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Fall 1993 (Volume I, Number 1)

Articles

Kimberly A. Jones, "Henri IV and the Decorative Arts of the Bourbon Restoration, 1814–1830: A Study in Politics and Popular Taste"

Deborah Lee Trupin and Estelle Whelan, "In Search of Alaja: An Experiment in Matching Text to Textile"

Henriette Graf, "Southern German Writing Furniture in the Boulle Technique: Johann Puchwiser (c. 1680–1744) and His Workshop in Munich"

Susan M. Dixon, "Giovanni Battista Piranesi's Diverse maniere d'adornare i cammini and Chimneypiece Design as a Vehicle for Polemic"

Ulrich Leben, "New Light on the École Royale Gratuite de Dessin: The Years 1766–1815"

Geoffrey Beard, "Two Eighteenth-Century English Furniture Puzzles Reassessed"

Book Reviews

Nina Stritzler on Magdelena Droste and Manfred Ludewig, Marcel Breuer Design

Pat Kirkham on Bernard Cotton, The English Regional Chair, and Christopher Gilbert, English Vernacular Furniture 1750–1900

Nicola Gordon Bowe on Petr Wittlich, Prague: Fin de Siècle, and David Crowley, National Style and Nation-State: Design in Poland from the Vernacular Revival to the International Style
 
 

Spring 1994 (Volume I, Number 2)

Articles

Wendy R. Salmond, "Design Education and the Quest for National Identity in Late Imperial Russia: The Case of the Stroganov School"

Susan Houghton Libby, "An Adjustable Means of Expression: A Selection of Édouard Vuillard's Decorative Works of the 1890s"

Wolfram Koeppe, "French Renaissance and Pseudo-Renaissance Furniture in American Collections"

Diane Taylor, "Keith Murray, a Modernist Designer in Glass, Ceramics, and Metal"

Eva B. Ottillinger, "Imperial Patronage and Self-Promotion in Mid-Ninenteenth-Century Vienna: A Table by Anton Müller in the Hofmobiliendepot"

Book Reviews

Christina H. Nelson on Régine de Plinval de Guillebon, Musée du Louvre, Département des objets d'art, catalogue des porcelaines françaises, Vol. 1

Helena Hayward on Sigrid Sangl, Das Bamberger Hofschreinerhandwerk im 18. Jahrhundert

Hans Ottomeyer on Un âge d'or des arts décoratifs 1814–1848

Henry Hawley on Tessa Murdoch, ed., Boughton House. The English Versailles

Terence Dewsnap on Malcolm Kelsall, The Great Good Place: The Country House and English Literature

Margaret Swain on Xanthe Brooke, The Lady Lever Art Gallery: Catalogue of Embroideries

Peter Thornton on Ian Gow, The Scottish Interior: Georgian and Victorian Decor
 
 

Fall 1994 (Volume II, Number 1)

Articles

Linda Komaroff, "Paintings in Silver and Gold: The Decoration of Persian Metalwork and Its Relationship to Manuscript Illustration"

Stéphane Boiron, "An Example of Ecclesiastical Furniture: The Tabernacle by André-Charles Boulle for the High Altar of the Church of St.-Germain-le-Vieux"

Anna Czarnocka, "Vernis Martin: The Lacquerwork of the Martin Family in Eighteenth-Century France"

Robert F. Trent, "A Channel Islands Parallel for the Early Eighteenth-Century Connecticut Chests Attributed to Charles Guillam"

Barry R. Harwood, "Two Early Thonet Imitators in the United States: The Henry I. Seymour Chair Manufactory and the American Chair-Seat Company"

Book Reviews

Wolfram Koeppe on David DuBon and Theodore Dell, The Frick Collection: An Illustrated Catalogue, ed. Joseph Focarino. Vol. 5, Furniture: Italian and French; and vol. 6, Furniture and Gilt Bronzes: French

Susan M. Dixon on John Wilton-Ely, Piranesi as Architect and Designer

Martin P. Levy on Charlotte Gere and Michael Whiteway, Nineteenth-Century Design from Pugin to Mackintosh

