New illustrative book about
Eilif Møller and his decorative universe
New exciting illustrative book about the ceramics factory Møller and Bøgely and its artistic director Eilif Møllers. It describes his versatile life and work around Denmark and abroad during the Skønvirke period from approx. 1900-30.
As a sculptor, stucco artist, decoration painter and ceramicist, he had an unusual decorative talent, which was expressed in the many exciting work assignments he performed for some of Denmark's most famous architects.
He worked with and exhibited ceramics, decorated lamps, furniture, walls, ceilings, stoves,
carmine oven screens and made stucco work, all creative with inspiration taken from the oriental / organic world.
Churches, schools, private villas, restaurants, cinemas, train stations, museums, scout cabins and hospitals were his workplace, where he created decorative art.
The book is 346 pages long and contains lots of illustrations, pictures of ceramic works, stucco and decorative lamps.