|提及的人：||Koloman Moser; Koloman Moser; Koloman Moser|
Koloman Moser; Christian Witt-Dörring; Ronald S Lauder; Renée Price; Rainald Franz; Ernst Ploil; Elisabeth Schmuttermeier; Janis Staggs; Angela Völker; Neue Galerie New York.; Museum of Fine Arts, Houston.
|注意：||"This catalogue has been published in conjunction with the exhibition Koloman Moser: Designing Modern Vienna, 1897-1907, Neue Galerie New York, May 23, 2013-September 2, 2013, Museum of Fine Arts, Houston, September 25, 2013-January 12, 2014"--Title page verso.|
|描述：||399 pages : illustrations (chiefly color) ; 29 cm|
|内容：||Preface / Ronald S. Lauder --
Foreword / Renée Price --
Introduction / Christian Witt-Dörning --
Graphic art / Rainald Franz --
Interiors and furniture / Christian Witt-Dörning --
Textiles, fashion, and theater costumes / Angela Völker --
Glass and ceramics / Ernst Ploil --
The Wiener Werkstätte / Elisabeth Schmuttermeier --
Biography / Janis Staggs --
|其他题名：||Designing modern Vienna 1897-1907|
|责任：||edited by Christian Witt-Dörring ; with preface by Ronald S. Lauder, foreword by Renée Price, and contributions by Rainald Franz, Ernst Ploil, Elisabeth Schmuttermeier, Janis Staggs, Angela Völker, and Christian Witt-Dörring.|
During his short career, Koloman Moser became a towering figure in Viennese culture. His varied work in interior and graphic design, furniture, textiles, jewelry, metalwork, glass, and earthenware helped usher in the modern era. This book surveys the entirety of Moser's oeuvre. It examines his work as a graphic designer and his involvement with the Vienna Secession, with special focus given to his role as an illustrator for the journal 'Ver Sacrum (Sacred Spring)'. Moser's forays into textile design and ceramic work are also introduced. The book features his designs for the Vienna Secession, Thonet Brothers, and the Mautner family, among others that characterize his early modern style. The book also explores Moser's seminal role as a founding member of the Vienna Workshops, along with architect Josef Hoffmann and patron Fritz Waerndorfer.