Jane Shadel Spillman on Charles R. Hajdamach, British Glass, 1800–1914

Helena Hayward on Giancarlo Ferraris, Pietro Piffetti e gli ebanisti a Torino, 1670–1838, ed. Alvar González-Palacios
 
 

Spring 1995 (Volume II, Number 2)

Articles

David Crowley, "The Uses of Peasant Design in Austria-Hungary in the Late Nineteenth and Early Twentieth Centuries"

Kevin L. Stayton and Martha Deese, "The Patented Folding Mirrors of Peter Wiederer's Firm, New York City, 1880s–1905: Technology, Style, and Marketing"

Notes

Tamara Préaud, "The Sèvres Porcelain Service of Catherine II of Russia: The Truth Concerning Payment"

Thibaut Wolvesperges, "The Royal Lacquer Workshop at the Gobelins, 1713–1757"

Stéphane Castelluccio, "The Two Apartments of Mme du Barry at the Château de Marly"

Book Reviews

Hans Ottomeyer on Samuel John Klingensmith, The Utility of Splendor: Ceremony, Social Life, and Architecture at the Court of Bavaria, 1600–1800

Helmut Ricke on Rosa Barovier Mentasti, Venetian Glass 1890–1990, and Marc Heiremans, Art Glass from Murano 1910–1970

Cheryl Robertson on Wendy A. Cooper, Classical Taste in America 1800–1840

Jack L. Lindsey on David L. Barquist, American Tables and Looking Glasses in the Mabel Brady Garvan and Other Collections at Yale University

Susan Houghton Libby on Gloria Groom, Édouard Vuillard, Painter-Decorator: Patrons and Projects,1892–1912

Carla Rahn Phillips on Anne Kraatz, La Compagnie française de Russie: Histoire du commerce franco-russe aux XVIIe et XVIIIe siècles
 
 

FallWinter 19951996 (Volume III, Number 1)

Articles

Helen Clifford, "The Silver at Brasenose College, Oxford: Patterns of Purchase and Patronage in the Eighteenth and Nineteenth Centuries"

Thomas Campbell, "Tapestry Quality in Tudor England: Problems of Terminology"

Note

Christine Cornet, "A Long-Case Musical Clock by David Roentgen and Peter Kinzing, Neuwied, Germany"

Book Reviews

David Crowley on Nicola Gordon Bowe, ed., Art and the National Dream: The Search for Vernacular Expression in Turn-of-the-Century Design

Jane Shadel Spillman on Arlene Palmer, Glass in Early America: Selections from The Henry Francis du Pont Winterthur Museum, and Kenneth M. Wilson, American Glass, 1706–1930: The Toledo Museum of Art

Ulysses Grant Dietz on Charles L. Venable, Silver in America, 1840–1940: A Century of Splendor

Joyce Henri Robinson on Aimée Brown Price, Pierre Puvis de Chavannes

Linda Komaroff on Sheila S. Blair and Jonathan M. Bloom, The Art and Architecture of Islam, 1250–1800

Page Talbott on John Morley, Regency Design: Gardens, Buildings, Interiors, Furniture

Gerald W. R. Ward on John R. Porter, ed., Living in Style: Fine Furniture in Victorian Quebec
 
 

SpringSummer 1996 (Volume III, Number 2)

Articles

Alicia M. Priore, "François Boucher's Designs for Vases and Mounts"

Lesley Ellis Miller, "Between Engraving and Silk Manufacture in Late Eighteenth-Century Lyons: Marie-Anne Brenier and Other Point Papermakers"

Frédéric Ballon, "Teaching the Decorative Arts in the Nineteenth Century: The École Gratuite de Dessin, Paris"

Natalie Adamson, " 'Circles of Belief ': Patronage, Taste, and Shared Creativity in Odilon Redon's Decorative Painting"

Book Reviews

Pat Kirkham on Alan Crawford, Charles Rennie Mackintosh, Pamela Robertson, Charles Rennie Mackintosh: Art is the Flower, and Elizabeth Wilhide, The Mackintosh Style

