Fleurs by Serge Gladky


More from the Glasgow School of Art book collection at the Internet Archive. Fleurs (1929) by Serge Gladky might be described as flowers à la mode, with the mode being Art Deco on the one hand and late Cubism on the other. Twenty-six plates present a variety of floral motifs and designs with some very striking arrangements of shapes and colours. Gladky produced a lot of work in this style, examples of which can be found in a Dover collection, Jazz Age Art Deco.



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