Kartenlegen mit Art Deco - Wahrsagekarten

Eine Deutungshilfe

Author: Henri Chapelle,Domenik Deveraux

Publisher: BoD – Books on Demand

ISBN: 3839133343

Category:

Page: 76

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Mit diesem Buch erhalten Sie eine Einfuhrung in die faszinierende Welt der im Art-Deco-Stil der 20er und 30er Jahre gehaltenen Wahrsagekarten. Durch den klar strukturierten Aufbau des Buches und der verstandlichen Beschreibung, sollte es jedem moglich sein, einen Zugang zu dem zugegebenermassen nicht alltaglichen, aber dennoch schonen Kartendeck zu finden. Gerade das frische, farbenfrohe und leicht verspielte Aussehen der Karten, erinnert uns an die Lebensfreude und Liberalitat des Art-Deco-Stils, welche in der heutigen Zeit leider immer mehr verloren zu gehen scheinen und macht ein Arbeiten mit ihnen um so mehr zu einem Genuss. Bleibt uns nur noch Ihnen ebenso viel Freude zu wunschen, wie diese Karten bei uns erwecken. Henri Chapelle & Domenik Deveraux"

Christie's Art Deco

Author: Fiona Gallagher

Publisher: Pavilion Books, Limited

ISBN: N.A

Category: Art deco

Page: 192

View: 9139

The impact of Art Deco was felt in every sphere of the decorative arts. This volume examines one of the most important period of design in the 20th century, and relates the story of every aspect of this movement of the 1920's and 30's.

The Art Deco Style

In Household Objects, Architecture, Sculpture, Graphics, Jewelry; 468 Authentic Examples

Author: Theodore Menten

Publisher: Courier Corporation

ISBN: 048622824X

Category: Design

Page: 182

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A collection of plates representing the best works of Art Deco produced during the twenties

Who Killed Art Deco?

A Novel

Author: Chuck Barris

Publisher: Simon and Schuster

ISBN: 1416583998

Category: Fiction

Page: 256

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Art Deco Jr. is heir to a vast fortune, scion of one of America's most powerful men -- Art Deco Sr. -- though by the time we meet him in these pages, Art has fallen into a life of depravity: booze, drugs, you name it. The Deco family is almost too embarrassed to acknowledge him as their own. And by the time Art is found shot dead in his elegant Manhattan apartment, there is a long list of friends and family who may have wanted to kill him -- so the police have their work cut out for them. NYPD detectives Eddie Roach and Jackie Hallerhan are up against a wall when private investigator Jimmy Netts is called on the case by Art Deco Sr. His first case, no less! Netts teams with the NYPD (mostly because he's not exactly sure how to go about solving crimes, much less understands the procedure, and doesn't have a detective's license) to find out who killed poor Art Jr. It could be just about anyone. As a storyteller, the infamous Chuck Barris is the blackest comedian there is. As a satirist, his is a wickedly razor-sharp voice. The deadpan dialogue, investigative snafus, crime drama parody, and cast of hilarious characters in Who Killed Art Deco? bring to mind an unholy combination of Agatha Christie and the Pink Panther, with just a dash of Homicide. This is a dark and delightfully funny book from an equally, delightfully, troubled mind.

A Guide to Art Deco Style

Author: Arie van de Lemme

Publisher: N.A

ISBN: N.A

Category: Art deco

Page: 128

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Art Deco is a truly comprehensive handbook to the distinctive style of the age between 1920-40. Containing a wealth of information, and illustrated throughout, it represents some of the most intimate knowledge of some of the foremost experts.

American Art Deco

An Illustrated Survey

Author: R. L. Leonard,C. A. Glassgold

Publisher: Courier Corporation

ISBN: 0486157938

Category: Antiques & Collectibles

Page: 176

View: 8816

Over 200 black-and-white photographs and incisive commentary on one of the most popular decorative styles of the 20th century, including remarks by Lewis Mumford, Frank Lloyd Wright, Norman Bel Geddes, and Edward Steichen.

Art Deco in Shanghai

Author: N.A

Publisher: Page One Pub

ISBN: N.A

Category: Architecture

Page: 254

View: 5710

本书介绍ART DECO装饰艺术风格在室内设计中运用.

