Art Deco Books

American Art Deco: Modernistic Architecture and Regionalism

Author: Carla Breeze A lavishly illustrated survey of American Art Deco architecture. Art deco architecture flourished in large cities and small towns throughout America in the 19 continue >>

Art Deco: 1910-1939

Author: Charlotte Benton Sexy, modern, and unabashedly consumer-oriented, Art Deco was a new kind of style, flourishing at a time of rapid technological change and social upheaval continue >>

American Streamlined Design: The World of Tomorrow

Author: David A. Hanks The twentieth-century's fast cars, trains, and planes promised to conquer space and time; their aerodynamic styling and metallic bodies embodied a new and m continue >>

Art Deco Complete: The Definitive Guide to the Decorative Arts of the 1920's and 1930's

Author: Alastair Duncan Art Deco Complete is the last word in Art Deco, the most glamorous decorative arts style, and the one that shaped popular ideas of modern luxury. It covers continue >>

 

Essential Art Deco

Author: Ghislaine Wood The glamour, vibrancy, and high style of the Art Deco age comes to life in this handsome companion to the "Art Deco 19101939" exhibition, on displ continue >>

Art Deco Style

Author: Bevis Hillier If one had to select a single title from the recent spate of books discussing the Art Deco style, it should be this crisply written, magnificently illustrate continue >>

The National Trust Guide to Art Deco in America

Author: David Gebhard Two distinctive modes of architecture evoke a universal style popularized in the United States in the 1920s and 1930s: Art Deco embodied a colorful, decorati continue >>

Art Deco New York

Author: David Lowe Art Deco New York takes readers on a historically rich and visually spectacular journey through New York in the early decades of the 20th century, when the styl continue >>

 

Art Nouveau Books

Art Nouveau: Utopia: Reconciling the Irreconcilable

Author: Klaus-Jürgen Sembach Art Nouveau, whose emergence at the same time as cinema was no mere coincidence, represents the most remarkable attempt to reconcile the demands continue >>

Art Nouveau

Author: Gabriele Fahr-Becker With this volume, Gabriele Fahr-Becker delivers a complex portrait of the Art Nouveau phenomenon in all of its fantastic variety. It features differen continue >>

Art Nouveau A&I

Author: Stephen Escritt Art Nouveau conjures up images of nymph-like female figures and sinuous organic tendrils, as well as radical geometric simplicity. In its brief life span, continue >>

Art Nouveau, 1890-1914

Author: Paul Greenhalgh Looking at Art Nouveau from an international perspective, this text examines its origins and meaning within an art-historical, literary and social context. continue >>

 

Art Nouveau Collector's Guide

Author: Judith Miller Whether a long-lived passion or a new found pleasure, explore the beauty and originality of Art Nouveau with this sumptuous collector's guide. From furniture continue >>

Art Nouveau Architecture

Author: Keiichi Tahara, Philippe Thiebaut, Bruno Girveau The best of existing European Art Nouveau buildings, monuments and interiors are celebrated in this collection of photogra continue >>

Art Nouveau an Architectural Indulgence: In Collaboration with The Victoria & Albert Museum

Author: Andreas Papadakis The series of movements that formed Art Nouveau are here introduced by Victor Arwas, a leading international expert on the period, and described in a ser continue >>

Emile Galle

Author: Timothy Newark French Edition Order Now continue >>

 

Dynamic Beauty "Sculpture of Art Nouveau Paris"

Macklowe Gallery's publication on the "Sculpture of Art Nouveau Paris", which features the nearly 300 French Art Nouveau sculptures on view at Mackowe Gallery's "DYN continue >>

 

Ceramic Books

Hungarian Ceramics from the Zsolnay Manufactory, 1853-2001

Author: Eva Csenkey The Zsolnay Manufactory represents a triumph of Hungarian applied arts, for during its heyday it produced elegant and innovative ceramics for an international continue >>

Zsolnay Ceramics: Collecting a Culture

Authors: Federico Santi, John Gacher Zsolnay ceramic art from Hungary, featuring over 400 color photographs, covers the three main periods of Zsolnay production: 1868 to 1897--Fol continue >>

Edmond Lachenal and His Legacy

Author: Martin Eidelberg Edmond Lachenal and His Legacy documents the shifting styles of this important French ceramicist and also the styles of his contemporaries. Order Now continue >>

