Art Deco - Art - Design MODERNISM Books
These are some of our favorite books about art deco, art and design. We hope you will like this new category.
Ric Emmett wrote this book as a sequel to his first Gomo book: The Adventures of Gomo the Rubber Duck which was published in 2012. Starting Gomo for President in 2012, he set it aside while he finished his book on Amercian Art Deco Furniture which was published in 2015. All the notes he made for this book as well as what photos went with what text were very clearly marked by Ric so both Iza Emmett and Amanda MacMaster were able to bring the book to life! As close as possible to how Ric would have written it!!! Gomo the Rubber Duck is asked to run for President of Ducklandia...he has to think about it!!! Read what happens as Gomo tries do win the election!! --- great teaching tool about the importance of the each vote!! 24 pages in full color!! Soft Cover but special paper to withstand child use!! The book sells for $ 12.99 including shipping plus 7% sales tax if you purchase in Florida: Just click on this link to buy your copy!!! OR JUST E-MAIL email@example.com or call 305-798-0308 and I'll accept your payment over the phone!!! Thanks!!
Modernism Gallery American Art Deco Furniture by Ric Emmett AS FEATURED IN THE SUMMER ISSUE OF MODERN MAGAZINE After FOUR years of research and writing this book has become a REALITY!!! It has become a part of the permanent collection in the Art & Design Libraries in many museums and universities. 200 copies were sold in the pre-publication offer!!! The book; Five hundred and sixty-nine pages of color pictures (none previously published), descriptions and period research has become the "bible" on the subject. It has chapters on Paul Frankl, Donald Deskey, Gilbert Rohde, Kem Weber and nineteen other American designers of the Art Deco period. The book includes chapters on manufacturers, a useful bibliography and a chapter showing tags, marks and labels. American Art Deco Furniture is published in an edition of only 1000. Each book is numbered. There will be NO second edition or any other printing or e-book publication. You can see the Books & Books Live streaming event here: http://livestream.com/uainmedia/Emmett "Ric Emmet's colossal achievement, an authoritative 567-page book documenting American Art Deco Furniture." - Beth Dunlop, Editor MODERN MAGAZINE See Preview The book $ 250.00 plus local sales taxes if applicable. Click on the button below to purchase your copy!!! or You can send a check for $ 250.00 (Florida Sales Tax add 7 %), along with your address to: Art Deco Pros., Inc. 770 Ponce de Leon Blvd., # 301 Coral Gables, FL 33146. Shipping included. Iza Emmett (305) 442-8743
Paintings, Drawings and Prints - Work of the 1990s. Profusely illustrated. By Charles Wylie, published by the Dallas Museum of Art in conjunction with an Exhibition held from February 14 to April 25, 1999, the Hirshhorn Muesum and Sculpture Garden, Smithsonian Institution, Washington DC., from May 27 to September 6, 1999, the Miami Art Museum from December 17, 1999 to March 5, 2000; and the Carnegie Museum of Art, Pittsbrugh, from May 20 to August 13, 2000. Hardcover. Price: $ 25.00
Harper and Brothers Publishers, NY. Drawings by Jacqueline Heyman, Naomi Breen and Walter E. Hyde. Photographs (except those received from artists, manufacturers, etc.) by Howard H. Beauttie and Peter Basch. 1948. First edition H-X. 64 plates with 147 illustrations. International survey, organized in four sections: Rebellion in England (on the Arts and Crafts Movement in Britain); Art Nouveau; Modern Becomes Good Art in Europe (survey of modern design in Germany, France, Italy, Holland, Belgium, Austria, England, Sweden, Finland, Denmark and Norway); and The United States: The Development of Applied and Industrial Design; bibliography. One of the earliest attempts at a comprehensive account of twentieth-century design and decorative arts, including furniture, lamps, ceramics, glass, metalwork, textiles, rugs, and wallpaper. Designers include Russel Wright, Winold Reiss, Marianne Strengell, Paul Frankl and more. Cello wrapped DJ. Cover is ripped in upper lefthand corner.
A Bernier Book, Renyal & Co., In association with William Morrow and Co. Selective eye series: Pictures and texts chosen from L'oeil. The international Art Review. Edited by Georges and Rosamond Bernier. The texts were originally printed in French and are given in English for the first time. 47 plates in full color. 210 illustrations in b/w. 185 pages. Some markings on hardcover. Damage to the corners (edge wear and tear). Houses and apartments of leading couturiers, interior decorators, painters and the rich and famous include David Hicks, Marc Bohan and Karl Lagerfeld - many decorated by Australian-born decorator Jon Bannenberg.
Cello DJ included. Some markings and discoloration. "The mark of approval" gold sticker on first blank page. The MacMillan Company, NY. 1965. Second printing. Frontispiece: Arthur Witthoefft (Architect), Eleanor Witthoefft (Designer). Book designed by Jacqueline Brunet. A unique review in pictures and text of the best in contemporary interior design. Contemporary styles from the 50s and 60s. Dozens of photos (full color and b/w). A documentation and evaluation of the changes that have taken place in America since WWII and their effect on the most personal and recognizable level--the home.
