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Art Deco.
by [Art Deco] Arwas, Victor.

Publisher Information:
Harry N. Abrams, New York: 1992.

A Fine copy in a Fine unclipped dust jacket. This exhaustive 316 page study of the Art Deco movement contains 436 illustrations, including 339 plates in color. Art Deco was one of the major decorative styles in the 1920s that most effectively expressed the opulence and extravagance of Paris at that time. The style embraced every area of the decorative arts including furniture, jewelry, painting and graphics, bookbinding, glass and ceramics. Features 436 illustrations including 339 plates in full color.

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Edition: First Revised & Expanded Printing.
ISBN: 0810919265
Book Id: 21893

Price: $150.00

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