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10 edition of Art deco 1910-1939 found in the catalog.

Art deco 1910-1939

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Published by Bulfinch Press/AOL Time Warner Book Group in Boston .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Art deco -- Exhibitions,
  • Art, Modern -- 20th century -- Exhibitions

  • Edition Notes

    Statementedited by Charlotte Benton, Tim Benton, and Ghislaine Wood.
    GenreExhibitions.
    ContributionsBenton, Charlotte., Benton, Tim., Wood, Ghislaine., Victoria and Albert Museum.
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsN6494.A7 A622 2003b
    The Physical Object
    Pagination464 p. :
    Number of Pages464
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL3575228M
    ISBN 10082122834X
    LC Control Number2002113762

    "Art Deco " is the most comprehensive book on the Deco Style. It thoroughly explains the Machine Age aesthetic and how the movement was, at first, a reaction against its predecessor, Art Nouveau. Once a luxury style for the affluent, it soon trickled down to the mass-market and became something the bourgeois could embrace, too, through /5(15). Summary: While visiting the Art Deco exhibition in San Francisco at the Palace of the Legion of Honor museum in April , there was a sidebar exhibit of Fortune Magazines from the Art Deco era as well. I remember being very impressed with their rich graphic covers.

    Va: Art Deco Hb by Benton Tim and a great selection of related books, art and collectibles available now at - Art Deco by Benton, Tim; Benton, Charlotte; Wood, Ghislaine - AbeBooks. About the author. Charlotte Benton is an independent architecture and design historian. Tim Benton is professor of art history at the Open University in the U.K. Ghislaine Wood was curator of the V&A touring exhibition Art Deco – and deputy curator of Art Nouveau –

    Books shelved as art-deco: Art Deco by Alastair Duncan, American Art Deco: Modernistic Architecture and Regionalism by Carla Breeze, Monstress, Vol. 1: A. Get this from a library! Art deco, [Charlotte Benton; Tim Benton; Ghislaine Wood; Victoria and Albert Museum (London)].


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"Art Deco " is the most comprehensive book on the Deco Style. It thoroughly explains the Machine Age aesthetic and how the movement was, at first, a reaction against its predecessor, Art by: 6.

A sumptuous coffee-table book of this exuberant art style and I think it could well become the standard book on the subject. The forty essays are divided into four sections, Sources and Iconography, Paris Exhibition, Spread of Deco and finally Deco World, and I liked the way, especially in Sources and Iconography, that the authors explain how various art styles were moulded Reviews: A sumptuous coffee-table book of this exuberant art style and I think it could well become the standard book on the subject.

The forty essays are divided into four sections, Sources and Iconography, Paris Exhibition, Spread of Deco and finally Deco World, and I liked the way, especially in Sources and Iconography, that the authors explain how various art styles were moulded into deco art /5(43).

At some point a few months ago, I decidedadmittedly unwittinglythat I didn't really want to finish Art Decoa dense coffee table book that accompanied an exhibit of the same name that I very much enjoyed at Boston's Museum of Fine wasn't that the book wasn't instructive or interestingquite the opposite, in factbut that a book like this isn't really meant to be read cover to /5.

A sumptuous coffee-table book of this exuberant art style and I think it could well become the standard book on the subject. The forty essays are divided into four sections, Sources and Iconography, Paris Exhibition, Spread of Deco and finally Deco World, and I liked the way, especially in Sources and Iconography, that the authors explain how various art styles were moulded into deco art /5(44).

A sumptuous coffee-table book of this exuberant art style and I think it could well become the standard book on the subject. The forty essays are divided into four sections, Sources and Iconography, Paris Exhibition, Spread of Deco and finally Deco World, and I liked the way, especially in Sources and Iconography, that the authors explain how various art styles were moulded into deco art /5(9).

Tim Benton is professor of art history at the Open University in the U.K. Ghislaine Wood was curator of the V&A touring exhibition Art Deco – and deputy curator of Art Nouveau – Read an ExcerptAuthor: Charlotte Benton. Art deco User Review - Not Available - Book Verdict In this catalog to an exhibition originating at London's Victoria and Albert Museum and traveling to Toronto, San Francisco, and Boston, Art Deco is defined as a complex and varied mix of decorative 4/5(1).

Art Deco: by Charlotte Benton; Tim Benton; Ghislaine Wood and a great selection of related books, art and collectibles available now at   Art Deco book. Read reviews from world’s largest community for readers. This publication, a collaboration of a Victoria and Albert Museum curator and nin /5(5).

Art Deco, which originated in Paris, is one of the most memorable of all design movements thanks to its modern feel and use of mathematical and geometric shapes. Oddly the actual label of 'Art Deco' was not popularized until when art historian Bevis Hillier published a book.

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The item you've selected was not added to your cart. Add to Rating: % positive. Get this from a library. Art deco [Charlotte Benton; Tim Benton; Ghislaine Wood; Victoria and Albert Museum.;] -- Art Deco - the style redolent of the flapper girl, the luxury ocean liner, Hollywood film and the skyscraper - came to epitomize the glamour, luxury.

Get this from a library. Art deco [Charlotte Benton; Tim Benton; Ghislaine Wood; Victoria and Albert Museum.;] -- The Victoria and Albert Museum's highly successful art nouveau exhibition is replaced in by an art deco exhibition.

This volume focuses. ISBN: OCLC Number: Notes: "Exhibition organized by the Victoria and Albert Museum, London." "Research for this book was largely based on Art Decoedited by Charlotte Benton, Tim Benton and Ghislaine Wood and published by V & A Publications, "--Page facing title page.

Buy Art Deco - 01 by Charlotte Benton, Tim Benton, Ghislaine Wood (ISBN: ) from Amazon's Book Store. Everyday low prices and free delivery on eligible orders/5(44). Get this from a library. Art deco [Charlotte Benton; Tim Benton; Ghislaine Wood; Victoria and Albert Museum.;] -- An overview of the Art Deco period that covers the Paris exhibition that was its launching pad; the style's sources, iconography, and spread around the.

Art Deco by Charlotte Benton,The best book on Art Deco to have appeared so far, and likely to remain so.' Bevis Hillier, Literary Review Art Deco - the style redolent of the flapper girl, the luxury ocean liner, Hollywood film and the skyscraper - came to epitomize the glamour, luxury and hedonism of the Jazz Age.

/5(90). Art deco User Review - Not Available - Book Verdict In this catalog to an exhibition originating at London's Victoria and Albert Museum and traveling to Toronto, San Francisco, and Boston, Art Deco is defined as a complex and varied mix of decorative 4/5(1).

Art Deco was a sprawling design sensibility that wound its way through numerous early 20th Century art and design forms, from fine art and architecture to fashion and furniture, as well as.

Art deco Publication date Topics Art deco -- Exhibitions, Art, Modern -- 20th century -- Exhibitions Publisher Boston: Bulfinch Press/AOL Time Warner Book Group Collection inlibrary; printdisabled; internetarchivebooks Digitizing sponsor Kahle/Austin Foundation Contributor Internet Archive LanguagePages: - Art Deco emerged in France around The movement formed as a reaction to the failure of Art Nouveau and to reestablish France as the international leader in the luxury trades.

It is known for angular geometric shapes, clear bright colors and rare exotic materials. The Exposition was set for but due to WW1 it was postponed until (the year Art Deco peaked) pins.Art Deco – Published on Art Deco – the style redolent of the flapper girl, the luxury ocean liner, Hollywood film and the skyscraper – came to epitomize the glamour.