The Encyclopedia of Art Deco
Knickerbocker Press, 1998 - Reference - 192 pages
The wonderfully distinctive flair of Art Deco, whether in architecture, jewelry, lighting design, furniture, or in any of its many manifestations is immediately recognizable. Its influence and its origins are explored in photographs and text by the world's leading authorities from major galleries and auction houses. Abundant illustrations and photographs combine with biographies of the most impatient artists and designers to give one a fuller understanding of and appreciation for the Art Deco period.
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