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by Marbeth Schon


This beautifully written new book explores the work of 175 of the most important American modernist artist jewelers through a comprehensive text and over 540 . has been added to your Cart.

This beautifully written new book explores the work of 175 of the most important American modernist artist jewelers through a comprehensive text and over 540 color and 35 black and white photos. Beginning with the streamlining of Art Moderne.

Beginning with the streamlining of Art Moderne, modernist jewelers mirrored the .

Beginning with the streamlining of Art Moderne, modernist jewelers mirrored the consciousness of their age. They were. This beautifully written new book explores the work of 175 of the most important American modernist artist jewelers through a comprehensive text and over 540 color and 35 black and white photos. The modernist metalsmiths of the 1930s through 1960s laid the groundwork for the enormous expansion of metalsmithing in the 1970s and ’80s.

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They comprise the modernist movement of wearable art directly and through their influence to the next generations. Schiffer Book for Collectors. Modernist Jewelry 1930-1960.

This beautifully written new book explores the work of 175 of the most important American modernist artist jewelers through a comprehensive text and over 540 color and 35 black and white photos

This beautifully written new book explores the work of 175 of the most important American modernist artist jewelers through a comprehensive text and over 540 color and 35 black and white photos. Beginning with the streamlining of Art Moderne, modernist jewelers mirrored the consciousness of their age. They were free thinkersaartists who broke away from the mainstream of jewelry design and looked to the fine arts for inspiration; they were Surrealists, Cubists, and Abstract Expressionists functioning as sculptors in small scale, painters in enamels, and architects in miniature.

Written by Marbeth Schon she captures everything we have a need to know about the 30 year period she covers. This book is in new, excellent condition

Written by Marbeth Schon she captures everything we have a need to know about the 30 year period she covers. This book is in new, excellent condition. That Was Then Antiques, Jewelry, and Collectibles. Modernist Jewelry 1930-1960: The Wearable Art Movement Hardcover Book. Over 2000 items sold! FREE Shipping on any item under 1 pound!

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Home Marbeth Schon Modernist Jewelry, 1930-1960, The Wearable Art Movement. Modernist Jewelry, 1930-1960, The Wearable Art Movement. Published by Schiffler Publishing Ltd, Atglen, PA,, 2004. Condition: Fine Hardcover. From Olana Gallery (Brewster, NY, . Our reputation for finding books and catalogs in the fine and decorative American arts is legendary. More About Me: The only book dealer to be thanked in the text of a art catalog or book.

In Modernist Jewelry 1930-1960: The Wearable Art Movement (2004), author Marbeth Schon explores unique and innovative wearable art objects created by surrealists, cubists, abstract expressionists, and other modernist artists working in the middle decades of the 20th century. Not all garments created as wearable art are made from traditional fibers or fabrics, and not all such artworks are meant for ordinary, practical use.

Modernist Jewelry 1930-1960 Marbeth Schon Schiffer 9780764320200 : This beautifully written new . Together, the artists at these important events comprise the modernist movement of wearable art directly and through their influence on the subsequent generations.

Modernist Jewelry 1930-1960 Marbeth Schon Schiffer 9780764320200 : This beautifully written new book explores the work of 175 of the most important American modernist artist jewelers through . This important book will stand as the primary reference to art jewelry of the mid-20th century and be consulted by all who want to understand the innovations it embraces. Дополнительное описание

Publisher: Schiffer Publishing. Author: Marbeth Schon. Street Date: March 31, 2004.

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This beautifully written new book explores the work of 175 of the most important American modernist artist jewelers through a comprehensive text and over 540 color and 35 black and white photos. Beginning with the streamlining of Art Moderne, modernist jewelers mirrored the consciousness of their age. They were free thinkers--artists who broke away from the mainstream of jewelry design and looked to the fine arts for inspiration; they were Surrealists, Cubists, and Abstract Expressionists functioning as sculptors in small scale, painters in enamels, and architects in miniature. The modernist metalsmiths of the 1930s through 1960s laid the groundwork for the enormous expansion of metalsmithing in the 1970s and '80s. These creative jewelers produced personal designs as they absorbed the changes happening in the world around them. The artists' stories and jewelry are arranged chronologically and linked to four pivotal exhibitions held at the Museum of Modern Art, New York City, in 1946; the Walker Art Center in Minneapolis, in 1948 and 1955; and an exhibition on paper in 1959. Together, the artists at these important events comprise the modernist movement of wearable art directly and through their influence on the subsequent generations. This important book will stand as the primary reference to art jewelry of the mid-20th century and be consulted by all who want to understand the innovations it embraces.
Thozius
Marbeth has the unique combination of an artistic eye, personal research knowledge and market experience that makes this book such a treasure. If you love Modernist Jewelry, this book will re-kindle your passion... and if you are not familiar with it, this book will light your fire! As a dealer and collector, I own hundreds of books on jewelry, and this is one of my top-10 favorites. Buy it now and enjoy it for years to come.
Malodora
love the book
Wenaiand
I was expecting more from this book. I thought some of the images were poor quality (both the photo, and the print quality.) It's an unusual book, but not a really nice one unless you are simply looking for reference images and background info on a bunch of different American modernist designers. The images were really the greatest disappointment.
Ylonean
Love this book
Goldcrusher
Great book
Darkraven
The scholarship exhibited in this volume and it's companion books is exemplary and a foundation on which we will continue to build following the untimely death of the author this year. I know that this information has had a strong effect in Provincetown, Massachusetts informing and illuminating the history of the community which supported so many enterprising Greenwich Village jewelers that chose to also work on Cape Cod. We are grateful and honored to have our history so examined.

Stephen H. Borkowski, Chairman
Provincetown Historical Commission
Diredefender
Finally, we have a compendium of history, facts, photos, and values. Marbeth Schon has done the research for us, and now we can put this wonderful information to work. For collectors and dealers, this is a must have work of beauty and scholarship. The organization makes it a valuable reference source, while the photographs make it an invaluable reflection on the 'Art Movement' of 'American Modernism'.

From the well known to the obscure 'Modernist Artists', their works and their place in history has now been beautifully documented by this wonderful research author.
Modernist Jewelry, it seems as though there has never been enough information. Christie Romero's Warman Jewelry and Messengers of Modernism were great aids. The Author's online Modern Silver Magazine has provided insightful information on dozens of Modernist artists, as as her webpage.

Now we have the most complete source of information available anywhere. Studying the art, the histories, the influences, and especially the artists has finally become possible from this scholarly work. The photography is top-notch, the values are reasonable, timely, and well researched, and the writing is clear and concise. All-in-all it is simply a Masterpiece!
Modernist Jewelry 1930-1960: The Wearable Art Movement (Schiffer Book for Collectors) ebook
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