1934 Frederick Kiesler ARTS & DECORATION Paul FRANKL Gilbert ROHDE Marcel BREUER

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Seller: Top-Rated Seller modernism101 (8,613) 100%, Location: Shreveport, Louisiana, Ships to: Worldwide, Item: 312061852942 ARTS AND DECORATION: June 1934 Spotlighted Modernists include Raymond Loewy, Contempora, Inc., Joseph Mullen, Howe and Lescaze, Frederick J. Kiesler, Russel Wright, Robert Locher, Joseph Aronson, Gilbert Rohde, Arundell Clarke, Paul Wiener, Hammond Kroll, Marcel Breuer, Mies van der Rohe, the Halle workshop, Hood and Fouilhoux, Paul Frankl and Leo J. Uris 64 pages of illustrated articles and period advertisements John Hanrahan [Publisher]: ARTS AND DECORATION. New York City: Arts and Decoration Publishing Co., Inc., 1934 [May 1934]. First edition. A very good vintage magazine with thick printed wrappers and minor shelf wear. Wrappers are slightly soiled and smudged. Interior unmarked and very clean. Out-of-print. Cover design by Jerry Farnsworth. 10 x 14 vintage magazine with 64 pages of illustrated articles and period advertisements. Contents Brides Beware: an examination of Modern with many examples including work by Raymond Loewy, Contempora, Inc., Joseph Mullen, Howe and Lescaze, Frederick J. Kiesler, Russel Wright, Robert Locher and Shreve, Lamb and Harmon among others. Aristocratic China Wines of Italy by C. J. Masseck Modernists' Dilemma: furniture by Joseph Aronson, Gilbert Rohde for Thonet, Frederick Kiesler, Arundell Clarke, Paul Wiener and Hammond Kroll among others. A Dowager's Advice Easterners Move West: two homes with work by Boardman Robinson, David Siqueiros and Adrian. All Details Complete by Rebecca Stevenson Brownstone into Chromium: includes furniture by Marcel Breuer and Mies van der Rohe and lighting by the Halle workshop The First Wine Cellar by William B. Powell At Home After September First Upstairs in a Museum: The New York Apartment of Mrs. Juliana Force, Director of the Whitney Museum Swimming on the Lawn: includes a pool design by Hood and Fouilhoux Anachronistic Embassy Sun Spots: outdoor furniture by Paul Frankl and Leo J. Uris A Few Clues to Values in Furniture by John Ryan Accessories for the Sybaritic Motorist It's a New Invention by Pauline de Senez If You Were in New York New in Lighting: includes lighting from Lurelle Guild for Chase Brass and Copper Co. What to Give Bathroom Accessories Arts and Decoration Index to Volume XL “Arts and Decoration” promulgated a progressive design approach (and style) unique to the United States during the early Thirties, called Streamline. Unlike the elegant austerity of the Bauhaus, where economy and simplicity were paramount, Streamline was a uniquely American futuristic mannerism based on sleek aerodynamic design born of science and technology. Planes, trains and cars were given the swooped-back appearance that both symbolized and physically accelerated speed. Consequently, type and image were designed to echo that sensibility, the result being that the airbrush became the medium of choice and all futuristic traits, be they practical or symbolic, were encouraged. The clarion call was to "Make it Modern" -- and "it " was anything that could be designed. Please visit my Ebay store for an excellent and ever-changing selection of rare and out-of-print design books and periodicals covering all aspects of 20th-century visual culture. I offer shipping discounts for multiple purchases. Please contact me for details. Payment due within 3 days of purchase. Condition: Please review images and description for details

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