A straighter lined, simpler, early 20th C style following on from Art Nouveau but carrying on the same new energy, innovation and invention  from science, art, interior design, architecture, gardens, watches, clocks, electric light, railroad travel, vacuum cleaners, and cars.

The 1930’s-1940’s were a time of glamour and increased wealth and social freedom, drawing on many different influences  such as Neoclassicism, Futurism, Fauvism, Cubism, Modernism, Constructivism.





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