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The work of Charles and Ray Eames : a legacy of invention
The work of Charles and Ray Eames : a legacy of invention
1997
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Review: Charles and Ray Eames gave shape to America's twentieth century. From the 1940s to the 1970s, the Los Angeles-based husband-and-wife team practiced design at its most virtuous and its most expansive: their furniture, toys, buildings, films, graphics, exhibitions, and books all aimed to improve society - not only functionally but also culturally and intellectually.
Main title:
The work of Charles and Ray Eames : a legacy of invention / essays by Donald Albrecht ... [et al.].
Imprint:
New York : Harry N. Abrams in association with the Library of Congress and the Vitra Design Museum, 1997.
Collation:
205 p. : ill. (some col.) ; 31 cm.
Notes:
"This publication accompanies an international traveling exhibition organized by the Library of Congress in partnership with the Vitra Design Museum"--T.p. verso.Includes bibliography (p. 194-196) and index.
ISBN:
0810917998 (clothbound)0810927527 (pbk)0810992329 (trade pbk)
Dewey class:
745.44922745.445
Language:
English
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Beaumaris LibraryArt and Craft745.445 EAMAvailable
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