Christina Corsiglia on Bernard Bumpus, Pâte-sur-Pâte: The Art of Ceramic Relief Decoration 1849–1992

Edwin A. Churchill on Brock W. Jobe, ed., Portsmouth Furniture: Masterworks from the New Hampshire Seacoast

Nicola Gordon Bowe on Claudia Kinmouth, Irish Country Furniture 1700–1950, and Elizabeth Cumming, Phoebe Anna Traquair, 1852–1936
 
 

FallWinter 19961997 (Volume IV, Number 1)

Articles

Kimberly A. Jones, "Jean-Paul Laurens, the Gobelins Manufactory, and the Tapestry Revival of the Third Republic"

Eva B. Ottillinger, "The 'Dionysus Centerpiece' by Valentin Teirich and Decorative Arts Reform in Late Ninteenth-Century Vienna"

Stéphane Laurent, "Teaching the Applied Arts to Women at the École Duperré in Paris, 18641940"

Richard Mills, "Motif and Variations: A Study of Dutch Art Nouveau Ceramic and Carpet Designs by T. A. C. Colenbrander"

Book Reviews

J. Abbott Miller on Pat Kirkham, Charles and Ray Eames: Designers of the Twentieth Century

John Morley on Alain Gruber, ed., The History of Decorative Arts: The Renaissance and Mannerism in Europe

Rochelle Gurstein on Jules Lubbock, The Tyranny of Taste: The Politics of Architecture and Design in Britain 1550–1960

Scott T. Swank on Marion Nelson, ed., Norwegian Folk Art: The Migration of a Tradition

Joyce Henri Robinson on Frances S. Connelly, The Sleep of Reason: Primitivism in Modern European Art and Aesthetics, 1725–1907

Walter B. Denny on Nurhan Atasoy and Julian Raby, Iznik: The Pottery of Ottoman Turkey

Priscilla P. Soucek on Robert Hillenbrand, Islamic Architecture: Form, Function, and Meaning

Exhibition Review

Mechtild Baumeister and Wolfram Koeppe on Ulrich Leben, Bernard Molitor, 17751833: Ébéniste parisien d'origine luxembourgeoise/Pariser Kunsttischler Luxemburger Herkunft
 
 

SpringSummer 1997 (Volume IV, Number 2)

Articles

Nancy Owen, "Marketing Rookwood Pottery: Culture and Consumption, 18831913"

Sabine Thümmler, "The Battle of Austerlitz Scenic Wallpaper: New Dating and Old Politics"

Anne Watson, "Not Just a Sideboard: E. W. Godwin's Celebrated Design of 1867"

Notes

Tamara Préaud, "Transfer-Printing Processes Used at Sèvres in the Late Eighteenth and Early Nineteenth Centuries"

Virginia Davis, "Frederic Edwin Church's Acquisitions of Mexican Textiles"

Book Reviews

Penny Sparke on Jeffrey L. Meikle, American Plastic: A Cultural History

Stefanie Walker on Jennifer Montagu, Gold, Silver, and Bronze: Metal Sculpture of the Roman Baroque

Michele Majer on Aileen Ribeiro, The Art of Dress: Fashion in England and France 1750 to 1820

Lorenz Seelig on Eva Maria Hoyer, Sächsischer Serpentin: Ein Stein und seine Verwendung

June Sprigg on Timothy D. Rieman and Jean M. Burks, The Complete Book of Shaker Furniture

John Morley on Alain Gruber, ed., L'art décoratif en Europe, vol. 2, Classique et baroque; and vol. 3, Du néoclassicisme à l'art déco

Leslie Bussis Tait on Paul Binski, Westminster Abbey and the Plantagenets: Kingship and the Representation of Power, 1200–1400

Priscilla P. Soucek on Robert Hillenbrand, ed., The Art of the Saljuqs in Iran and Anatolia
 
 

FallWinter 19971998 (Volume V, Number 1)

