custom mural from the Irwin Union Bank & Trust Company, Columbus, INUSA, 1973
Alexander Girard fabric over wood
396 w x 1 d x 72 h in (1006 x 3 x 183 cm)
Mural is composed of fifty-three upholstered panels.provenance: Irwin Union Bank & Trust Company, Columbus | Cummins Inc., Columbus
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In 1973, architect Kevin Roche designed a bank building addition to Eero Saarinen’s landmark Irwin Union Bank & Trust Company in Columbus, Indiana. J. Irwin Miller, chairman and CEO of Cummins, Inc. commissioned Alexander Girard to create a series of murals for each of the new building’s three floors. This example features fifty-three panels covered in fabrics Girard designed for Herman Miller. Proceeds from this sale will be donated to Indiana area non-profits for reinvestment in Education, Environment and Social Justice/Equality of Opportunity, the three global priority areas for Cummins.