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Norman Cherner was born in Brooklyn New York in 1920. He studied and taught at Columbia University Fine Arts and later instructed at the Museum of Modern Art. Noted as one of the most original of a generation of designers exploring technological innovation, Cherner was a pioneer in molded plywood. His best know design is the 1958 chair which gained popularity after appearing in Norman Rockwell's painting "The Artist at Work" on the cover of the Saturday Evening Post. Cherner also wrote books on his theories about making modern design accessible to the general public.
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