EILEEN GRAY, Design and Architecture 1878 - 1976

By: Philippe Garner

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EILEEN GRAY, Design and Architecture 1878 - 1976 by Philippe Garner
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Benedikt Taschen, Hohenzollernring, 1993. softcover, 11 7/8" x 8 7/8. Some printing offset to title page. Some pencil underlining to English text. Ours is an ex-library copy in transparent protective covering, with usual stamps, stickers, barcode (non-intrusive). Book in VERY GOOD condition. Text in three languages (English, German, French). Colour half-title page ('Lacquer Screen' - detail, 1914, signed, dated by Eileen Gray), photographic portrait as frontispiece (E.G, 1926), two-colour title-page, 90 colour photographs, 75 b&w photos, 33 colour art reproductions, 8 b&w drawings, bibliography. Eileen Gray was a talented designer and architect, acclaimed for her lacquer works as an artist, applauded for her designs of tables, cabinets, chairs, frames, lamps and carpets, acknowledged for the seminal spirit in her housing designs. This book analyses and amply illustrates the full range of her furniture, interiors and completed architectural projects. A beautiful tribute to the individuality of genious.

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