The International Studio: An Illustrated Monthly Magazine of Fine & Applied Art -- vol. 17 no. 65, July 1902 [First International Exhibition of Modern Decorative Art at Turin: Austrian Section]
The International Studio: An Illustrated Monthly Magazine of Fine & Applied Art -- vol. 17 no. 65, July 1902 [First International Exhibition of Modern Decorative Art at Turin: Austrian Section]

The International Studio: An Illustrated Monthly Magazine of Fine & Applied Art -- vol. 17 no. 65, July 1902 [First International Exhibition of Modern Decorative Art at Turin: Austrian Section]

New York: John Lane, 1902. Paperback. [4], 80, lxxix-lxxxiii, [11] p., color frontispiece, 2 leaves of color plates, and 5 leaves of monochrome plates (included in pagination): full-page and in-text illustrations; 30 cm. Wrappers (originally pale green?) printed in black with illustration on front wrapper and advertisements on back wrapper. Contents: A Belgian Painter: M. Henri Cassiers by Fernand Khnopff -- London Depicted by Tony Grubhoffer -- The Garden at Tigbourne Court, Near Witley, Surrey [designed by Gertrue Jekyll] -- Some Paintings and Sculpture at the London Spring Exhibitions -- The First International Exhibition of Modern Decorative Art at Turin by Dr. Enrico Thovez -- Austrian Section at the Turin Exhibition by A.S. Levetus -- Studio Talk -- Awards in The Studio Prize Competitions -- The Lay Figure: The Tyranny of Exhibitions -- Recent Mural Decorations at Boston. Advertisements on preliminary and final pages. The First International Exhibition of Modern Decorative Art at Turin, Esposizione International d'Arte Decorative Moderna, was the first international exhibition presenting decorative arts alone and was a precursor to the Art Deco movement, which emerged after World War One. In Good Condition: back wrapper and final leaf of advertisements are detached but present; wrapper is soiled and chipped, and partially lacking over spine; internally clean and solid. Good. Item #005941

Price: $45.00