Allan Adler was an American artist and metalsmith who lived from 1896 to 1949. He was born in New York City, where he lived and worked for most of his life. Adler studied at the Parsons School of Design and subsequently attended the National Academy of Design, where he received formal training in the art of metalsmithing. He is best known for his contributions to the Art Deco movement, particularly his designs for flatware and hollowware. His later works included jewelry and objects made of mixed metals, many of which were designed for mass production and intended for the retail market. His work was characterized by a modern sensibility, often combining classic and modernist designs.
Allan Adler, Art Deco, Metalsmith, Jewelry, Objects.
— Mei Wang
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