Watchmakers. The Masters of Art Horology

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Catalogue.

Conceived by Maxima Gallery and produced in 2018 on the occasion of the exhibition “Watchmakers. The Masters of Art Horology” (Rome, New York, Hong Kong, London)

Publisher: ACC Art Books

Designed by Stephen Reid, London;

Imagery by Guy Lucas de Peslouan

Hardcover

Size: 289 mm x 245 mm
Pages: 252
Illustrations: 136 colour

Language: English
Weight: 789 gr

ISBN-10: 1851499075

ISBN-13: 978-1851499076

Watchmakers. The Masters of Art Horology gathers the work of the most celebrated independent watchmakers in the world. Thirteen artisans, each a legend in the realm of haute horlogerie, tell their stories, describing the traditional working methods and prized watches upon which their reputations have been built. Photographs of the masters in their workshops bring their stories to life, along with detailed sketches and images of their watches in all their brilliant intricacy. Watchmakers also features insightful text from other leading figures of the independent watchmaking world, including Aurel Bacs of the Fondation Haute Horlogerie and Nicholas Foulkes, writer for Vanity Fair, The Telegraph and GQ, and author of the only authorised biography of Patek Philippe.

Weight 1 kg
Dimensions 4 x 24.5 x 28.9 cm
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Catalogue.

Conceived by Maxima Gallery and produced in 2018 on the occasion of the exhibition “Watchmakers. The Masters of Art Horology” (Rome, New York, Hong Kong, London)

Publisher: ACC Art Books

Designed by Stephen Reid, London;

Imagery by Guy Lucas de Peslouan

Hardcover

Size: 289 mm x 245 mm
Pages: 252
Illustrations: 136 colour

Language: English
Weight: 789 gr

ISBN-10: 1851499075

ISBN-13: 978-1851499076

Watchmakers. The Masters of Art Horology gathers the work of the most celebrated independent watchmakers in the world. Thirteen artisans, each a legend in the realm of haute horlogerie, tell their stories, describing the traditional working methods and prized watches upon which their reputations have been built. Photographs of the masters in their workshops bring their stories to life, along with detailed sketches and images of their watches in all their brilliant intricacy. Watchmakers also features insightful text from other leading figures of the independent watchmaking world, including Aurel Bacs of the Fondation Haute Horlogerie and Nicholas Foulkes, writer for Vanity Fair, The Telegraph and GQ, and author of the only authorised biography of Patek Philippe.

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Weight 1 kg
Dimensions 4 x 24.5 x 28.9 cm

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