Gustav Klimt - Eva Di Stefano
Gustav Klimt is undeniably the leading figure in the most felicitous period of art and culture in Vienna – between the late 1800s and early 1900s. Klimt’s paintings, with their elegance and his taste for decoration and decadent eroticism, are the result and compendium of Imperial Vienna which was at its apex, and, at the same time, near its decline. The volume contains Klimt’s entire production, from promotional posters for Secession exhibits to cyclical wall decorations for Vienna and Brussels, to masterpiece paintings to his portraits.
Ukiyo-e - Francesco Morena
Japan boasts a centuries-old tradition in art; this book accompanies us on the journey taken by Japanese creativity through the centuries, showing how it has evolved from the Chinese model. Images of the most important masterpieces in architecture, painting, sculpture, calligraphy and various other applied arts are accompanied by illustrations of some of the most important cultural developments in the Far-East.
Futurism - Claudia Salaris
A book which is richly illustrated with unpublished photographs to celebrate the 100th anniversary of Futurism, the most important avant-garde Italian art style of the twentieth century. The movement, conceived and promoted by Filippo Tommaso Marinetti, involved all the forms of expression: from figurative arts to literature, from dance to design, from cinema to cuisine, from advertising to photography. The book analyzes every aspect of Futurism from the 1910s to the 1940s.
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