Miami Beach, FL
William H. Bradley was America’s foremost graphic artist from the end of the nineteenth century into the 1930s. Derived from the Art Nouveau aesthetic, the flowing lines of his designs for advertisements, periodicals, catalogs, and posters made a marked impact on both commercial and fine art in the United States. Pioneer of American Art Nouveau draws on the collection of The Wolfsonian–FIU to highlight Bradley’s contributions as a designer and illustrator.
Credit: Exhibition overview from museum website.