Author: Hugh Stix,Marguerite Stix
Publisher: Abradale/Abrams; First Edition edition (September 1, 1988)
Category: Science & Mathematics
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Marguerite Stix (June 15, 1904, Vienna, Austria - January 10, 1975, New York City, New York) was a sculptor, jeweler, and ceramicist known for her later work with shells. Stix was born Margret Christine Salzer, in Vienna, Austria
Marguerite Stix (June 15, 1904, Vienna, Austria - January 10, 1975, New York City, New York) was a sculptor, jeweler, and ceramicist known for her later work with shells. Stix was born Margret Christine Salzer, in Vienna, Austria. Fleeing the Nazis in Austria, she moved to Paris in 1938.
Written by Hugh & Marguerite Stix and R. Tucker Abbott, photographs by H. Landshoff. Hardbound, has dust jacket. The Shell 500 Million Years of Inspired Design. Продавец:suzywhy (1390)100,0% положительных отзывовСвязаться с продавцом. Shell : Five Hundred Million Years of Inspired Design by Hugh Stix and Marguerite Stix (1968, Hardcover). Напишите отзыв первым Об этом товаре.
Born and raised in Vienna, Marguerite Stix was hugely influenced by the . In the 1960’s Marguerite discovered her love of sea shells and traveled around the world collecting rare specimens.
Born and raised in Vienna, Marguerite Stix was hugely influenced by the Weiner Werkstatte workshop composed of artisans working in all different mediums and lead by Josef Hoffmann. Marguerite was considered his protégé and spent her early years surrounded by some of Vienna’s top artists including Klimt and Schiele. Marguerite was fortunate enough to make it to Paris; the rest of her family was killed in a concentration camp in Poland. Arriving in Paris penniless, she began designing a line of ceramic buttons, a genius idea considering the shortage of metal.
The founders of the Stix Rare Shell Gallery of New York and Dr. Abbott, a malacologist at the Academy of Natural Sciences, have prepared an excellent study of sea shell lore, collecting, and the influence of shell forms on art. H. Landshoff's 203 photographs (82 in color) will show that shells. Landshoff's 203 photographs (82 in color) will show that shells are among the most ""beguiling objects on earth.