Art Deco Movement
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"Decadently Deco" selected in the top ten Contest on Spoonflower
"Decadently Deco" Fabric Design by Denise Urban of Urban Digits in the top ten Contest on Spoonflower" Inspired by the Art Deco movement, designers for this week's contest created fabrics in a limited four-color palette of each artist's choice.
SKU/EAN 82-697 Manufacturer Savoir Faire Price $5.75 Quantity Art Deco Printed Lama Li Paper- Black on Tan Inspired by the Art Deco movement, these papers bring to life the bold, geometric look common to architecture, interior and industrial design during this era. Printed on 90 gsm Lokta paper in rich natural tones and an ultra-modern black and white. Sheets are 20x30 inches and have four natural deckled edges. This sheet features a black design printed on tan paper.
This black, white and iridescent green feather headband was inspired by the Art Deco movement of the 1920s. Its features include all natural feathers, a gorgeous translucent green focal bead with black filigree design, elegant seed bead embellishments, and an ultra-thin headband for maximum comfort. Each headband is one-of-a-kind and handmade by local artists in central Virginia.
Paule Marrot Collection. Natural Curiosities recently acquired the beautiful textile archives of French engraver, painter, and textile artist Paule Marrot (1902-1987). Early in her career, Marrot shifted her emphasis from painting to textiles to create expressive patterns from the 1920s through the 1950s. Marrot’s bold use of flowers, color and patterns reflect a compositionally modernist style classically associated with the Art Deco movement. thesouthernhome.com
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Art Deco Furniture: Bed. "Art Deco furniture was directly correlated to the art deco movement of the early 20th century, and the design styles and cues were a direct contradiction to the flowing, organic lines of the art nouveau style that preceded it. Art deco is based on the concept of linear symmetry and the use of mathmatical shapes to create interesting and engaging designs."
Tamara de Lempicka (May 16, 1898–March 18, 1980)
Blue Woman with a Guitar by Tamara de Lempicka (1898–1980). "Lempicka perhaps epitomized the Art Deco movement with her strong use of geometric elements, vivid colors, and semi-classical subjects. also, you can understand a lot about her aesthetic approach if you keep in mind her utter disgust at the vast body of Impressionism and her love of Picasso."
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The Neoclassical style of the first decade of the 20th century had a lighter, more eclectic feel than the preceding Victorian era, and also foreshadowed the upcoming Art Deco movement. Pink onyx recalls cameos, a popular Edwardian jewelry design. The stone is relatively soft, ideal for carving detailed moldings and motifs.
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The Art Deco Movement The design of the Roaring Twenties Time period: 1925 until 1939 This international design movement included: architecture, interior design, industrial design, visual arts, fashion, painting and film. KraftieKatie - Real Crafts for Real Girls, by a Real Girl: How to Chevron
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(The Garden). Jessie Marion King (March 20, 1875 – August 3, 1949) was a Scottish painter and illustrator mostly of children's books.King was made Tutor in Book Decoration and Design at Glasgow School of Art in 1899.Her works in Paris are considered as influential to the creation of the Art Deco movement.
Deriving its name in 1925 from The Exposition of Decorative Arts and Modern Manufacturers' in Paris , the Art Deco movement lasted roughly thirty years, from 1910 to 1939, incorporating WWI and WWII. Art Deco Jewelry expressed the Egyptian revival with the discovery of King Tutankhamen's grave when attention turned to scarabs, papyrus enamel and pyramids.
The Great Gatsby: Box Bags - Lavish ornamentation and bold, geometric shapes were the hallmarks of the Art Deco movement - something which translated beautifully onto fashions of the time too. Box bags made for the most elegant of eveningwear options - a sartorial halfway house between jewellery and an accessory - Lena Erziak's fits the bill.
The Art Deco Movement
The ever-popular Art Deco movement succeeded Art Nouveau roughly in the period between the two World Wars. It is characterised by three main points: geometric shapes, bright colour schemes and a 'decorative' finish. It tends to be uncomplicated and influenced architecture, art, furniture and jewellery design, clothing and living style in general. This post is mainly a sumptuous visual feast!