Art Deco emerged as an antidote to an era of economic slumps and depressions, social strife, hunger marches and political battle. It was against this troubled backdrop that the movement forged its own identity as an eclectic style concerned with modernity.
With a comprehensive introduction, Art Deco looks at all aspects of the movement, from architecture to decorative arts, with detailed commentary on 120 works. Some of these are considered major pieces, others are less well known, but they are all essential to the philosophy of the Art Deco movement.
|Edition description:||Mini Edition|
|Product dimensions:||5.00(w) x 6.58(h) x 0.48(d)|