Adrien Dalpayrat (1844 - 1910): French Ceramics

Author: Horst Makus French and German Edition Order Now continue >>

 

Furniture Books

Art Deco Furniture: The French Designers

Author: Alastair Duncan In the early 20th century, the Art Deco movement created new standards in furniture design, architecture, and the decorative arts. This detailed study se continue >>

French Furniture : From Louis XIII to Art Deco

Author: Sylvie Chadenet French furniture design has been admired and collected throughout the world for centuries. Filled with 750 line drawings and brief descriptive texts, Frenc continue >>

Chairs

Author: Judith Miller Judith Miller celebrates and scrutinizes nearly 400 years of great seating in this sumptuous volume, an ode to the ingenuity of design, craftsmanship and she continue >>

Masterpieces of Art Nouveau Furniture:The Majorelle Catalogue, Ca.

Author: Majorelle Freres & Cie. One of the earliest modern art styles, Art Nouveau swept through Europe and America at the turn of the century. The opulent yet decorative art continue >>

 

Furniture: World Styles from Classical to Contemporary

Author: Judith Miller Marry a well-established subject-matter expert to a publisher recognized for its lavish four-color and educational tomes, and the honeymoon will last forever continue >>

 

Jewelry Books

Louis Comfort Tiffany At Tiffany & Co

Author: John Loring Celebrated for his Art Nouveau stained-glass interpretations of birds, insects, fruits and flowers, Louis Comfort Tiffany was the foremost American designer of continue >>

Artistic Luxury: Faberge, Tiffany, Lalique

Authors: Stephen Harrison, Emmanuel Ducamp, Jeannine Falino Fabergé, Tiffany, Lalique—these great designers came together only once to display their goods in what wa continue >>

The Jewelry and Enamels of Louis Comfort Tiffany

Author: Janet Zapata Louis Comfort Tiffany's spectacular and highly individual Art Nouveau lamps, favrile glass vases, and stained-glass windows have long been admired throughout continue >>

Art Nouveau Jewelry

Author: Vivienne Becker Jewelry was one of the purest, and most successful, expressions of the Art Nouveau movement. It captured the atmosphere and the passion of the fin de sicle continue >>

 

Imperishable Beauty

Authors: Yvonne J. Markowitz, Elyse Karlin "A new, imperishable beauty," was how the artist and architect Henry van de Velde described it. European Art Nouveau jewelry o continue >>

Rene Lalique: Exceptional Jewellery, 1890-1912

Author: Dany Sautot Here is a look at Lalique’s creative process through a selection of unusual works–inluding glassware, paintings, jewelery, and fashion designs&ndas continue >>

Rene Lalique at the Calouste Gulbenkian Museum

Author: Maria Fernanda Passos Leite The world’s largest collection of jewelery, art objects, artistic glass, and drawings by René Lalique. Calouste Gulbenkian (1869&n continue >>

Art Deco Jewelry: Modernist Masterworks and their Makers

Author: Evelyne Posseme This comprehensive survey features Art Deco jewelry made by the world’s leading designers and makers between 1910 and 1937. Not only does it include continue >>

 

Cartier: Innovation through the 20th Century

Author: Francois Chaille Cartier epitomizes creativity and individuality in jewelry design. The 175 objects featured in this book exemplify Cartier’s inimitable talent and r continue >>

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 Tr continue >>

Portrait Jewels: Opulence and Intimacy from the Medici to the Romanovs

The recently published “Portrait Jewels: Opulence and Intimacy from the Medici to the Romanovs” by Diana Scarisbrick is now available from Thames & Hudson press. continue >>

 

Lithograph Books

Toulouse-Lautrec: Scenes of the Night

Authors: Claire Frechs-throy, Jose Freches This compassionate narrative combines with reminiscences of the artist's friends to vividly evoke Henri de Toulouse-Lautrec's tragic, bo continue >>

Alphonse Mucha

Author: Agnes Husslein-Arco This gorgeous volume surveys the entire breadth of Mucha s work from illustration and decorative arts to his photography and the historical paintings t continue >>

Mucha: The Triumph of Art Nouveau

Author: Arthur Ellridge Reproductions of Alphonse Mucha's Art Nouveau posters can still be found in college dorm-rooms, favored by those who prefer a soft romantic aesthetic. His continue >>

