This book is the most comprehensive attempt to survey the history of painting and sculpture in Slovakia between 1890 and 1949. Slovak Modernism is presented as a logical, continuous complex of the endeavors of artists from all cultural backgrounds: Slovak, Hungarian, Czech, and Jewish. From the flourishing of the Austro-Hungarian Empire to the communists gaining full control over Czechoslovakia, thisconsideration demonstrates how art in Slovakia was exposed to many changes during this period. This item ships from multiple locations.
|Väzba||tvrdá s prebalom|
|Formát||231 x 326 mm|