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eBook Art Deco Interiors ePub

by Maurice Dufrene

  • ISBN: 1851491198
  • Category: Antiques and Collectibles
  • Subcategory: Hobby
  • Author: Maurice Dufrene
  • Language: English
  • Publisher: Antique Collectors Club Dist (June 1, 1990)
  • Pages: 224
  • ePub book: 1404 kb
  • Fb2 book: 1695 kb
  • Other: txt lit doc mbr
  • Rating: 4.2
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Art Deco Interiors Hardcover – June 1, 1990. by Maurice Dufrene (Author). Alastair Duncan is a leading authority on the Art Deco style and has written many books, catalogues and magazine articles on the subject.

Art Deco Interiors Hardcover – June 1, 1990.

Rose Uniacke Deco Interiors Art Deco Posters Parking Space Art Deco Furniture Club Chairs Art Deco Fashion Interior . Petit Salon by Maurice Dufrene.

A Pair of Art Deco Club Armchairs In the manner of Maurice Dufrene (1876 - 1955). Robert Louis Kowalski. Une Ambassade Francaise.

Table and chairs by Maurice Dufrene and carpet by Paul Follot at the 1912 .

Table and chairs by Maurice Dufrene and carpet by Paul Follot at the 1912 Salon des artistes décorateurs. Art Deco armchair made for art collector Jacques Doucet (1912–13). Display of early Art Deco furnishings by the Atelier français at the 1913 Salon d'Automne from Art et décoration magazine (1914). At its birth between 1910 and 1914, Art Deco was an explosion of colors, featuring bright and often clashing hues, frequently in floral designs, presented in furniture upholstery, carpets, screens, wallpaper and fabrics.

Authentic art deco interiors from the 1925 paris . Published by: Antique Collectors' Club, Suffolk, England, 2002. Lavishly illustrated with photographs

AUTHENTIC ART DECO INTERIORS FROM THE 1925 PARIS EXHIBITION, by Maurice Dufrene - 2002. Hardback is overall in VERY GOOD++ condition with VERY GOOD++ DJ. ISBN: 1851491198. Volume displays minimal overall wear to covers and interior. Covers feature text in gilt on front. Front board exhibits a slight bump to upper edge. Lavishly illustrated with photographs. AS IS! Please see photos.

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Interesting interior decoration study project drawing attributed to Maurice Dufrene Studio. Featuring the interior decoration for a typical 1930/40s French upper class living room. No visible signature or mark (please note we have not removed the drawing from its original frame to check possible inscription at the back). Original carved wood frame with glass protection.

This classic work reproduces duotone plates from original volumes first published in 1926 to illustrate the rooms furnished for the 1925 Paris Exposition des Arts D,coratifs which launched the Art Deco movement. The rooms display a treasure trove of original features, including carpets, lighting, wall hangings and classic quality furniture of the period. Among the interiors illustrated are grand reception rooms, bedrooms and boudoirs, artists studios, dining rooms, hallways and a kitchen.

Art Deco design is a modern re-interpretation of classicism: pieces in this style are symmetrical, rectilinear and .

Art Deco design is a modern re-interpretation of classicism: pieces in this style are symmetrical, rectilinear and clean-lined. Art Deco furniture carving and ornament is relatively subdued; the look is pared-down and streamlined; wood is detailed with refined geometric shapes - spheres, trapezoids, chevrons. His peers included glass designer René Lalique; the elegant interior designer Jules Leleu; Maurice Dufrène (neoclassical fluted chair and table legs are a keynote of his work); Paul Follot (signature details include gilt- and silver-leafing); the team of Süe et Mare (both were painters, and created sensuous pieces with curving, Rococo-esque elements); and André Groult.

Art Deco Bureau, Waterfall Modern, 1934. Chicago World’s Fail of 1933 – A Century of Progress – Interiors of the 11 model homes displayed at the fair. Maurice Dufrene designed this desk, chair and bookcase for exhibition at the 1925 Paris Exposition. It was called Goncourt" and was produced by the design workshop La Matrise" (where he was artistic director) of the French department store Les Galeries Lafayette. All three pieces are made of oak and mahogany and decorated with ebony and purple heart wood. New York Worlds Fair of 1939 – Firestone Building Trylon and Perisphere in background. New York Worlds Fair of 1939 – Schaefer Center Restaurant.

This classic work reproduces duotone plates from original volumes first published in 1926 to illustrate the rooms furnished for the 1925 Paris Exposition des Arts D,coratifs which launched the Art Deco movement. The rooms display a treasure trove of original features, including carpets, lighting, wall hangings and classic quality furniture of the period. Among the interiors illustrated are grand reception rooms, bedrooms and boudoirs, artists studios, dining rooms, hallways and a kitchen. Alastair Duncan's scholarly introduction and the detailed documentary captions, which identify the designers, architects and decorators, provide a unique insight into the decorative style of this important period. The book is an essential acquisition for all modern designers, decorators, home furnishers and collectors.