Alphonse Mucha: The Spirit of Art Nouveau

Author: Victor Arwas, Jana Brabcova-Orlikova, Anna Dvorak Alphonse Mucha (1890-1939) was one of the most important decorative artists in Paris at the turn of the century. His sens continue >>

 

Sculpture Books

Untamed: The Art of Antoine-louis Barye

Authors: William R. Johnston, Simon Kelly A wide-ranging and penetrating look at one of the greatest sculptors of the nineteenth century. Antoine-Louis Barye’s animal sculpt continue >>

Sculpture 1900-1945

Author: Penelope Curtis Sculpture 1900-1945 provides a new critical analysis of the fascinating development of sculpture in Europe and America during this important period in art continue >>

 

Tiffany Studios Books

The Mosaics of Louis Comfort Tiffany

Author: Edith Crouch The first book exclusively about L.C. Tiffany's glass mosaic masterpieces, created from 1880 to 1931 at the Tiffany Studios in New York City for clients ac continue >>

Tiffany Lamps and Metalware, An Illustrated Reference to Over 2000 Models

Author: Alastair Duncan An indispensable pictorial reference book for Tiffany enthusiasts with over 2,000 illustrated items, each one cross-referenced in the index with its origin continue >>

The Lamps of Tiffany

Author: Egon Neustadt First published in 1970, The Lamps of Tiffany remains the standard reference work on the complete range of lamp styles, designs and colors of the lamps and g continue >>

A New Light on Tiffany: Clara Driscoll and the Tiffany Girls

Author: Martin Eidelberg, Nina Gray, Margi Hofer It has long been presumed that the lamps, windows, and other luxury objects produced by Tiffany Studios were designed exclusively continue >>

 

The Lost Treasures of Louis Comfort Tiffany

Author: Hugh McKean The works of the Tiffany Studios revolutionized interior design in turn-of-the-century America. All of the company's works, from stained-glass windows to blown continue >>

Louis Comfort Tiffany and Laurelton Hall

Author: Alice Cooney Frelinghuysen This beautiful book focuses on Laurelton Hall, Louis Comfort Tiffany’s extraordinary country estate in Oyster Bay, Long Island, New York. continue >>

Louis Comfort Tiffany at The Metropolitan

Author: Alice Cooney Frelinghuysen Alice Cooney Frelinghuysen, curator of American decorative arts at the Metropolitan Museum, presents Tiffany’s works in the context of his continue >>

The Lamps of Louis Comfort Tiffany

Authors: Martin Eidelberg, Alice Cooney Frelinghuysen, Nancy McClelland, Lars Rachen Experts in the field have made a selection of exceptional lamps, many of which have rarely bee continue >>

 

Tiffany by Design: An In-depth Look at Tiffany Lamps

Aurthor: Nina Gray Explore the construction, fabrication, design, and qualities of authentic Tiffany lamps made between 1900 and 1918. Tiffany Studios produced thousands of lamps continue >>

Louis Comfort Tiffany: Artist for the Ages

Author: Marilynn A. Johnson Few American artists have undergone such shifts in critical opinion as Louis Comfort Tiffany. Initially as a painter, then as an interior designer and continue >>

Masterworks of Louis Comfort Tiffany

Authors:Alastair Duncan, Neil Harris, Martin P. Eidelberg Louis Comfort Tiffany is usually associated with remarkable masterworks of glass, but the full range of his art covers a continue >>

Louis C. Tiffany Garden Museum Collection

Author: Alastair Duncan Alastair Duncan, the world-renowned authority on Louis C. Tiffany, has produced the definitive work on America's premier artist-designer, examining every f continue >>

 

Tiffany Favrile Art Glass

Author: Moise S. Steeg Louis Comfort Tiffany's blown art glass, made from 1891 to 1928, embodies the artist's superior workmanship and satisfied his dream to introduce objects of continue >>

Tiffany Favrile Glass and the Quest of Beauty

Author: Martin Eidelberg Eidelberg traces the evolution of Tiffany favrile glass and presents a new chronology of the coding system. This groundbreaking volume will become the def continue >>

Tiffany Desk Sets

Author: William R. Holland In the dynamic first quarter of the 20th century, Louis Comfort Tiffany and his Tiffany Studios in New York City produced 24 distinctly different bronze continue >>

Tiffany: Special Edition

Editor: Jacob Baal-Teshuva This volume presents Tiffany's magical lamps and stained glass. This lavish volume provides an overview of the fifty-year career and the highly innovati continue >>

 
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