Biedermeier : art and culture in central Europe, 1815-1848 / translated by Lawrence Jenkins.

Biedermeier : art and culture in central Europe, 1815-1848 / translated by Lawrence Jenkins.
Milano, Italy : Skira ; New York, NY : Distributed in North America and Latin America by Rizzoli International Publications ; London, U.K. : Distributed elsewhere in the world by Thames and Hudson Ltd., 2001.
263 p. : ill. (some col.) ; 29 cm.
Other Authors: 
Rak, Jiří author of introd., etc.
Vondráček, Radim author of introd., etc.
Terenzi, Claudia author of introd., etc.
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Translation of: Biedermeier : arte e cultura nella Mitteleuropa, 1815-1848.
Contributors: Jiři Rak, Radim Vondráček, and Claudia Terenzi.
Catalog of an exhibition held at the Palazzo della Ragione, Padua, Italy, May 7-Sept. 10, 2000.
Includes chronology and biographical notes and a list of manufacturers, which includes Adolfov; Dominik Biemann (Bimann); Bor, today Nový Bor (Haida); Friedrich Egermann; Emanuel Hofmann; Jiříkovo Údolí (Georgental) on the Buquoy Estate in Southern Bohemia; Kamenický Šenov (Steinschönau); Anton Kothgasser; Samuel Mohn; Nový Svět (Neuwelt), Harrachov; Ignác Palme & Co.; Franz Anton Pelikan; Karl Pfohl; Simon Plössl; Jan Zachariáš Quast; Anton Simm; Světlá n. Sázavou (Sweitla) Eastern Bohemia; Peter Wilhelm Friedrich Voigtländer; Joseph Zich.
Includes bibliographical references (p. 261-263).
Includes painting, furniture, jewelry, costume, porcelain, etc., from Germany, Bohemia, Austria.
Glass: p. 52, 55, 57, 103-119, 132-134, 145, 149, 154, 192, 195, 205, 209, 212, 222, 233.
Glass includes transparent enamelled (Kothgasser), cut, hyalith, lithyalin, Egermann, a mosaic (p. 209) and beaded items. Also presented is a page from the J.F. Römisch model book (p. 102).
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