DJ included (worn due to age, small creases and tears). Marks on DJ. Charles Scribner's Sons, NY (1929). Featuring the history of the crafts and the various metals, illustrated, fascinating look at what we have been able to do with metal as an architectural and art form.
With an introduction by Elizabeth Gordon, Editor of House Beautiful Magazine. Hawthorn Books, Inc. (1958). First edition. Over 150 color photos, as well as 25 floor plans. This collection features more than one hundred and fifty true-to-life color photographs and is enhanced with twenty-five floor plans"; 32 featured homes were selected as "excellent examples of what contemporary American architecture is. " DJ included (worn due to age, creases, small tears on edges). Cloth on front cover is damaged on corners. Price tag in inside flap of DJ. Foxing. Price written with pencil on first blank page with stain.
The Viking Press, NY (1971). SBN: 670-42890-0. 208 pages in color. Coffee table sized book. DJ included (markings and creases, worn due to age). 1960's/1970's modern interior design. Includes designs by Charles Eames, Thonet, Joe Colombo and more...Some foxing. Printed in Great Britain.
Publisher: John Wiley & Sons, Inc. (1965). The Pennsylvania State University. Some scuff marks on cover. Some foxing. Previous owner's name written on inside of cover. Presents the basic principles of design, as well as offers a brief history of design so you can apply them to interior spaces.
Volume 4. Number 4. Incorporating "The Studio" of London. Editor: Lee Simonson. Managing Editor: Douglas Haskell. English Editor: C.G. Holme. April 1929. Markings on covers. Small tear in binding of front cover. Published monthly by Albert and Charles Boni, Inc.
DJ included (tears and some stains). Green cloth hardcover with gilt lettering on the spine. Walker and Company, NY (1969). B/w and color illustrations. The first comprehensive record of the decorative applied arts during the 1920s. Over 200 illustrations with 41 in color
Edited by J.E. Schuler. Introduction by Cathrin Seifert. With text by Franz Bauer. Former library book (stamp from Mid-Columbia Regional Library on title page). Stamps on first blank page (DISCARD and Officially Noted). Foxing. Tape and stickers on front cover. Paper on inside cover is torn. Translation of Original German Edition (1960). Architectural Book Publishing Company, Inc. Stamp on title page (Purchased from...). Number stamp on top of table of contents page. Stamps and writing on pages when book is closed
DJ included. Some tears, worn due to age. Price in pencil on first blank page. Copyright year written in pen on title page. Harcourt, Brace and Company (1927). An important study of the newest trends in the decorative arts, architecture and design, with emphasis on the new art-Art Deco. Designers include: Winold Reiss, Paul Zimmerman, Paul Frankl and more..
The Cheneys were among the first to closely examine the historical influences and aesthetic impact of streamlined shapes and curvilinear geometry in the fields of industrial design, architecture, and decoration all before the popularization of the term "Art Deco." Foxing and slight water damage. Some markings on cover. Acanthus Press, 1992 (reprint). ISBN: 0-926494-00-7. Black cloth cover. Title stamped in silver. 307 pages, 106 b/w plates. Includes references to the work of Alexander Archipenko, Egmont Arens, Marcel Breuer, and more..
Over 4,000 b/w pictures on architecture and city planning, painting, Indian arts and artifacts, graphic arts, photography, theater, decorative arts, sculpture, and visual communications. 80,000 words of text, 18 essays analyzing the creative arts of our nation from pre-colonial times to publication. DJ included (foxing, ripped along spine and edges, stains). Based on a collection of color slides assembled by the University of Georgia under a grant by Carnegie Corporation of New York. University of Georgia Press, Athens (1960). Works by Marcel Breuer, Timothy Dwight and more..
DJ included (foxing and small stains). Foxing on title page, as well as on last two pages. Color photographs throughout. With a comprehensive introduction, Essential Art Deco looks in detail at all aspects of the movement, from architecture to decorative arts, with detailed commentary on 120 works. Some of these are considered major pieces, others are less well known, but they are essential to the philosophy of the Art Deco movement. Publisher: Dempsey Parr, 2000. Works by: Otto Poertzel, George Barbier, Rene Lalique, Georgia O'Keeffe, Erte and more...
