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Books and materials relating to the applied arts after WWI; their use in architecture & interior design; the design of handworked and manufactured objects including: ceramics, metalwork, wood, jewelry, textiles, glass, furniture, graphics, clocks & watches, toys, leather, etc.

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Powers, Alan, Modern Block Printed Textiles, London, Walker Books, 1992, first edition, 8vo (9" x 6"), slim HB, 1/4 ecru cloth and decorative paper boards (block printed textile: 'Welwyn Garden City', by Footprints, 1926); gilt spine titles; decorative endpapers (a Paul Nash textile: "Cherry Orchard"), VG+/. none as issued. Corners slightly worn; bits of loss to upper and lower right cover (from price stickers removal?).

93 pp., profusely illustrated with photographs and numerous plates of textiles in color. A small but thorough survey of 20th Century block printed textiles - from William Morris through to the 1990s.

Contents include:

The Age of the Ballets Russes
The Revival of English Block Printing
Education and Design Reform
From Art Deco to the Depression
Block Printing After 1945

Featured designers and manufacturers include:

William Morris
Wiener Werkstatte
Fortuny
Raymond Duncan
Omega Workshops
Barron and Larcher
Enid Marx
Footprints and Modern Textiles
The Nicholsons
Crysede and Cresta
Astrid Sampe
Sonia Delaunay
Susan Bosence
Linda Brassington
Norelene of Venice

A welcome little tome, as not much has been written about some of these designers' work - specifically Enid Marx (to whom the author dedicated the book). She was a popular and well-respected British textile designer of the 20th century - a friend and contemporary of Eric Ravilious and Edward Bawden at the Royal College of Art. Her designs were familiar to millions in Britain - she was responsible for the upholstery of seats in London Transport underground trains.

Great reference, not easily located in the States.    [Book ID # 1904]


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