Decorative and Fine Arts
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Publication ID: 2,
Art Deco, 1992
"This must be the most lavish book on Art Deco ever published. It may even be the last word on the movement." -Artforum

Publication ID: 22,
Art Deco Posters and Graphics, 1977
Book by Victor Arwas writing under the pseudonym of Jean Delhaye.

Publication ID: 31,
Art Deco Sculpture, 1992
An encyclopedic study of 70 sculptors, fully illustrated, with biographies of the artists and list of editors/foundries, with marks. Fully illustrated in colour.

Publication ID: 19,
Art Deco Sculpture - Chryselephantine Statuettes of the Twenties and Thirties, 1975
The first of several books by Victor Arwas on this subject.

Publication ID: 34,
Art Deco Sculpture, From Root to Flourishing, 2008
Volume one of an extensively illustrated book on the splendid M. Okroyan collection of bronze and ivories published in English and Russian in Moscow, with an introduction by Victor Arwas

Publication ID: 6,
Art Nouveau - The French Aesthetic, 2002
The most complete work on all aspects of the style in France, with a witty text lavishly illustrated in full colour.

Publication ID: 3,
Art Nouveau from Mackintosh to Liberty - The Birth of a Style, 2000
Tracing the development of style in the crafts and in the arts, illustrating and discussing some of the creative heights achieved in jewellery,silver, enamelling, sculpture and other crafts which led French critics to call the movement 'The English Style'

Publication ID: 20,
Art Nouveau Posters and Graphics, 1977
Volume written by Victor Arwas under the pseudonym 'Roger Sainton'.

Publication ID: 21,
Belle Epoque Posters and Graphics, 1978
Well-illustrated studies of 9 artists: Tissot, Helleu, Legrand, Chéret, Steinlen, Robbe, Chahine, Lunois and Toulouse-Lautrec

Publication ID: 32,
Glass - Art Nouveau to Art Deco, 1977
This book has become the standard work on the art glass produced in Europe and the United States during this most innovative period.
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