Zapadnoevropeiskoe prikladnoe iskusstvo XVI–XVIII vekov iz sobraniia Ermitazha (Western European Applied Arts from the 16th to the 18th c. from the Collection of the Hermitage). N. Iu. Biriukova E. A. Anisimova.
Zapadnoevropeiskoe prikladnoe iskusstvo XVI–XVIII vekov iz sobraniia Ermitazha (Western European Applied Arts from the 16th to the 18th c. from the Collection of the Hermitage)

Zapadnoevropeiskoe prikladnoe iskusstvo XVI–XVIII vekov iz sobraniia Ermitazha (Western European Applied Arts from the 16th to the 18th c. from the Collection of the Hermitage)

St. Petersburg: Slavia, 1996. Sewn pb. The Hermitage honored the 100th anniversary of the opening of Baron Alexander von Stieglitz’s museum-school with this exhibition of furniture, tapestries, majolica, porcelain, glass, textiles, embroidery, and jewelry. Many of these works were originally brought to St. Petersburg by Stieglitz and his collector-agents for his school founded on the model of the Victoria and Albert and designed to instill high aesthetic standards in students of industrial design. 160 pp., 8 1/2 x 11 1/4 ins., 10 b-&-w illus., 121 color, sewn pb., Rus. with intro. and captions in ENGLISH. Item #2509
ISBN: 5886540334

Price: $62.00

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