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Art for Everyday : The New Craft Movement

Conway, Patricia

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ISBN 10: 0517573814 / ISBN 13: 9780517573815
Edité par New York, NY, U.S.A.: Crown Publishing Group, 1990, New York, NY, U.S.A., 1990
Etat : Fine Couverture rigide
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Hard Cover. Fine/Near Fine. Stated First Edition. 10 x 10". Peach cloth with titles stamped in white on spine; pictorial endpapers feature a design of leaves in green on a white background. Jacket features color photo of a detail of a "snake table," with titles in yellow and white. Previous owner's name in ink on FFEP, barely visible, else a perfect copy, appears unread, with a clean, tight interior. Jacket has general light edgewear, one small nick to top of rear panel, some light scuffs and very light indentations (barely noticeable unless you look for them), but is intact, with intact price, good color and gloss. This beautiful book focuses on 20th-century crafts artists whose work represents a new breed. Includes works of architecture, glass, tile, metal, and furniture. Traces the American Arts & Crafts Movement, then looks at contemporary design and craft, abundantly illustrated with the work of many artists and artisans. 264 pages, index, directory of craft galleries and organizations. Abundantly illustrated with color and B&W photographs, many by Jon Jensen. A very nice copy, scarce in the U.S. Size: 10 x 10". N° de réf. du libraire 001319

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Titre : Art for Everyday : The New Craft Movement

Éditeur : New York, NY, U.S.A.: Crown Publishing Group, 1990, New York, NY, U.S.A.

Date d'édition : 1990

Reliure : Hard Cover

Etat du livre :Fine

Etat de la jaquette : Near Fine

Edition : Stated First Edition.

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From dust jacket notes: "The crafts artists whose work is shown here represent a new breed. Concerned not primarily with the expression of material and natural form as were their predecessors, these crafts artists are direct descendants of the Arts and Crafts movement that shaped the early part of this century. Their ethos is the unifying moral and artistic force of craft and the reconnection of that force with the everyday. These artists, working in wood, glass, metal, and tile, come to their craft with formal backgrounds in fine arts, architecture, industrial design, even psychology and theology. They work in a dazzling array of styles that draw from historical work, folk art, modern painting, architecture, and high technology, as well as the traditions and techniques of fine craftsmanship...."

From Library Journal:

This book documents the work of a group of contemporary craft artists seen as descending from the Arts and Crafts movement of the late 19th and early 20th centuries. An initial survey of the arts and crafts tradition moves from the turn-of-the-century work of Stanford White and Louis Comfort Tiffany to such giants as Frank Lloyd Wright, Charles Sumner Greene, and Henry Mather Greene. An extensive middle section provides examples of many craft styles of furniture and sculpture as they have been incorporated into the overall design and decoration of contemporary homes and offices. A final section introduces the remarkable work of over 30 individual craft artists, such as Ray King, Elizabeth MacDonald, Albert Paley, and Judy Kensley McKie, working with glass, tile, metal, and furniture. Throughout, the artists' work is well illustrated by over 300 color photographs. A directory of craft galleries and organizations across the country is an excellent supplement. Recommended for specialists and for the general reader.
- Margaret Jean Owens, Santa Ana P.L., Cal.
Copyright 1991 Reed Business Information, Inc.

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