Mary Faulconer

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During the 1930s and 40s Mary Faulconer assisted Alexey Brodovitch, photographer and man behind the style that now defines the Conde Nast aesthetic. More recently two of her designs were used by the US Postal Service for a special stamp promotion, and the artist has executed other commissions for UNICEF, Steuben Glass and the Franklin Mint. Among other important collections her work is included in several important collections such as Paul Mellon’s and that of the late Duchess of Windsor, among others. A print

by Faulconer was sold at auction as part of the Jacqueline Kennedy Onassis estate in 1996.