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To conclude their survey, the authors look at how elements of Art Nouveau were absorbed into Art Deco after World War I and how Art Nouveau styles of tile-making have been revived in the 1980s and 1990s. A final chapter gives useful advice to the collector of Art Nouveau tiles, suggesting ways of organizing, restoring and preserving them."--BOOK JACKET.
The ultimate sourcebook for design professionals and consumers seeking handcrafted, one-of-a-kind art for interiors is updated to include scores of new treasures.This annual presents a wealth of work available for purchase or commission. Wall art includes fiber, ceramics, glass, and other materials; furniture is in traditional, contemporary, or whimsical styles; and accesscories are decorative and functional pieces in lighting, floor coverings, and small sculptures.Addresses and numbers are given for the artists whose work is shown, to allow easy and direct contact between buyers and sellers.
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An expansive take on American Art Deco that explores Chicago's pivotal role in developing the architecture, graphic design, and product design that came to define middle-class style in the twentieth century Frank Lloyd Wright’s lost Midway Gardens, the iconic Sunbeam Mixmaster, and Marshall Field’s famed window displays: despite the differences in scale and medium, each belongs to the broad current of an Art Deco style that developed in Chicago in the first half of the twentieth century. This ambitious overview of the city’s architectural, product, industrial, and graphic design between 1910 and 1950 offers a fresh perspective on a style that would come to represent the dominant mode of modernism for the American middle class. Lavishly illustrated with 325 images, the book narrates Art Deco’s evolution in 101 key works, carefully curated and chronologically organized to tell the story of not just a style but a set of sensibilities. Critical essays from leading figures in the field discuss the ways in which Art Deco created an entire visual universe that extended to architecture, advertising, household objects, clothing, and even food design. Through this comprehensive approach to one of the 20th century’s most pervasive modes of expression in America, Art Deco Chicago provides an essential overview of both this influential style and the metropolis that came to embody it.
Gathers over thirty-five projects for decorating frames, flowerpots, boxes, paving stones, and bird baths with mosaic designs of pebbles, bits of broken china, and tiles