Christie's Art Deco
Pavilion, 2000 - Art deco - 192 pages
The impact of Art Deco was felt in every sphere of the decorative arts. This volume examines one of the most important period of design in the 20th century, and relates the story of every aspect of this movement of the 1920's and 30's.
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