New York and London: Peebles Press, 1977. Book. Very Good. Hardcovers. Qto. 224 pages, illustrated with large b+w plates. Hardback. Price: $ 25.00
A fold out monograph, 4 pages. Price: $ 10.00
This is a lavishly illustrated book. Written by Alastair Duncan and published by Thames & Hudson in 1984. 312 Illustrations, 68 in color. 170 Pages. Softcover. The book has been used but it is in excellent condition. Price: $ 25.00
This catalogue in French has some great photographs and descripions. Photos by Catala Roca, Antonio Orsaez and Maremadel. Printed in 1986. 35 Pages. Softcover. Price: $ 50.00
Edited by Benedikt Taschen...two volumes...excellent reference work. New. Price: $ 70.00
An excellent reference book! Wifredo Lam by Max-Pol Fouchet published by Ediciones Poligrafa, S.A., Barcelona, Spain. A great monograph! The jacket has some small tears but no missing paper, inside is perfect. Price: $ 75.00
This very important brochure was issued to introduce the French Liner NORMANDIE! Edited by L'Atlantique and published in France. The brochure is in English and includes lots of interior photographos of the great designs by Domin (Dominique), Proux, Chevalier, Pascaud, etc. and so on. A great resource! Price: $ 750.00
The Official Magazine published by the General Committee of the Fair. Published in France, NO. 6, October 1936. In ENGLISH!!! Describes the pavillions and some great photos. 20 Pages plus 4 pages of full page ads by the Cie. Generale Transatlantique, Peugeot, L. Van Malderen, a paint company and French Aluminum. Book is showing age but no tears and in very good condition. The magazine was published by the French Government. Price: $ 25.00
This is the original brochure for H.M.S. QUEEN MARY which was launched on September 26, 1934 by Her Majesty Queen Mary, who was accompanied by His late Majesty King George V and His Majesty King Edward VIII, Prince of Wales. An introduction written by H.M. Tomlinson and containing incredible photographs as well as loose leaves with photographs. Some water damage at the bottom of the pages. Price: $ 250.00
"The Statliest Ship Now in Being" as described by His Majesty King George V. This is the passenger brochure welcoming Mr. & Mrs. Head to the cruise, signed by H. P. Borer, the general passenger manager and dated Apri 27, 1936. Has a second smaller brochure and is of course accompanied by the letter. Great illustrations. It has wear and some loss to the gold on the front. Price: $ 250.00
John LaFarge was an American Renaissance man. He painted, invented a radical new style of illustration, created extraordinary decorative schemes for some of the country's most impressive churches and mansions and revolutionized the art of stained glass. This book is a series of essays by people interested in LaFarge including Henry Adams, curator of the Nelson-Atkins Museum of Art in Kansas City, James Yarnall, director of the LaFarge catalog raisonne project at Yale University and others. This hardcover copy published in 1987 by the Carnegie Musum of Art, Pittsburgh and the Smithsonian Institution. Beautifully illustrated. Price: $ 50.00
A new copy of this great book about Frank Lloyd Wright by Diane Maddex. Published by Barnes & Noble Books in 2001. Price: $ 15.00
A great reference book! Miro's Posters by J. Corredor-Matheos. Published in Spain originally by Ediciones Poligrafa, S.A. with thanks to Galerie Maeght. This English edition published by Chartwell Books, Inc. and translated by Anita Roberts. Price: $ 75.00
An excellent set of reference books published by Abage Publishers. Stated 1st Edition copyright by Harold Berman, 1980. Volumes 1 - 4, all covered in Mylar and in very good condition. Price: $ 400.00 the set
This is a near mint copy of CHIPARUS by Alberto Shayo. It is signed and dedicated by the author and dated Miami, January '94 in the dedication. Abbeville Press Publishers. First Edition 1993. Price: $ 600.00
A very nice paperback book about Russel Wright by William J. Hennesey. Published by the MIT Press in 1983 this is a second printing done in 1985. Another duplicate from our library. Price: $ 15.00
This great catalog was from an exhibition at the Galerie du Luxembourg in 1973. Paperback. Great Photographs. In French. This is a used copy but in great condition. A duplicate from our library. Price: $ 25.00
A very good copy of this important book titled JEAN-MICHEL FRANK by Adolphe Chanaux about one of the premier French art deco designers. The book is in French with English translation. 263 pages. 1st Edition published by Editions du Regard, Paris in 1980. The book is designed by Andree Putnam and the photographs by Jacques Boulay. Great photographs of interiors and his LaRouche workshop. History and great design. The book has some foxing due to its age but otherwise in great condition. Price: $ 550.00
Decorateurs Toulousains (1890 - 1970) by Sophie Vinet with a Preface by Felix Marcilhac. This book is in French, published by Les Editions de l'Amateur in 2007. Beautifully illustrated with fine examples of the work of Andre and Antoine Arbus, Georges and Maurice Alet, Vadim Androusov, Paul Balard, Ary Bitter, Francois Gauzi, Paul Gervais, ETc and so on.....some of the BEST DESIGNERS of 20th Century Decorative Arts. 191 Pages. Hardcover. SOLD - THANK YOU!
Published in 1993 by Guggenheim Museum, New York. Printed in Germany by Cantz. Size: 4to. 408 pages, 350 full-color reproductions, Chronology, Bibliography, Index of Reproductions. "This comprehensive monograph, published on the occasion of a major retrospective organized at the Guggenheim Museum by Diane Waldman, the museum's Deputy Director and Senior Curator, is the definitive investigation of Lichtenstein's painting and sculpture from the 1950s through the present, produced with the full cooperation of the artist." ISBN: 0892071087. The hardcover edition was distributed by Rizzoli International Publications, Inc., New York. Price: $ 100.00