A müvészetek és a stílus. / A művészetek és a stílus. [The Arts and the Style.]. Elek Koronghi Lippich.
A müvészetek és a stílus. / A művészetek és a stílus. [The Arts and the Style.]
A müvészetek és a stílus. / A művészetek és a stílus. [The Arts and the Style.]
Hungarian Art-Nouveau

A müvészetek és a stílus. / A művészetek és a stílus. [The Arts and the Style.]

Budapest: Athenaeum, 1908. First separate edition. Offprint. Limited edition up to 300 copies. Numbered. Illustrated title page. Printed on thick paper in brown ink. In publisher’s illustrated wrappers. 42, (6) p. Wrappers chipped at extremities. Overall in very good condition.

Elek Koronghi Lippich (1862–1924) was an early propagator of Art Nouveau and the Arts and Crafts movement in Hungary as the chief of the Fine Arts Department at the Ministry of Education and Religion, and a patron of Art Nouveau artist colonies in Hungary at Gödöllő and Szolnok.

He was friend and collaborator of Aladár Körösfõi-Kriesch and Sándor Nagy the founders of the artist colony at Gödöllő, the cradle of Hungarian Art Nouveau.

They shared the interest in the Transylvanian art, and used it to form the unique Hungarian style in modern art. Koronghi Lippich’s essay is a manifesto of this project.

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Price: €600.00

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