Musee des Arts Decoratifs - Reviews from across the web
Paris Pages Musee des Arts Decoratifs / Musees des Arts de la Mode et du Textile
At first, the decorative arts were on the fringe of the fine arts. It is today a more accepted art form due in part to the wealth of the collection of decorative arts. That collection is largely made up of restorations of decorative art from different periods an Asian section, a Gothic section, Cont...
Decorative Arts Museum (Le musee des Arts Decoratifs) - Paris - Reviews of Decorative Arts Museum (Le musee des Arts Decoratifs) - TripAdvisor
This Museum for the Decorative Arts (Rue de Rivoli 107, near the Louvre) is a must if you're interested in interior decoration. The building has been restaured recently. Too little attent...
www.dragt.dk The Museum of Decorative Art's costume collection
The collection consists primarily of costume and accessories from the 1900s. The best Danish designers and workshops are represented with both garments and hats from Holger Blom, Preben Birch, Uffe Brydegaard, Jørgen Bender and Jean Voigt as well as the salons at the major department stores Illum, M...
1983 "Ceramique Danoise", The Ministry of Foreign Affair`s Travelling Exhibition...
Olafur Thordarson, exhibited works and showrooms
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CKA - Artist's Bio Page
The process of making my recycled paperjewellery pieces, involves a slow, natural technique. By curving each slice of paper around the steelwire, one by one, one after another, it is as if the piece grows into its shape by itself. This way the character of wood, paper's original ma...
Modern Art of Metallwork
At the time when Bindesbøll began design work for A. Michelsen, he was at the culmination of a career in ceramics, and his silverware proved strongly influenced by his work with clay. Bindesbøll’s dilemma was that he was able to implement his own intentions when working in clay, but when it came to ...
MAM - About Us - Press Room
The term “Biedermeier” is often assumed to be the surname of a cabinetmaker of the period, but is actually an imaginary character -- a pseudonym that played on the German adjective “bieder,” meaning plain and unpretentious, and “Meier,” a common German surname. Weiland Gottlieb Biedermaier was the n...