The Art of Glass

Art Nouveau to Art Deco

Author: Victor Arwas

Publisher: Papadakis Publisher

ISBN: 1901092003

Category: Art

Page: 111

View: 3296

-- Published to coincide with a major exhibition. -- Examines in depth the historical background of each designer and firm, their styles and techniques. This introduction to the most innovative period of goth century glass-making was published to coincide with The Art of Glass - Art Nouveau to Art Deco exhibition at the Sunderland Museum and Art Gallery. The fascinating history of art glass in this Period begins in the 1880's with the precursors to Art Nouveau, follows the creations of Galle, Daum and Muller Freres. It continues with the development of opalescent, frosted and clear molded glass -- especially Lalique, Art Deco, functionalism, Orrefors and English and Scottish glass. But it is above all the glass itself, beautifully reproduced in full color, that brings to life one of the most exciting and creative periods in the history of art glass.

Art deco

identification and price guide

Author: Tony Fusco

Publisher: Avon Books

ISBN: 9780380770120

Category: Antiques & Collectibles

Page: 417

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Essential Art Deco

Author: Ghislaine Wood

Publisher: N.A

ISBN: N.A

Category: Design

Page: 96

View: 7746

"Art Deco, the most glamorous style of the twentieth century, swept across the globe in the 1920s and 1930s, altering the skylines of cities from Shanghai to Rio, and adding an exotic vibrant edge to everything from cinema and fashion to ocean liners and automobiles." "This illustrated book explores the extraordinary visual language of the style. Borrowing from the exotic cultures of Ancient Egypt, Meso-America, the oriental East and Africa and from the man-made world of skyscrapers and machines, Art Deco developed a highly distinctive iconography. It embraced the natural world of plants and animals, sunbursts and fountains, together with the geometric forms of avant-garde painting and design, and eventually found expression in the symbolic idiom of streamlining. Deeply eclectic and highly decorative, Art Deco celebrated fantasy, fun and glamour - themes which still strike a popular chord and account for Art Deco's huge appeal throughout the world today."--BOOK JACKET.

Art Deco Designs

Author: Marty Noble

Publisher: Courier Corporation

ISBN: 0486996638

Category: Design

Page: 48

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Characterized by distinctive, curved surfaces and sleek, streamlined finishes, the elegant lines of Art Deco style influenced many aspects of art and architecture — from skyscrapers to jewelry. This rich archive depicts a wide range of those designs, incorporated in period textiles, fashions, domestic accessories, and other objects from the 1920s and '30s. The set contains: • One CD-ROM containing 213 high-quality, permission-free illustrations scanned at 600 dpi and saved in six different formats (TIFF, PICT, EPS, BMP, as well as Internet-ready JPEG and GIF) • A large-format 48-page book with every image on the CD-ROM printed large and clearly for easy reference Also included on the CD-ROM is Dover Design Manager, a simple graphics editing program for Windows. Ideal for use in numerous craft and graphic design projects, these distinctive drawings will add a dazzling touch of the Jazz Age wherever they're applied.

Designing Women

Cinema, Art Deco, and the Female Form

Author: Lucy Fischer

Publisher: Columbia University Press

ISBN: 9780231500579

Category: Performing Arts

Page: 352

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Grand, sensational, and exotic, Art Deco design was above all modern, exemplifying the majesty and boundless potential of a newly industrialized world. From department store window dressings to the illustrations in the Sears, Roebuck & Co. catalogs to the glamorous pages of Vogue and Harper's Bazar, Lucy Fischer documents the ubiquity of Art Deco in mainstream consumerism and its connection to the emergence of the "New Woman" in American society. Fischer argues that Art Deco functioned as a trademark for popular notions of femininity during a time when women were widely considered to be the primary consumers in the average household, and as the tactics of advertisers as well as the content of new magazines such as Good Housekeeping and the Woman's Home Companion increasingly catered to female buyers. While reflecting the growing prestige of the modern woman, Art Deco-inspired consumerism helped shape the image of femininity that would dominate the American imagination for decades to come. In films of the middle and late 1920s, the Art Deco aesthetic was at its most radical. Female stars such as Greta Garbo, Joan Crawford, and Myrna Loy donned sumptuous Art Deco fashions, while the directors Cecil B. DeMille, Busby Berkeley, Jacques Feyder, and Fritz Lang created cinematic worlds that were veritable Deco extravaganzas. But the style soon fell into decline, and Fischer examines the attendant taming of the female role throughout the 1930s as a growing conservatism challenged the feminist advances of an earlier generation. Progressively muted in films, the Art Deco woman—once an object of intense desire—gradually regressed toward demeaning caricatures and pantomimes of unbridled sexuality. Exploring the vision of American womanhood as it was portrayed in a large body of films and a variety of genres, from the fashionable musicals of Josephine Baker, and Fred Astaire and Ginger Rogers to the fantastic settings of Metropolis, The Wizard of Oz, and Lost Horizon, Fischer reveals America's long standing fascination with Art Deco, the movement's iconic influence on cinematic expression, and how its familiar style left an indelible mark on American culture.

