New. 2353400191. IN STOCK AND AVAILABLE FOR IMMEDIATE SHIPMENT-Flawless copy, brand new, pristine, never opened--Text in French. 388 pages; 800 color illustrations. Description: "The postwar period in France was one of teeming creativity in the decorative arts. The fruit of lengthy research, careful identification work and the painstaking combing of archives, this compendium presents a wide-ranging panorama of the French decorative arts between 1945 and 1965. Over 350 entries, alphabetically arranged, document and evaluate the contribution of designers of furniture and interiors, ceramics, gold-and silverware, lighting and fabrics, rugs and wallpapers. The text is illustrated throughout with a rich profusion of photographs of original objects, as well as advertising images from contemporary interior design magazines. In addition to the work of iconic designers such as Pol Chambost, Madeleine Castaing and Mathieu Matégot, the authors also describe the work of influential artists and designers whose legacy is less well known."
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