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Essential René Lalique
William Warmus (au)
The French artist René Lalique created an art form so strikingly original that his name has become synonymous today with luxury. Even though many of Lalique’s creations were rare and expensive, many more of them were affordable, mass-produced, and functional. This jeweler, glassmaker, and architectural artist: Was one of the first multi-media artists; Played a leading role in the two distinctly unique artistic movements of Art Nouveau and Art Deco; Created works that embraced the necks of beautiful women; and Reflected mirror images of passengers aboard the Titanic cruise ship. This book provides a concise biography of Lalique and describes many examples of his work. Includes 78 full-color plates. Compact format.
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