The collection contains 28 engravings of theaters and stage set designs of the 17th and 18th centuries. Artists include Giacomo
Torelli, Caspar Amort, Melchior and Matthäus Küsell, and Daniel Pomerade.
George Clarke Jenkins (1908-2007) was a production designer and art director for both theatrical productions and feature films.
Born in Baltimore, Maryland, November 19, ca. 1908-11 (sources vary), Jenkins studied architecture at the University of Pennsylvania
(1929-31) and went on to work as an interior and industrial designer (1934-35) and assistant to stage designer Jo Mielziner
(1937-41), before designing for his first Broadway play, Early To Bed (1943). He continued working on stage plays until 2004. His film credits include Best Years of Our Lives (1946), Wait Until Dark (1967), Klute (1971) and Presumed Innocent (1990). He also served as art director in charge of experimental color programming at CBS (1953-54) and taught motion picture
design at the University of California, Los Angeles (1985-89). He was nominated for four Tony awards including for his work
on the Miracle Worker and won an Academy Award for All the President's Men (1976). He died in 2007.
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