Jeremiah Goodman’s Interior Paintings Celebrated in Retrospective

He’s not a designer… but Jeremiah Goodman is a member of the Interior Design Hall of Fame. That’s because he was the magazine’s cover artist for 15 years start­ing in 1952, illustrating spaces with a dreamy yet detailed hand. Now the 94-year-old is having a retrospective: “Inspired Interiors,” May 9 to June 9 at Dessin Fournir Gallery in Los Angeles, will feature 55 of his gouaches, alongside a selection of 10 covers.

jeremiah-goodman-oscar-hammerstein-dining-room-manhattanMr. and Mrs. Oscar Hammerstein, Dining Room, Manhattan, 2006. Image courtesy of the artist.

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Interior Design December 1967.

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Interior Design June 1964.

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Interior Design June 1960.

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Interior Design March 1961.

jeremiah-goodman-portraitPhotography by Thomas Dang Vu.

Bob-Hope-LA-Home-Jeremiah-GoodmanBob Hope’s L.A. Home. Image courtesy of the artist.

Bruce-Weber-Living-Room-by-Jeremiah-GoodmanBruce Weber’s Living Room. Image courtesy of the artist.

Carolina-Herrera-Sitting-Room-New-York-2009-Jeremiah-GoodmanjpgCarolina Herrera’s sitting room, New York, 2009. Image courtesy of the artist.

Leonard-Stanley-Hollywood-Bedroom-1976-Jeremiah-GoodmanLeonard Stanley’s Hollywood bedroom, 1976. Image courtesy of the artist.

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