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Mariano Fortuny: His Life and Work

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The most complete book to date on Mariano Fortuny (1871 - 1949) - painter, etcher, photographer, set designer, reformer of theatrical stage lighting, inventor and designer of furniture and fashion. Mariano Fortuny was a visionary designer and artist - best known today for his rich, innovative textiles and opulent dress designs, he was also an accomplished painter, etcher and photographer, as well as a designer of theatrical sets, costumes and lighting, revolutionising the stagecraft of the late nineteenth and early twentieth centuries with his ambitious lighting designs. Fortuny's varied and sumptuous output has acquired almost mythological status in the canon of early twentieth-century Aestheticism. Guillermo de Osma sets out to provide a complete and authoritative account of his life and work.

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Guillermo de Osma

Pages

320

Dimensions

24cm x 4cm x 31cm

ISBN

9781851778515

Product code

131743

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Guillermo de Osma

Guillermo De Osma read History of Art at the University of Madrid, and has worked in the print department at the Royal Academy of Spain and in the art department of Sotheby’s London. He organized the major exhibition 'Mariano Fortuny: Venice' at the Musée Historique des Tissus in Lyon, France.