Book: Duncan Alastair «Galle Lamps»

Galle Lamps

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This book divides the Galle cristallerie's vast production of light fixtures into two basic categories: those created before Galle's death in 1904 and those produced by the firm from then until its closure in 1931. Curiously, many of the firm's most desirable models in today's market were introduced as late as the 1925 Exposition Universelle, Paris, still in the Art Nouveau high style at the very moment that it had been replaced by the era's ascendant Art Deco movement.

Издательство: "Antique Collectors Club" (2013)

ISBN: 978-1-85149-671-6

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