Editor: Frederike Huygen Publisher: Museum Boymans, Rotterdam Publication: 1991, First Edition Binding: Perfect-bound Pages: 28 Size: 220 x 270mm Text: Dutch Design: 8vo, London Feature(s): Limited Edition of 1250
'153x acquisitions from the design collection' - Catalog of an exhibition held 24/3 - 20/5/91 at the Museum Boymans-Van Beuningen.
(Foreword) 'The Boymans-van Beuningen Museum has traditionally collected arts and crafts. After the Second World War, modern ceramics and unique pieces made of glass tali were added. Curator Bernardine de Neeve broadened his view in the 1970s to series glass and collected a lot of Leerdam glass. She also organised exhibitions of ionge jewellery makers. At that time, the then director J.C. Ebbinge Wubben a discussion group on industrial design. His successor W.A.L. Beeren converts the plans into policy. The acceptance of the loan from Van Beuningen-de Vriese, a collection of simple utensils from the Middle Ages to about 1800, lays the foundation for this.'
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