6 edition of Art Deco Designs in Color found in the catalog.
Art Deco Designs in Color
Charles Rahn Fry
September 1976 by Dover Pubns .
Written in English
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The book is not original but instead is based on a Dover book from (which itself was a reprint of an older French book. The disclaimer in this book says it is a new selection of prints from “Egyptian Motifs in the Art Deco Style”.
I assume that means that there were more than 31 designs in the first book/5(20). This book includes: An introduction describing the history of the Art Deco movement 46 full-color images that exemplify the Art Deco tradition 46 original black-and-white designs to color and bring to life Single-sided perforated pages that allow you to easily color and frame your finished artwork/5(6).
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Art Deco, which originated in Paris, is one of the most memorable of all design movements thanks to its modern feel and use of mathematical and geometric shapes. Oddly the actual label of 'Art Deco' was not popularized until when art historian Bevis Hillier published a.
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The term Art Deco is often applied to furniture from the s through the early s. So is the term Art Moderne. Understanding the difference between the two isn't always easy—especially since, just to add to the confusion, Art Deco was called Moderne in its own time, and today, much of what's technically Moderne is called Art : Troy Segal.