Studio: international art — 90.1925

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THE PARIS INTERNATIONAL
EXHIBITION, 1925. SECOND ARTI-
CLE : THE CZECHO - SLOVAKIAN
PAVILION. BY GABRIEL MOUREY



THE participation of Czecho-Slovakia
in the exhibition is a matter of no
small importance, and has aroused as much
interest among the general public as in
artistic circles. Taken as a whole, the
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" PRINTING." TAPESTRY IN THE SERIES
REPRESENTING THE ARTS AND CRAFTS
OF CZECHO-SLOVAKIA. DESIGNED BY F.
KYSELA, EXECUTED BY MME. TEINITZEROVA

(Internat. Exhn. of Modern Decorative and
Industrial Arts, Paris)

work sent in by the Republic has a strongly-
marked character of its own and evinces
a bold attempt to evolve a modern art
from the traditions of the country, as
much in the teaching in the schools of
decorative art as in the works of the artists
and craftsmen. This gives to the Checho-
slovakian Pavilion and the various sections
on the Esplanade des Invalides and in the
Grand Palais, occupied by Czecho-Slo-
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