Art Deco: 1920 to 1940

Art Deco is a modern art style that aesthetically attempted and successfully replaced the Art Nouveau style while influencing both architecture and culture as a whole. Unlike the fine arts of painting and sculpture, this style tries to combine different functional objects with artistic touches. Before World War II began in Europe, it made its first appearance in France, covering virtually everything that could be included in a design such as jewelry, interiors, buildings, pop culture, and even dull objects like your clock, among other household appliances. With its broad-based reach, something that’s rare to find in a design trend, the style remains popular even today ever since its expedition in the 20th century.

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