5 Iconic Birds Interpretations In Jewelry
In this article I invite you to enjoy the originality and ingenuity of some iconic birds jewelry made by the important artists in the XX century and the variety of reading and emotions they convey.
Alphonse Mucha’s jewellery as extension of his art
Alfons Maria Mucha's creations go back to the end of the XIX century, during a period of changes and reinterpretations. "Le Style Mucha" became the embodiment of artistic searches, the Art Nouveau that originated in Belgium and France.
Poldi Pezzoli Museum, Milan
Imagine the reflection of different colors in the water, their play and sparkle in the sun rays of the. There above the fountain was an amazingly beautiful stained glass ceiling, destroyed during the bombing in 1943. It is located inside
Erté: “Art-to-wear” jewellery
Fashion and theatrical costume designer, graphic artist and sculptor, he remains i art history's brightest representative of the Art Deco style. Roman Petrovich Tyrtov, who called himself Erté after the French pronunciation of his initials, was one of the most
Marc Koven, his caged jewels and more
Not a long time ago I discovered a new for me name in jewellery history. It's Marc Koven. It has been written about him really very little.
Alberto Giorgi. Tradition and kinetic art
Alberto Giorgi worked in the Sixties at the time when programmed and kinetic art were emerging and the contrast between tradition and technology was sharply felt. From the very beginning of his artistic debut, the work of the artist was
The Twentieth-Century Italian Jewelry at the Milan Poldi Pezzoli Museum
The Twentieth-Century Italian Jewelry (Il gioiello italiano del XX secolo) exhibition, curated by jewelry historian Melissa Gabardi, was completed in March at the Milan Poldi Pezzoli Museum. For the first time the evolution of Italian jewelry in the 20th century