Interiors in smashing Art Deco colours

Deshairs, L.

Interieurs en couleurs. France. Exposition des Arts Décoratifs, Paris 1925.

Published 1925
Item ID 77213

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Paris, Albert Lévy, 1926. Folio (32.6 x 25.2 cm). Half-title, title page, [vii] pp. (preface and contents leaf); 50 full-colour plates. Original printed portfolio in silver and red.

Preface by the editor, the renowned French art historian Léon Deshairs (1874-1967). He was professor of art history at the École du Louvre and during the 1920's both editor-in-chief of the magazine, Art et Décoration and chief editor at the publishing house, Éditions Rieder. This colourful work shows interior designs by the foremost French Art Deco designers of the 1920's, as shown on Exposition des Arts Décoratifs in Paris, 1925, including, e.g., René Lalique, Maurice Dufrene, Marcel Damas, and Madeleine Sougez. Some, mostly minimal staining at one edge, a bit more so, but still strictly marginal in plates 41 and 43. Otherwise in excellent condition. Not in Schneider-Henn, Ornament und Dekoration.

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