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Art In Changing Timess Prebalom
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Art & Art Instruction
ISBN
9788071454120
Author
Abelovsk, J.
Publisher
Slovart
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  • 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 ...

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    Category Type
    Art & Art Instruction
    ISBN
    9788071454120
    Item EAN
    2724602627509
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    Author
    Abelovsk, J.
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    Publisher
    Slovart
    Category Type
    Art & Art Instruction
    ISBN
    9788071454120
    Item EAN
    2724602627509
    People
    Author
    Abelovsk, J.
    People
    Publisher
    Slovart
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    Paperback
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    English
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    Description:

    • 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
    • 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, this consideration demonstrates how art in Slovakia was exposed to many changes during this period.
 

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