Emil Milan: Midcentury Master (THE CENTER FOR) by Craig Edelbrock – CULTURAL HERITAGE BOOKS

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Emil Milan: Midcentury Master (THE CENTER FOR) by Craig Edelbrock

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Publisher : The Center for Art in Wood
Binding : Hardcover
Pages : 272
Publication Date : 5/31/2018
Condition : BRAND NEW
The first publication dedicated to the artist Emil Milan, illustrated with his finest artistic creations Previously unseen documents and photographs Rare artwork The artist is illuminated through stories and interviews from those who knew him best Milan's life story is woven through American history, including WWII and the American studio craft movement Midcentury modern design Artist Emil Milan (American, 1922-1985) was a major contributor to the studio craft movement in the 1950s and 60s. He was an innovator in woodworking tools and techniques, and a pioneer in using power tools to boost production. After training to be a sculptor at the Art Students League of New York, he developed and produced a distinctive line of "functional sculpture" - wooden bowls, trays, and serving ware - that captured the essence of Midcentury Modern Design. He stood with now legendary artists and designers like Wharton Esherick, Sam Maloof, Wendell Castle, Charles Eames, George Nakashima, and Bob Stocksdale (among others) in the most important exhibitions of fine craft in America. His wares were tailored for and sold in high-end retailers such as Hammacher Schlemmer, Saks Fifth Avenue and the original Pottery Barn store in Manhattan. After moving to rural Pennsylvania in 1961, he re-emerged as a teacher, mentor, and role model for dozens of successful artists and woodworkers who found inspiration in his teaching, his methods, and his self-sufficient lifestyle close to nature. After fading into obscurity following his death, this book rekindles awareness and appreciation of this remarkable American artist. Awards First Prize | 2018 | Exhibition Catalogues American Alliance of Museums | Museum Publications Design Competition CATEGORY: Institutions with budgets under $1,000,000 https://www.aam-us.org/programs/awards-competitions/2018-museum-publications-design-competition-winners-2/ Gold Medal | 2018 | Regional Non-Fiction Books, Mid-Atlantic Independent Publisher Book Awards http://www.ippyawards.com/130/medalists/2018-medalists-categories-1-42/regional-and-ebook Regional Winner | 2018 | Editorial Books, Midwest PRINT Regional Design Awards To be published in The Best of Design, Spring 2019 Winner | 2018 Creative Quarterly 53 To be published in January 2019

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