Nature Transformed - French Art Nouveau Horn Jewelry

Macklowe Gallery's publication on "French Art Nouveau Horn Jewelry", which features 46 French Art Nouveau carved horn items on view at Mackowe Gallery's "Nature Transformed" exhibition. Which ran from May 2012 thru June 2012. This publication was assembled to aid the collector, whether beginning or advanced, to understand the marvels of this art form. A must for any collector of Art Nouveau jewelry books.

Forward by Benjamin Macklowe

Exhibition curators Benjamin & Hillary Macklowe
“Nature Transformed” written by Jessica Goldring
“Horn Jewelry” written by Janet Zapata
Editors Benjamin Macklowe & Kathleen Moore
Art director Christopher Mozsary
Fashion photography Wayne Maser
Still life photography Kirk Edwards
Catalogue photography Antonio Virardi
Fine jewelry & furniture by Macklowe Gallery

Text and photography ©2012 Macklowe Gallery, Ltd.
This publication is available for purchase from the Gallery by calling 1-212-644-6400


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