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François Stahly

Francois Stahly, edited by Walter Herdeg, introduction by Carola Giedion-Welck­er (New York: Wittenborn & Co.), 1963. 83 pages, illustrated.

A HANDSOME BOOK, broadly presenting the many phases of Stahly’s career in a series of excellent photographs.

Stahly’s work in conjunction with architectural commissions is among his most interesting. If the writhing, or­ganic shapes of some of his fountains lose some of their impact in being fountains, the force of his forms be­come even more intensified in those commissions where he is permitted to work in a more integrated way with the architect. The stucco wall, for example, in the Chapel of the Holy Sacrament, Vatican Pavilion, at the 1958 Brussels Fair, the relief windows in the Church of St. Remy at Baccarat, Lorraine, and the aluminum facade for the “Paris-­Match” pavilion exhibited in the Salon des Arts Ménagers, Paris, 1955, are striking

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