Articles

Elena Bespalova, "Leon Bakst's Textile and Interior Design in America"

Christopher Long, "Wiener Wohnkultur: Interior Design in Vienna, 19101938"

Marianne Lamonaca, "Tradition as Transformation: Gio Ponti's Program for the Modern Italian Home, 19281933"

Susan Solny, "Some Unusual Stylistic Preferences in New York Cellaret Design, 18101834"

Note

Edith A. Standen, "Rich Arras—Mean Tapestry"

Book Reviews

Dennis P. Doordan on Wendy Kaplan, ed., Charles Rennie Mackintosh

Bernard D. Cotton on Nancy Goyne Evans, American Windsor Chairs

 Janet E. Kennedy on Wendy R. Salmond, Arts and Crafts in Late Imperial Russia: Reviving the Kustar Art Industries, 1870–1917

Pat Kirkham on Christopher Gilbert, Pictorial Dictionary of Marked London Furniture, 1700–1840

Jutta-Annette Bruhn on Anna-Elisabeth Theuerkauff-Liederwald, Venezianisches Glas der Veste Coburg

William Hutton on Ole Villumsen Krog, ed., Kongelige Glas/Royal Glass: An Exhibition of Four Centuries of Table Glass, Glass Services, and Goblets

Nancy Owen on Bert Denker, ed., The Substance of Style: Perspectives on the American Arts and Crafts Movement

Clarence Burton Sheffield Jr. on Christian Norberg-Schulz, Nightlands: Nordic Building
 
 

SpringSummer 1998 (Volume V, Number 2)

Articles

Thomas Campbell, "New Light on a Set of 'History of Julius Caesar' Tapestries in Henry VIII's Collection"

Lucia Curta, "Constructing an 'Imagined Community': The Romanian Classroom at the University of Pittsburgh, 19271943"

Laura Microulis, "Charles Hindley & Sons, London House Furnishers of the Nineteenth Century: A Paradigm of the Middle-Range Market"

Book Reviews

Ingeborg Cleve on Carolyn Sargentson, Merchants and Luxury Markets: The Marchands Merciers of Eighteenth Century Paris

Pat Kirkham on Linda Parry, William Morris; Charles Harvey and Jon Press, Art, Enterprise and Ethics: The Life and Works of William Morris; Fiona MacCarthy, William Morris: A Life for Our Time; Peter Davey, Arts and Crafts Architecture; Wendy Hitchmough, C. F. A. Voysey; Leslie Hayward, Poole Pottery: Carter & Company and Their Successors, 1873–1995; Jeremy Myerson, Makepeace: A Spirit of Adventure in Craft and Design; and Nicholas Ind, Terence Conran: The Authorized Biography

Laurie A. Stein on Frederic J. Schwartz, The Werkbund: Design Theory & Mass Culture before the First World War

Hans Ottomeyer on Angela Völker, with Ruperta Pichler, Biedermeierstoffe: Die Sammlungen des MAK--Österreichisches Museum für angewandte Kunst, Wien, und des Technischen Museums Wien

Clarence Burton Sheffield Jr. on Widar Halén, ed., Art Deco, Funkis, Scandinavian Design

Mienke Simon Thomas on Titus M. Eliëns, Marjan Groot, and Frans Liedelmeijer, eds., Dutch Decorative Arts 1880–1940

Vibeke Woldbye on Hanns-Ulrich Mette, Der Nautiluspokal: Wie Kunst und Natur miteinander spielen

Angela Völker on Sarah B. Sherrill, Carpets and Rugs of Europe and America

Sarah B. Sherrill, Author's response to the review
 
 

FallWinter 19981999 (Volume VI, Number 1)

Articles

Astrid Skjerven, "'Like a Sculptural Painting': Arne Korsmo's Interior Architecture in Norway after World War II"

Clive Edwards, "Reclining Chairs Surveyed: Health, Comfort, and Fashion in Evolving Markets"

Toni Greenbaum, "Constructivism and American Studio Jewelry, 1940 to the Present"

