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From Bauhaus to Aspen by Gwen Finkel Chanzit, Daniel Libeskind

From Bauhaus to Aspen

Description : This comprehensive overview of the life and work of Herbert Bayer a legendary Bauhaus designer and artist. His archive of over 8,000 items reside at the Denver Art Museum.

Subtitle : Herbert Bayer and Modernist Design in America

Authors : Gwen Finkel Chanzit, Daniel Libeskind

Published Date : 1987

Publisher : Big Earth Publishing

ISBN : 155566329X

Page : 272 Pages

Categories : Art

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