Eric Chaim Kline, Bookseller

Eric Chaim Kline, Bookseller
Die Form ohne Ornament. Werkbundausstellung 1924 (Form Without Ornament. Werkbund Exhibition 1924). introduction, Walter Riezler, ed foreword.
Die Form ohne Ornament. Werkbundausstellung 1924 (Form Without Ornament. Werkbund Exhibition 1924)
Die Form ohne Ornament. Werkbundausstellung 1924 (Form Without Ornament. Werkbund Exhibition 1924)
Die Form ohne Ornament. Werkbundausstellung 1924 (Form Without Ornament. Werkbund Exhibition 1924)
Die Form ohne Ornament. Werkbundausstellung 1924 (Form Without Ornament. Werkbund Exhibition 1924)
Die Form ohne Ornament. Werkbundausstellung 1924 (Form Without Ornament. Werkbund Exhibition 1924)
Die Form ohne Ornament. Werkbundausstellung 1924 (Form Without Ornament. Werkbund Exhibition 1924)
Die Form ohne Ornament. Werkbundausstellung 1924 (Form Without Ornament. Werkbund Exhibition 1924)

Die Form ohne Ornament. Werkbundausstellung 1924 (Form Without Ornament. Werkbund Exhibition 1924)

Berlin und Leipzig: Deutsche Verlags-Anstalt Stuttgart, 1924. Second edition (3rd and 4th Thousand). Hardcover. Quarto. viii, 22pp., (1) 89 plates, 9pp. advertisements. Original cream cloth with black lettering on cover and spine in original tan dustjacket with red lettering and Werkbund log o on cover, red lettering on spine. Books on Form (Bücher der Form) under the the aegis of the German Werkbund. Volume one. Extension of the work published in the discontinued periodical "Die Form, Monatshefte für gestaltende Arbeit (The Form, Monthly for Creative Work)," stressing form without ornamentation with an introduction by Wolfgang Pfeiderer. Documentation of the Werkbund exhibition in Stuttgart, 1924. Illustrated with one hundred and seventy-three b/w photographs on eighty-nine plates depicting articles of daily use, including soap (design by August Trueb), kitchen utensils (designs by Ferdinand Kramer), stoves (designs by W. Jost), chairs (Bauhaus design), lamps (design by Wolfgang von Wersin), coffee makers (Bauhaus design), crumb brush (German Workshop Munich-Hellerau design), ceramics (design by Dorkas Härlin) and many others. Contains nine pages of advertisements at rear. Text in German. Dustjacket with light wear along edges, small piece of tape glued to foredge corner of back cover, two inch closed tear at middle of bottom edge, some light water-staining at top of spine and light foxing of front cover. Boards slightly bent. Light damp-staining of two pages in advertising section at rear. Block with illustrations in very good condition. g to vg. Item #48282

Price: $650.00

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