Renowned interiors portraitist Jeremiah Goodman’s work is on exhibit for the first time ever in Los Angeles, at Dessin Fournir. The exhibit showcases 55 original gouache paintings from Goodman’s 70-year career as an illustrator of elite interiors, including the homes of fashion designers James Galanos and Carolina Herrera, Greta Garbo, the Duchess of Windsor, and Diana Vreeland.

Dessin Fournir - Jeremiah Goodman - Diana Vreeland
Jeremiah Goodman, home of Diana Vreeland

Goodman launched his career in the late 1940’s as a designer of print ads for Lord & Taylor, but by the 1950’s he had progressed to creating cover art and illustrations for premier design publications such as Interior Design magazine, Harper’s Bazaar, and Vogue. Design legends such as Rose Cumming commissioned room paintings from Goodman. Additionally, he became known for his unique renditions of celebrity and socialite home interiors, focusing less on realism and more on the creative and emotional atmosphere of a space.

The paintings on display at Dessin Fournir’s retrospective are available for purchase. The exhibit runs through June 9th.

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