Eyre de Lanux: An American Decorator in Paris
Super Savings Item! Save 38% on the Eyre de Lanux: An American Decorator in Paris by Editions Norma at Birzula. MPN: 90 colour, 100 b&w. Hurry! Limited time offer. Offer valid only while supplies last. Born into the American aristocracy, Elizabeth Eyre de Lanux abandoned high society to pursue an artistic career. Starting her training with
An ambitious artist in the Surrealist Paris of the interwar years she wanted to believe in a peaceful future. But the crash of 1929 and World War II sounded the death knell for the career of this fresh new talent, ensuring that her creations became the rarest of objects. A bridge between the pioneering Eileen Gray and the rational Charlotte Perriand, like them, Eyre de Lanux drew inspiration from Japonism. Neither poor, nor stripped bare, her rare architectured interiors have remained secret until now.
Elizabeth Eyre de Lanux is a recognised name but a forgotten talent. With Eileen Gray, Eyre de Lanux, Charlotte Perriand and Maria Pergay, the four cardinal points have now been identified.
|Part Number:||90 colour, 100 b&w|
|MPN:||90 colour, 100 b&w|
|Item Weight:||3.44 pounds|
|Item Size:||0.94 x 12.35 x 12.35 inches|
|Package Weight:||3.4 pounds|
|Package Size:||9.29 x 0.94 x 0.94 inches|