This volume includes scores of photographs and important articles that describe the aesthetics of this great mode of artistic expression. Comments include such notables as Frank Lloyd Wright on design principles, theatrical and industrial designer Norman Bel Geddes on outfitting business interiors, a... read more
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This volume includes scores of photographs and important articles that describe the aesthetics of this great mode of artistic expression. Comments include such notables as Frank Lloyd Wright on design principles, theatrical and industrial designer Norman Bel Geddes on outfitting business interiors, and Edward Steichen on commercial photography. Over 200 black-and-white illustrations.
Unabridged republication of Annual of American Design 1931, originally published by Ives Washburn, New York, 1930.
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