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Art Deco, sometimes referred to as Deco, is a style of visual arts, architecture and design that .... A similar movement developed in Italy. The first international ...

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Art Deco, also called style moderne, movement in the decorative arts and architecture that originated in the 1920s and developed into a major style in western ...

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The art deco style, which above all reflected modern technology, was characterized by smooth lines, geometric shapes, streamlined forms and bright, sometimes ...

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Learn more about Art Deco style homes and architecture! If you are looking to remodel your MD/DC/VA home, contact Bruce Wentworth for award winning ...

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The term "Art Deco" has its origins in the 1925 French art exposition at Le Musee des ... American Art Deco "took the best of European nationalistic styles and ...

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Art Deco, similar to Art Nouveau, is a modern art style that attempts to infuse functional objects with artistic touches. This movement is different from the fine arts ...

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The story of Art Deco occurs against the backdrop of the Roaring Twenties in the U.S. and a scarred ... His style was curvilinear, characteristic of Art Nouveau.

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A Brief History Of The Home: Art Deco and The 1930s (1918-1939) ... the Bauhaus and the International Modern style along with the use of reinforced concrete, ...

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Apr 7, 2011 ... The style that emerged in its wake was Art Deco, defined by luxury, ... also connected to French colonialism, which was at its brief height during ...