Sarah B. Sherrill, "The 'Landskip' Identified in an English Fire-Screen Panel, 17501755"

Book Reviews

Geoffrey de Bellaigue on Brigitte Langer and Hans Ottomeyer, eds., Die Möbel der Residenz Munchen, vol. 1, Die französischen Möbel des 18. Jahrhunderts

Catharina Berents on Georg Himmelheber, Cast-Iron Furniture and All Other Forms of Iron Furniture

Christina H. Nelson on Geneviève Le Duc, Porcelaine tendre de Chantilly au XVIIIe siècle

Catherine Bindman on Barry R. Harwood, The Furniture of George Hunzinger: Invention and Innovation in Nineteenth-Century America

Michael Bath on Anthony Wells-Cole, Art and Decoration in Elizabethan and Jacobean England: The Influence of Continental Prints, 1558–1625

Samuel Albert on Damjan Prelovsek, Joze Plecnik, 1872–1957: Architectura Perennis

Lieske Tibbe on Mienke Simon Thomas, De Leer van het ornament: Versieren volgens voorschrift, 1850–1930

Clarence Burton Sheffield Jr. on Barbro Hovstadius and Ann Thorson Walton, eds., Ferdinand Boberg: Arkitekten som allkonstnar

Toni Greenbaum on Martha Gandy Fales, Jewelry in America 1600–1900, and Diana Scarisbrick, Tudor and Jacobean Jewellery
 
 

SpringSummer 1999 (Volume VI, Number 2)

Articles

Susan Weber Soros, "Rediscovering H.W. Batley (18461932), British Aesthetic Movement Artist and Designer"

Elizabeth L. Kerr Fish, "Edward C. Moore and Tiffany Islamic-Style Silver, c. 18671889"

Serena Totman Bechtel, "Changing Perceptions of Children c. 1850c. 1925 as Reflected in American Silver"

Note

Barry R. Harwood, "The Furniture of George Hunzinger: Afterthoughts on the Exhibition and Catalogue"

Book Reviews

Graham Hood on Patricia E. Kane, Colonial Massachusetts Silversmiths and Jewelers

 Nancy Owen on Leora Auslander, Taste and Power: Furnishing Modern France

Nancy Owen on Marilee Boyd Meyer, ed., Inspiring Reform: Boston's Arts and Crafts Movement

Christopher Long on Marla C. Berns, ed., The Furniture of R.M. Schindler; Matthias Boeckl, Gabriele Koller, and Erika Patka, eds., Otto Prutscher, 1880–1949: Architektur, Interieur, Design; Roberto Festi, Josef Zotti, architetto e designer, 1882–1953/Architekt und Designer; and Peter Noever, ed., Die Überwindung des Utilitat: Dagobert Peche und die Wiener Werkstatte

Clarence Burton Sheffield Jr. on Ingeborg Glambek, Det Nordiske i Arkitektur og Design Sett Utenfra

Priscilla P. Soucek on Geoffrey Kahn, Arabic Papyri: Selected Material from the Khalili Collection, and Geoffrey Kahn, Arabic Papyri of the 7th to 11th Centuries

Priscilla P. Soucek on François Déroche, The Abbasid Tradition: Qur'ans of the 8th to the 10th Centuries A.D., The Nasser D. Kahalili Collection of Islamic Art

 Marie Lukens Swietochowski on Milo Cleveland Beach and Ebba Koch, King of the World: The Padshahnama: An Imperial Mughal Manuscript from The Royal Library, Windor Castle
 
 

FallWinter 19992000 (Volume VII, Number 1)

Articles

Rossella Froissart-Pezone, "The École Nationale des Arts Décoratifs in Paris Adapts to Meet the Twentieth Century"

James M. Sutton, "The Decorative Program at Elizabethan Theobalds: Educating an Heir and Promoting a Dynasty"

Fabienne Chevallier, "Finland through French Eyes: Alvar Aalto's Pavilion at the Paris International Exhibition of 1937"

