Art imitates life. This is a fact that most of us could easily agree with – but what happens when art gets to imitate art? It is not some emerging cheesy art deco subgenre we are talking about, but rather, those phony art pieces posing as authentic rare art. If
Spanning from the 1920’s to the 1940’s, art deco lamps, along with other pieces d resistant, dominated the Roaring Twenties. They seemed to represent the longings of a people who needed to escape the harsh realities of being caught in between two global wars.
What distinguishes art deco from other styles?