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Wystawa wspólczesnej sztuki austrjackiej : Przewodnik po: Text by Hans

Text by Hans Tietze

Published by Towarzystwo Zachety Sztuk Pieknych, Warszawa (Society for the Encouragement of Fine Arts, Warsaw) (1930)

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About this Item: Towarzystwo Zachety Sztuk Pieknych, Warszawa (Society for the Encouragement of Fine Arts, Warsaw), 1930. Soft cover. Condition: Near Fine. 1st Edition. Polish language. Octavo 17 x 24 cm. Weight 160 g. Wrappers, 30 [2] pp., [22] pp. illustration tables. The book is in Near Fine condition without any visible defects, losses, remarks and stains. Creases across cover corners; internally slight yellowing of pages edges. The exhibition of Contemporary Austrian Art organized by Society for the Encouragement of Fine Arts in Warsaw in 1930 illustrates the formation of Austrian modern fine arts of the century through its struggling, shuffling off the classical pathway and ushering in its own extraordinary style. According to introduction article by Austrian art historian Hans Tietze, common features of both conservatives and modernists Austrian artists regardless of different art styles, abilities and talent measures are lightness, flexibility and freedom of creation which obliterate polar opposites, although maybe it lacking the strength to create truly outstanding artworks. In Austrian modern art had been a striking lack of developed programmes and theories. Its art never has been clearly neither impressionist nor expressionist. Austrian artists were not willing to clog in any direction - neither in extreme skepticism nor in latest contemporary art forms. The joy of life have been always remained the main basis of creation of forms and colors. Exhibition comprises 474 objects and focuses on three areas: painting, sculpture, graphic arts; applied arts; plaques and medals. Among the 109 participated artists were Arthur Brusenbauch, Josef Dobrowsky, Alfred Gerstenbrand, Carry Hauser, Georg Mayer-Marton, Ferdinand Kitt, Theodor Klotz-Dürrenbach, Sergius Pauser, Josef Stoitzner, Franz Windhager etc. Applied arts represented 33 design companies. Plaques and medals exhibited 5 masters: Ludwig Hujer, Oskar Thiede, Michael Six, Karl Perl, Arnold Hartig. Present exhibition guide includes foreword, list of exhibited works, 22 full-paged artwork reproductions. Seller Inventory # 146

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Piatkowski, Romuald (Editor and Compiler)

Published by Polish National Alliance, Chicago (1911)

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About this Item: Polish National Alliance, Chicago, 1911. Cloth. Condition: Very Good +. No Jacket. First Edition. Text: Polish. Title translated: Memorial on the Occasions of the Dedication of the Monuments of Tadeusz Kosciuszko and Kazimierz Pulaski together with the Convocation of the First Polish National Congress in Washington, D.C. in 1910. Book has light corner/spine end rubbing/bumps with no writing or marking, top edge red, number "276" stamped on title page, marbled end pages, 650 pages plus folded map. Weight ~ 8 pounds, international shipments will be adjusted to reflect costs at priority mail rates. Seller Inventory # 006909

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