Voluminous first monograph on the life and work of the famous Art Deco stylist
|Publication year oldest item:||1984|
|Author/ Illustrator:||Florence Camard|
|Book Title:||Ruhlmann, Master of Art Deco|
|Number of Books:||1|
|Publisher:||Harry N. Abrams|
|Number of Pages:||312|
Florence Camard - Ruhlmann, Master of Art Deco - New York, Harry N.Abrams, 1984 - first US edition - 312 pp. - hardcover with dust jacket - 23 × 31 cm
Condition: good, very good, spine of dust jacket slightly discoloured.
Émile-Jacques Ruhlmann (Paris, 28 August 1879 - 15 November 1933), also often referred to as “Jacques-Émile”, was a French furniture designer and interior architect. He was world-famous for his elegant Art Deco furniture.
He always had his designs built by master craftsmen and was very demanding. In 1912 he opened a workshop in the Rue de Lisbonne.
He used precious materials such as rosewood, purpleheart, ebony, sharkskin, turtle, marble and later also nickel plated steel, and he used plywood in order to design furniture with large flat surfaces which he had finished with veneer of exotic woods and inlaid work of, for example, mother-of-pearl and ivory.
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