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ISBN:159764076X
Author: Susan Sternau
ISBN13: 978-1597640763
Title: Art Nouveau: Spirit of the Belle Epoque
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Language: English
Category: History and Criticism
Publisher: New Line Books (January 1, 2006)
Pages: 128

Art Nouveau: Spirit of the Belle Epoque by Susan Sternau



Start by marking Art Nouveau: Spirit of the Belle Epoque as Want to Read: Want to Read savin. ant to Read. Her art is currently represented by the Galleries Studio 333 Caledonia and Downtown in Sausalito. Susan Sternau has illustrated a number of books including Laura Ingalls Wilder: A Family Collection, Irish Lore and Legends, and The Bells of Paroquia (a book of poetry by David Mazer).

Susan A. Sternau (Author). I could look at this book for hours! It is simply gorgeous. One of the nicest art books I own and very informative about the period of Art Nouveau and the artists who brought it into fame.

Art nouveau defines the elegant, decorative style that flourished from the early 1880s to the beginning of World War I. -From jacket.

Author: Susan A. Sternau (this book has been miscatalogued under Juliette Bernard). com Book Description (ISBN 159764076X, Hardcover). Western art has evolved through a wide range of styles, each characterized by its own unique philosophy and masterpieces. This series is a visual tribute to these formative movements in Western art and the artists and forces that created them. An elegant syle characterized by ornamental, sinuous lines, Art Nouveau created a unity between the fine arts, the applied arts, architecture, and decoration of all types. Here is a stunning visual celebration of the art and artists of this movement.

Art nouveau defines the elegant, decorative style that flourished from the early 1880s to the beginning of World War . ISBN13:9781597640763. Release Date:January 2006.

Throughout history, contemporary artists have inspired one another to higher levels while redefining the standards of their time. The "Art Movement" series takes a look at the cliques that have sprung up at various times - sometimes loose bands of artists inspired by the same themes who worked independently of one another, at other times close-knit groups working together to develop a theme or further cause. Each book features over 100 beautiful reproductions of the greatest artists from each group, as well as expert.

Book Arts & Sciences. Comics & Graphic Novels. Author: Susan A. Sternau. Publisher: SMITHMARK.

Sternau, Susan A. Date. 1996 Previous: Art nouveau architecture. Library availability.

Susan Sternau is a landscape painter living and working in Sausalito, California. She grew up in New York City, and graduated from Barnard College in 1980. She went on to earn an . in Art History from Hunter College while becoming increasingly focused on painting. She lived in Philadelphia before moving to San Francisco in 1995 and to Sausalito in 2001. Susan paints with both oils and watercolors. She is the author of four popular books on art and architecture: Art Nouveau: Spirit of the Belle Époque, Art Deco: Flights of Artistic Fancy, Henri Matisse, and Museums: Masterpieces of Architecture. Her newest book is Easter Island Sketchbook: An Artist’s Journey to the Mysterious Land of Giant Stone Statues is illustrated with over 65 watercolor and ink painting (Sausalito Press, 2014).

1 2 3 4 5. Want to Read. Are you sure you want to remove Art nouveau from your list? Art nouveau. spirit of the Belle Epoque. Published 1996 by Smithmark in New York, NY. Written in English.

"Art nouveau defines the elegant, decorative style that flourished from the early 1880s to the beginning of World War I."--From jacket.