MESSENGERS OF MODERNISM
AMERICAN STUDIO JEWELRY 1940-1960
Toni Greenbaum and Martin Eidelberg
Toni Greenbaum and Martin Eidelberg: MESSENGERS OF MODERNISM: AMERICAN STUDIO JEWELRY 1940-1960. New York: Flammarion (in association with the Montreal Museum of Decorative Arts), 1996. First edition. A fine hardcover book in a fine dust jacket: still in Publishers shrinkwrap. Out-of-print.
6.75 x 8.25 hardcover book with 168 pages and nearly 100 examples of mid-century modernist studio jewelry produced during the unrivalled creative burst from 1940 to 1960. This book was published in 1996 by Flammarion in association with the Montreal Museum of Decorative Arts as a catalogue of a show that originated in Montreal.
This stunning volume shows and discusses the modern studio jewelry created by the following artists: Alexander Calder, Jose De Rivera, Harry Bertoia, Margaret De Patta, Frank Rebajes, Sam Kramer, Art Smith, Paul Lobel, Henry Steig, Bob Winston, Irena Brynner, F. Carlton Ball, Elsa Freund, Frances Higgins, Everett Macdonald, Betty Cooke, Jules Brenner, Franz Bergmann, Ed Levin, Bill Tendler, Merry Renk, Peter Macchiarini, Ed Wiener, Earl Pardon, And Marianne Strengell.
Each of these artists has been given their own chapter segment in order to show examples of their work as well as providing important biographic information.
Spreads from this volume can be viewed here.
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