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by Torsten Brohan,Martin Eidelberg,Cooper-Hewitt Museum,Angela Brohan

eBook Glass of the Avant-Garde: Cristal de Vanguardia download ISBN: 3791325116
Author: Torsten Brohan,Martin Eidelberg,Cooper-Hewitt Museum,Angela Brohan
Publisher: Prestel Pub; Bilingual edition (July 1, 2001)
Language: English Spanish
Pages: 192
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by Torsten Brohan and Martin Eidelberg. The collective output of the Middle European centres of glass production demonstrates a thoroughly modern approach to the craft.

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Glass of the Avant-Garde book. Torsten Brohan, Martin Eidelberg. The Torsten Brohan Collection, acquired in toto by the Museo Nacional de Artes Decorativas, Madrid, in 1999, contains some of the finest examples of early modern glass in the world.

Glass of the Avant-Guarde The Torsten Brohan Collection from the Museo Nacional de Artes Decorativas Madrid Authored by Torsten Brohan-Martin Eidelberg Published by Prestel Page 85. Incollect Reference Number.

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Glass of the avant-garde'. WINSHIP. It marks first public showing of the Torsten Brohan glass collection acquired in 1999 by the National Museum of Decorative Arts in Madrid, which has sent it on tour while building a special wing to house it. Titled "Glass of the Avant-Garde: from Vienna Succession to the Bauhaus," the exhibition pays tribute to master glassmakers whose names are virtually unknown to Americans except for specialists in the decorative arts and glass collectors. Yet some of the earliest work, especially iridescent glass, was inspired by the glasswork of Louis Comfort Tiffany in New York.

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The collective output of the Middle European centres of glass production demonstrates a thoroughly modern approach to the craft. About Torsten Brohan. Martin Eidelberg, Professor für Kunstgeschichte an der Rutgers Universität, New Jersey, Forschungen und Publikationen zum Jugendstil und Art Deco sowie zur französischen Malerei des 18. Jahrhunderts.

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Glass of the Avant-Garde: From Vienna Secession to Bauhaus. This beautifully illustrated volume documents more than 200 objects in the Torsten Brohan Collection from the Museo Nacional de Artes Decorativas, Madrid. These examples ofAustrian, Bohemian and German glass are unparalleled in their craftsmanship. The book chronicles the use of ornament, in a wide variety of styles and techniques, by early 20th-century designers. Includes a table of marks.

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Illustrator: Brohan, Angela. Book Condition: Fine. Dust Jacket Condition: Near Fine. Synopsis: The Torsten Brohan Collection, acquired in toto by the Museo Nacional de Artes Decorativas, Madrid, in 1999, contains some of the finest examples of early modern glass in the world. This beautifully illustrated volume documents more than 200 objects from Brohan's comprehensive collection of Austrian, Bohemian, and German glass. From the Publisher: The collective output of the Middle European centers of glass production demonstrates a thoroughly modern approach to the craft.

The collective output of the Middle European centres of glass production demonstrates a thoroughly modern approach to the craft. While most other histories of modernism focus on the primacy of pure form, this work chronicles the use of ornament, in a wide variety of styles and techniques, by early 20th century designers. Some of the finest examples of early modern glass in the world feature in this illustrated volume featuring over 200 objects from Brohan's collection of Austrian, Bohemian, and German glass.