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Decorative Arts - Art Nouveau - Art Deco Auction Catalogue - Book - Magazine For Sale: The Studio Magazine December 1931: A Pre-War Auction Catalog - Book - Magazine The Studio Magazine December 1931 By Various 1931 French 85 Pages, Very Good Condition Softcover The Studio December 1931. Articles include Kaleidoscope of Taste by Borenius, A Renaissance of American Indian Art, British Pottery of Today, Edward Halliday, The Work of Christopher Wood, The Artist on Tour: 3. Ragusa, Art Shools and Industry. Ads for Wedgwood, Royal Dalton, Royal Copenhagen, Poole Pottery, Pullman Car Co. Ltd., Color plates include Conversation Piece by Marcellus Laroon, Lovers in Pink by Marcellus Laroon, Examples of Recent British Pottery showing pottery of Ashtead Pottery, Royal Worcestire, Royal Dalton, and Josiah Wedgwood, P.Z. 134 by Christopher Wood, Fort Lorenzo, Ragusa by Maxwell Ayrton, and The Valley of the Ten Peaks by Leonard Richmond. Many other drawings and illustrations Minor chipping to one spine end. Stock No. 718 $100
Decorative Arts - Art Nouveau - Art Deco Auction Catalogue - Book - Magazine For Sale: The Studio Volume 11 June, July, August, and September 1897 Hardbound: A Pre-War Auction Catalog - Book - Magazine The Studio Volume 11 June, July, August, and September 1897 Hardbound By Various 1897 English 278 Pages, Good Condition Hardcover The Studio, one of the classic period Decorative Arts publications. This hardbound volume consists of 4 monthly issues, June thru September of 1897 bound AS PUBLISHED. The four issues were intended upon publication to be this volume, #11. Beige Boards with two tears in spine and gilt lettering, tight, and appears complete. Some spotting/foxing almost solely on endpapers and edges, not effecting prints or illustrations. Articles on J. M. Swan, George Chester, Segantini, Salon du Champ de Mars, Formal Gardens in Scotland, Van Hoytema, The Munich International Art Exibition, Frances Keyzer, Fritz Thaulow, English Domestic Architecture, Japanese Drawings, Glasgow Designers, Constantin Meunier, Tiffany Glass, etc. This volume also has a ton of very high quality color art reproductions (protected by publisher's tissue) as was the practice of The Studio, including some amazing prints from the period. The supplemental inserts include reproductions in color, or tint, of works by Dearmer, Forain, Garstin, Godin, Hall, Helleu, Holloway, Leighton, Levy-Dhurmer, Lunois, Segantini, Shaw, Sosen, Storm van Gravesande, and Thaulow, All these inserts (which I assume are all reproductions) are extremely high quality and suitable for framing . Check before buying if you want specific confirmation, or information on any of these items. Heavily illustrated. 8" by 11" Stock No. 707 $400

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