The unity of art and life was the goal of the Art Nouveau movement, the prelude to modernity. On the basis of shared ideas, its adherents strove for a homogenous style, which nonetheless took on manifold variations in its expression. Dr. Gabriele Fahr-Becker explores this artistic movement in architecture, interior decor, furniture design, silver and gold smithery, ceramics and glasswork, graphic arts and painting.
Date Published: 1997
Book Condition: Very good large format heavy hardcover in a very good dust jacket showing minor cover edge wear and bumping to corners of boards