Fritz Kühn was familiar with the works of the past, but sought to do justice to the stylistic perception of out own times. The close link with Nature, becomes quickly apparent to everyone who looks through the pages of this book and endows his work with a special charm. Fritz Kühn was as renowned for his photography as he was for his metal artistry.
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Practical experience was my first teacher but first and foremost I was helped and trained by Professor Karl Schmidt, who took a particular interest in me and trained me while I attended evening classes. Also our dean, Julius Schramm was always a shining example to me. In this small compendium Kühn offers us his own view of his own works.
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Book Description George G Harrap & Co Ltd, London, 1969. Hb with Dj. Book Condition: Very Good. Dust Jacket Condition: Good+. Reprint of First English Edition. Translated from the German by Charles B Johnson. Celebrates the range and versatility of iron work and recognises the link between craftsman and architect. 191 b/w photographs and descriptions of grilles and grates, banisters, ballustrades and balconies, utensils, hinges etc. Fabric covered boards a little browned. Clean internally with no makings, foxing or inscription. Jacket worn with short tears; now protected. All our UK orders are posted First Class. All profits to Amnesty International. Size: 22.2cm - 30cm with 120pp. Bookseller Inventory # 009202
Book Description Book Condition: Very Good. Bookseller Inventory # SKU-4273133