National tendencies in Lithuanian interwar interior design (1918–1940)

Mokslo publikacijos / Scientific publications
Document Type:
Straipsnis / Article
Anglų kalba / English
National tendencies in Lithuanian interwar interior design (1918–1940)
In the Journal:
Załącznik kulturoznawczy. 2019, 6, p. 189-213
Reikšminiai žodžiai: Gerardas Bagdonavičius; Interjero dizainas; Jonas Kova-Kovalskis; Jonas Prapuolenis; Lenkai; Lietuviai; Lietuvos dailės istorija; Mstislavas Dobužinskis; Multikultūralizmas; Nacionalinis stilius; Rusai; Stasys Kudokas; Tarpukario Lietuva; Tarpukario laikotarpis; Tautinis stilius; Tautinis tapatumas; Vladimiras Dubeneckis; Žydai; Art history of Lithuania; Gerardas Bagdonavičius; Interior design; Interwar Lithuania; Interwar period; Jews; Jonas Kova-Kovalskis; Jonas Prapuolenis; Lithuanians; Mstislavas Dobužinskis; Multiculturalism; National Style; National identity; Poles; Russians; Stasys Kudokas; Vladimiras Dubeneckis.
dailės istorija; Daugiakultūriškumas / Multiculturalism; Interjero dizainas; Lenkai / Poles; Lietuviai / Lithuanians; Mstislavas Dobužinskis; Multikultūralizmas; Nacionalinis stilius; Rusai / Russians; Tarpukario laikotarpis; Tautinis stilius; Kultūrinis identitetas / Cultural identitity.
Summary / Abstract:

ENAfter proclaiming independence in 1918, one of the most important tasks was creation of new visual-architectural and design identity which was called ‘Lithuanian Style’ or ‘National Style’. That search for a new image had to be established by an intentional, wilful act which could be able to create a desired object in accordance with the pre-planned model. Because of the multi-national origin of the artists, their distinct education in various countries (Germany, Italy, Poland, Russia, etc.), and the multiculturalism of customers, the same idea of countries’ identity was realised in very different visual forms. This variety of Lithuanian interior design approaches was strived to be untangled for the first time in the scientific monograph Lithuanian Interwar Interiors 1918–1940. Meanwhile, the current article (due to the space limit) presents the idea of national tendencies in the interior design. The latter prompts the understanding that theoretical formulation of Lithuanian National Style was ultrarational, attractive, and suitable for different aesthetic tastes – above all, it truly represented various social strata and nations living in Lithuania at that time. [From the publication]

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