The book »Rudolf Steiner – Alchemy of the Everyday« provides the first comprehensive overview of Steiner's creative work, while also examining his historic roots and his ongoing influence. Several essays by respected authors approach the phenomenon of Steiner from a variety of perspectives, examining topics such as the period in which his work evolved, the way that Steiner combined natural and spiritual science, his work in architecture, design and stage performance, and his influence on tendencies in present-day art. The essays are supplemented by an extensive catalogue section which presents Steiner's major works and compares them to those of important contemporaries and current artists. An illustrated biography completes the book, which represents the first effort to introduce an important figure of the twentieth century to a wide public.
336 pages, ca. 550 mostly coloured illustrations
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