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Rudolf M Schindler by James Steele. Taschen, 1999. 180pp. £16.99

Rudolf Schindler must rank among the century's great unsung talents, writes Richard Weston. Working in then far-away Los Angeles, tainted by association with Frank Lloyd Wright, and bad-mouthed by his former friend, Richard Neutra, he was omitted by Philip Johnson from the canon of International Stylists exhibited at New York's Museum of Modern Art in 1932 and never won the recognition and public commissions his talent clearly deserved. All credit, then, to Taschen for bringing us this ...


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