Sculptures & Textiles and Applied art

(1800 - 1980)

About

Sculptures & Textiles and Applied art

 

Sculpture is the branch of the visual arts that operates in three dimensions. It is one of the plastic arts. Durable sculptural processes originally used carving (the removal of material) and modelling (the addition of material, as clay), in stone, metal, ceramics, wood and other materials but, since Modernism, there has been an almost complete freedom of materials and process. A wide variety of materials may be worked by removal such as carving, assembled by welding or modelling, or moulded or cast.

 

Textile arts are arts and crafts that use plant, animal, or synthetic fibers to construct practical or decorative objects. Textiles have been a fundamental part of human life since the beginning of civilization. The methods and materials used to make them have expanded enormously, while the functions of textiles have remained the same, there are many functions for textiles. Whether it be clothing or something decorative for the house/shelter. The history of textile arts is also the history of international trade. Tyrian purple dye was an important trade good in the ancient Mediterranean. The Silk Road brought Chinese silk to India, Africa, and Europe, and, conversely, Sogdian silk to China. Tastes for imported luxury fabrics led to sumptuary laws during the Middle Ages and Renaissance. The Industrial Revolution was shaped largely by innovation in textiles technology: the cotton gin, the spinning jenny, and the power loom mechanized production and led to the Luddite rebellion.

Artworks in this theme

The 20 year old Endre Ady (1924)

Dezső Bokros Birman

7,000 USD

Woven fabric (1970-es évek eleje)

Irén Balázs

2,000 USD

100000 (1989)

Klára Kuchta

12,000 USD

Jewellery box with panther (1907)

Sándor Muhits

4,500 USD

Schmoll paste (around 1928)

Sándor Bortnyik

40,000 USD

Hand painted vase (Around 1920)

Margit Fiora

2,500 USD

Dancing women (1912)

Ferenc Medgyessy

6,000 USD

Bold Antiqua (around 1940)

György Hegyi

1,500 USD

Sky with white birds (1910-es évek)

Sándor Muhits

2,000 USD

The Harvesters (1910-es évek)

Sándor Muhits

4,000 USD

Grape Harvest (1923 körül)

Sándor Muhits

6,500 USD

Hungarian Folk Tales (1930-as évek)

Hajnalka Kontulyné Fuchs

2,000 USD

Endre Ady (Around 1920)

Fülöp Beck Ö.

2,000 USD

Flora turpentine soap (1927)

Róbert Berény

20,000 USD

related artists

Klára Kuchta

(1941)

see artist page

Irén Balázs

(1935 - 2012)

see artist page

Dezső Bokros Birman

(1889 - 1965)

see artist page

Sándor Bortnyik

(1893 - 1976)

see artist page

Róbert Berény

(1887 - 1953)

see artist page

Miksa Róth

(1865 - 1944)

see artist page

István Pekáry

(1905 - 1981)

see artist page

Ervin Bossányi

(1891 - 1975)

see artist page

János Marosi Tímár

(1901 - 1961)

see artist page

György Békeffi

(1901 - 1944)

see artist page

Gyula Hincz

(1904 - 1986)

see artist page

András Rác

(1926 - 2013)

see artist page

Artúr Lakatos

(1880 - 1968)

see artist page

Margit Fiora

(1898 - 1984)

see artist page

Anna Lesznai

(1885 - 1966)

see artist page

Ferenc Medgyessy

(1881 - 1958)

see artist page

Ágnes Péter

(1949 - )

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Géza Faragó

(1877 - 1928)

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Henrik Ripszám

(1889 - 1876)

see artist page

Carla Undi

(1881 - 1956)

see artist page

Fülöp Beck Ö.

(1873-1945)

see artist page

Endre Szőllősi

(1911- 1967)

see artist page