair Oil. Did models for Pyrex ovenware, Corona typewriter, Durham Duplex Razor Company. Has done considerable work in mechanical as well as ordinary window advertising, window designs, window displays. Holds U.S. patents on items of his invention which have been quite successful. VALLY WIESELTHIER: Extremely well-known Viennese artist, founder of ceramic school of Wien Werkenstaette. Has exhibited and is represented in several museums in this country and in Europe, including Metropolitan Museum of Art, Art Institute of Chicago, Cleveland Museum, Cincinnati Museum, Oesterreiches Museum, Vienna, Grassi Museum, Leipzig. Did decorating work for Streets of Paris, Merry-Go-Round Bar, Ford Building at A Century of Progress. Taught at Oswego State Normal school, Santa Fe, N M, and worked at Ohio State University. Did door of Squibb Building, pottery for Sebring Pottery, manikins for Gimbels and Bamberger, walls for Philco exhibit, wallpaper designs for Thibaut, Katzenbach & Warren, etc. Fabric designs for Clark, Erlanger, Blumgert, Stehli Silks, Corticelli, Menke, Kaufmann, among others. Windows and store decorations for Kaufmann’s, Pittsburgh. Glassware for Moser and L N G Lobmeyer, Czechoslovakia. Miss Wieselthier has done considerable other work, too numerous to mention.
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