Art Nouveau

Author: Jean Lahor

Publisher: Parkstone International

ISBN: 1780427905

Category: Art

Page: 200

View: 9878

Art Nouveau gives a name to the decorative and architectural style developed in the 1880s and 1890s in the West. Born in reaction to the Industrial Revolution and to the creative vacuum it left behind, Art Nouveau was at the heart of a “renaissance” in the decorative arts. The primary objective of the movement was the creation of a new aesthetic of nature through a return to the study of natural subjects. In order to achieve this, artists such as Gustav Klimt, Koloman Moser, Antoni Gaudí, Jan Toorop, and William Morris favoured innovation in technique and novelty of forms. After its triumph at the Paris Universal Exposition in 1900, the trend continued and has inspired many artists ever since. Art Deco, the successor of Art Nouveau, appeared after World War II.

Art Deco Wahrsagekarten

Kartenlegen für Einsteiger Basiswissen ...

Author: Andreas Nostra Dahm

Publisher: BoD – Books on Demand

ISBN: 3752863374

Category: Body, Mind & Spirit

Page: 140

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Das Buch "Art Déco Wahrsagekarten/Kartenlegen für Einsteiger Basiswissen ..." bietet eine Auflistung dieser Orakelkarten mit deren Grundbedeutungen und Deutungshinweisen zu bestimmten Themenbereichen wie z.B. Liebe und Beruf, Charakter einer Person oder Tagestendenzen. Zudem werden zwei kleine Legesysteme vorgestellt, die ein sofortiges Arbeiten mit den Karten möglich machen. Ein zusätzlicher kleiner Einblick in ein größeres Legesystem führt den Einsteiger langsam an das Kartenlegen heran. Dieses Buch versteht sich als fundierter Einstieg in die Methode des Kartenlegens mit diesem besonderen Kartendeck.

Art Deco

Formen zwischen zwei Kriegen

Author: Paul Maenz

Publisher: N.A

ISBN: 9783832173302

Category:

Page: 243

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Art Deco alphabets

a treasury of original alphabets from the 1920s and '30s

Author: Frederick S. Copley

Publisher: Main Street Pr

ISBN: N.A

Category: Art

Page: 128

View: 2259

Gathers more than fifty Art Deco style typefaces, including both upper and lower case letters and examples of lettering

Art Deco Bookbindings

The Work of Pierre Legrain and Rose Adler

Author: Yves Peyra(c),H. George Fletcher

Publisher: Princeton Architectural Press

ISBN: 9781568984629

Category: Antiques & Collectibles

Page: 119

View: 6410

Before dust jackets wrapped every hardcover behind a shield of paper, a book's binding was its only advertisement, and the shelves of bibliophiles were lined with staid leather-bound tomes. Then came the Art Deco designs of Pierre Legrain and Rose Adler, who transformed bookbinding into a medium of playful and dazzling experimentation and craftsmanship. Their colorful, imaginative works, often made in exotic materials, are found only in a few prized collections and have rarely been available to the general public. now, this selection of more than sixty designs, colored-paper maquettes, and realized bindings are collected in one exquisite volume, with insightful texts introducing the work and discuss its revolutionary effect on modern design. Among the brilliant array of bindings are ones made especially for works by Colette, Paul Verlaine, Andre Gide, Guillaume Apollinaire, Stephane Mallarme, Michel Leiris, and Jean Giraudoux. Art Deco Bookbinding accompanies the exhibition of the same name at the New York Public Library's Humanities and Social Science Library beginning in February 2004.

San Francisco Art Deco

Author: Michael F. Crowe,Robert W. Bowen

Publisher: Arcadia Publishing

ISBN: 9780738547343

Category: History

Page: 127

View: 2793

The famed period of architecture, design, and style known as Art Deco began in the mid1920s and lasted for a good 20 years. The movement left an indelible stamp all around the Bay Area but nowhere more so than in styleconscious San Francisco. The city's 1925 Diamond Jubilee, coinciding with the Exposition Internationale des Arts Decoratifs et Industriels Modernes in France, ushered in the Art Deco age to the city by the bay. The Roaring Twenties created a need for thousands of new commercial and residential buildings, and many of these, such as Timothy Pflueger's Pacific Telephone and Telegraph building, were Art Deco masterpieces that embodied the new "moderne" styling sweeping the country. Using a variety of building materials, including terracotta, Vitrolux, and neon, many of the city's graceful and dramatic buildings turned heads 70 years ago just as they do today.

Art deco

Author: Iain Zaczek

Publisher: N.A

ISBN: 9780752547275

Category: Art

Page: 256

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