Jean Dunand. His Life and Works

Jean Dunand. His Life and Works
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Jean Dunand. His Life and WorksJean Dunand. His Life and WorksJean Dunand. His Life and Works

Félix Marcilhac. Foreword by Bernard Dunand.

Thames & Hudson. London. 1991. English language edition. Hardback; red cloth-bound boards, dust jacket. 352 pages. With over 1,000 illustrations, 170 in colour. English. 310 x 230mm. 2.1kg. 050009201x. Near fine, in near fine dust jacket.

A definitive monograph on the work of Jean Dunand, a key designer of the Art Deco period. Dunand's designs are widely collected and he is notable for his metalwork and use of lacquer. This authoritative volume contains a comprehensive illustrated catalogue covering all aspects of Dunand's varied oeuvre, including his furniture, interiors, screens, jewellery, textiles, and murals for ocean liners such as the Normandie.


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