Título: Nineteenth-Century Design: From Pugin to ...
Editorial: Harry N Abrams
Condición del libro: Good
Looks at the Gothic Revival movement in architecture, and its impact on nineteenth-century styles in arts, crafts, and graphic designFrom Library Journal:
Strictly speaking, this should be titled Late 19th Century British Design. That quibble aside, this work is certain to become one of the core resources on this highly creative period. Following a brief essay on the first half of the century, the authors plunge into the Gothic Revival movement in architecture and furnishings, which in turn gave way to the Art, or Aesthetic, style, reflecting Japanese influences; and the impact of furniture designer Edward Godwin; the Arts and Crafts Movement and its guiding force William Morris; Liberty's of London; Charles Voysey; and the very stylized designs of Charles Rennie Mackintosh. Covering architecture, furniture, metal craft, ceramics, textiles, and graphic design, this will serve as a valuable companion volume to Jeremy Cooper's Victorian and Edwardian Decor (Abbeville Pr., 1987). Illustrated in the publisher's usual lush style, with 150 black-and-white and 200 color illustrations, this is highly recommended.
- Joseph Hewgley, Nashville P.L.
Copyright 1994 Reed Business Information, Inc.
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