Von Habsburg (former president of Christie's European auction house and author of Faberge . The book is really great.
Von Habsburg (former president of Christie's European auction house and author of Faberge: Imperial Jeweler, LJ 5/15/94) approaches the subject by examining American collections formed over the last century. The opening chapter briefly describes the House of Faberge.
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A VERY GOOD, clean, tight, rthy copy. PROLIFICALLY ILLUSTRATED wi th 417 full-color photographs of Faberge pieces with accompanying descriptive captions. A FABERGE R GEM! Book published in conjunction with the 1996-97 traveling exhibition of the same name organized by the Fine Arts Museums of San Francisco.
The World Of fabergé. Fabergé Curatorial Director. In 1996/7 he curated Fabergé in America on behalf of the San Francisco Museum of Arts, which opened at the Metropolitan Museum, New York, attracting 400,000 visitors; travelled to the Fine Arts Museums of San Francisco; Richmond VA; New Orleans, LS; and Cleveland OH, totalling over 1 million visitors nationwide. He wrote/co-wrote 15 books and catalogues on the History of Collecting, Russian Art and Fabergé, some of which have been translated into Russian, German, French and Italian.
Faberge In America by Geza Von Habsburg. Thames and Hudson, New York, Fine Arts Museums of San Francisco, 1996. Palladio in America, 1st Ed. Walter M. Whitehill and Frederick D. Nichols. 20th Century Italian Books.
by Geza von Habsburg. The outstanding legacy of the Russian goldsmith and jeweler Carl Faberge has captured the public's imagination for many years. During his lifetime, Faberge's extravagant jewelry and "objects d'art" brought him patronage from the world's most affluent people, and throughout this century his work has been avidly collected by public art institutions and individuals
This book accompanied the exhibition, Faberge In America, organized by the Fine Arts Museums of San Francisco. Title: Faberge In America Author: Geza von Hasburg Publisher: Thames and Hudson, Ltd. Place: New York, .
This book accompanied the exhibition, Faberge In America, organized by the Fine Arts Museums of San Francisco. The exhibitions were held at the Metropolitan Museum of Art, the Fine Arts Museums of San Francisco, Virginia Museum of Arts, Richmond, New Orleans Museum of Art and the Cleveland Museum of Art 1996 - 1997.
The term was first mentioned by auctioneer and Fabergé book author Dr. Geza Habsburg-Lothringen in his article Fabergé in America. Today the term is a part of the expertise vocabulary in the vast and popular field of Fabergé products. It is even used in a recent museum show only about Fauxbergé items. The terms mainly refers to items that are exact copies or replicas of historical Fabergé products of the time period between 1842 and 1918. Fauxbergé jewelry started to show up on the market as soon as the Fabergé brand became a house hold name in the European aristocratic circles.