The Machine Age in America: 1918-1941
by Richard Guy Wilson
Publisher's Description
Published in conjunction with a major exhibition sponsored by The Brooklyn Museum, The Machine Age in America is a complete survey of American painting, architecture, sculpture, and design in the period between the two world wars. The styles of the period--Art Deco, Moderne, Streamlined Modern, the International Style, and Constructivism--all reflect the strong influence of the machine and technology on the creative imagination, as well as on the materials available for its expression. A crucial era of design innovation is intelligently discussed and illustrated in this book.
ISBN: 0810914212
Publisher: Brooklyn Museum/Harry N. Abrams
Hardcover : 376 pages
Language: English
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