Turin, 1902 was published as a portfolio of 50 plates in 1902. In the preface Leon Macht notes that the purpose of the book is to 'reflect, as a summary of the creation types, in broad lines the character of the Turin exhibition.' The plates include a sample of the important exhibition buildings, mostly by the Italian Art Nouveau architect Raimondo D'Aranco, examples of the work of various interior designers, including J.M. Olbrich, Victor Horta, and Peter Behrens, and plans of the exhibition grounds. This slide set is an exact duplication of the portfolio.Each image is an un-cropped image of the original plate.
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