London, Thames and Hudson, 1991 (first edition in English)/ 1991 (first edition, in French).
Large quarto, 352 pages with over 1000 illustrations (170 in colour).
Cloth; a fine copy with the lightly rubbed dustwrapper.
'The revival of interest in Art Deco and the applied and decorative arts of the 1920s and 30s has also led to the rediscovery of its leading practitioners. The Swiss-born French artist Jean Dunand (1877-1942) ranks as one of the most versatile and most prolific exponents, with his unmistakable flair for technical perfection, most notably in his metalwork and in his use of lacquer for decorative screens and panels, portraits and furniture' (dustwrapper blurb).