4 edition of The art nouveau found in the catalog.
Includes bibliographical references (p. -).
|Statement||by Henry F. Lenning|
|LC Classifications||N6465.A7 L45, NA680 .L45|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||142 p. :|
|Number of Pages||142|
|LC Control Number||52005268|
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As with most of Dover's book this is a great source book for Art Nouveau designs. The selections are drawn from Art Nouveau periodicals, posters, textile and wallpaper designs, bookplates, jewellery and stained glass. Many of the designs are taken from previously published Dover source books, /5(8).
This season's most scintillating art book, Art Nouveau, will be unrivaled for years to come. PAUL GREENHALGH is head of research at the Victoria & Albert Museum, London.
Former head of art history at Camberwell College of Art, he is the author of several books and articles, and a contributor to Abrams' A Grand Design: The Art of the Victoria and Albert by: 9.
An excellent book - its contents covers all the most characteristics of Art Nouveau era: from paintings, glass, jewelry, to architecture, furniture, lamps, ceramics and more. Very well illustrated with many photographs of the most beautiful examples of each category and detailed descriptions and information/5(44).
The Art Nouveau Style Book of Alphonse Mucha (Dover Fine Art, History of Art) Paperback – October 1, by Alphonse Mucha (Author)/5(41). Among graphic artists and commercial designers, Mucha is praised for the innovative style books that pioneered the use of Art Nouveau in commercial packaging, design, and ornament.
The most important of these style books was Documents Décoratifs, published in at the height of Mucha's fame as the high priest of the Art Nouveau movement/5(41). Illustrator Aubrey Beardsley brought Art Nouveau to book design, illustrating Sir Thomas Mallory’s La Mort d’Arthur and serving as art editor of the popular Yellow Book magazine in England.