(1883 - 1960)
Walter Dorwin, Sr. Teague was active/lived in New York, New Jersey, Indiana. Walter Teague is known for industrial design, glass.
Biography Walter Teague
Walter Dorwin Teague (December 18, 1883 - December 5, 1960) was an American architect, designer and one of the most prolific American industrial designers in terms of volume of completed work. Teague's name and vision lives on through the legacy of his company.
Teague was raised in Pendleton, Indiana, the son of a Methodist minister, and left for New York City in 1902. For five years he painted signs and drew for mail-order catalogues while he attended the Art Students League of New York at night with the idea of pursuing a career in magazine illustration. He then joined the art department of Calkins and Holden and produced commercial magazine illustration. In 1926, while in Europe, he discovered the work of Le Corbusier and decided
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