Book Reviews

Alain Gruber on Bruno Pons, Waddesdon Manor: Architecture and Panelling

Simon Jervis on Brigitte Langer, Alexander Herzog von Wurttemberg, Hans Ottomeyer, Christoph Graf von Pfeil, and Sigrid Sangl, eds., Die Möbel der Residenz Munchen, vol. 2, Die deutschen Möbel des 16. bis 18. Jahrhunderts, and Reinier Baarsen, Duitse meubelen/German Furniture

David L. Barquist on Peter M. Kenny, Frances F. Bretter, and Ulrich Leben, Honoré Lannuier, Cabinetmaker from Paris: The Life and Work of a French Ébéniste in Federal New York

 Tessa Murdoch on Christopher Gilbert, Furniture at Temple Newsam House and Lotherton Hall, vol. 3

Erik Kruskopf on Harri Kalha, Muotopuolen merenneidon pauloissa: Suomen taideteollisuuden kultakausi: Mielikuvat, markkinointi, diskurssit (In the Coils of an Asymmetrical Mermaid: The Golden Age of Finnish Design: Image, Marketing, Discourse)

Michelle Facos on Michael Snodin and Elisabet Stavenow-Hidemark, Carl and Karin Larsson: Creators of the Swedish Style

Clarence Burton Sheffield Jr. on Leena Mannila, God Form i Norge: Jacob-Prisens Vinnere 1957–1995/Good Form in Norway: Winners of the Jacob Prize 1957–1995

Sigrid Wortmann Weltge on Ingrid Radewaldt, ed., Gunta Stölzl—Meisterin am Bauhaus Dessau: Textilien, Textilentwurfe and und freie Arbeiten 1915–1983

Catherine Bindman on Beth L. Holman, ed., Disegno: Italian Renaissance Designs for the Decorative Arts

Samuel Albert on Dora Wiebenson and Jozsef Sisa, eds., The Architecture of Historic Hungary
 
 

SpringSummer 2000 (Volume VII, Number 2)

Articles

Karen L. Kettering, "An Introduction to the Design of the Moscow Metro in the Stalin Period: 'The Happiness of Life Underground'"

Karen L. Kettering, "Sverdlov Square Metro Station: 'The Friendship of the Peoples' and the Stalin Constitution"

Jane Friedman, "Soviet Mastery of the Skies at the Mayakovsky Metro Station"

Isabel Wünsche, "Homo Sovieticus: The Athletic Motif in the Design of the Dynamo Metro Station"

Christopher Long, "'A Symptom of the Werkbund': The Spring 1912 Exhibition at the Austrian Museum for Art and Industry, Vienna"

Note

Alexander von Solodkoff, "A Lost 'Machine d'Argent' of 1754 by François-Thomas Germain"

Book Reviews

James G. Harper on Lucia Meoni, Gli arazzi nei musei fiorentini: La collezione medicea: Catalogo completo, 1: La manufattura da Cosimo I a Cosimo II (1545–1621)

Kenneth L. Ames on Dell Upton, Architecture in the United States

Christoper Long on Susanne Anna, ed., Das Bauhaus im Osten: Slowakische und Tschechische Avantgarde 1928–1939

Lauren M. O'Connell on Anne Odom and Liana Paredes Arend, A Taste for Splendor: Russian Imperial and European Treasures from the Hillwood Museum

Nancy Owen on Cleota Reed and Stan Skoczen, Syracuse China

Nancy Owen on Myrna Kaye, There's a Bed in the Piano: The Inside Story of the American Home

Pamela Kladzyk on Jan K. Ostrowski et al., Land of the Winged Horsemen: Art in Poland 1572–1764
 
 

FallWinter 20002001 (Volume VIII, Number 1)

Women Designers in the USA, 19002000

Articles

Pat Kirkham and Ella Howard, "Women and Design: Guest Editors' Introduction"

Ella Howard, "Feminist Writings on Twentieth-Century Design History, 19701995: Furniture, Interiors, Fashion"

Ann E. Komara, "The Glass Wall: Gendering the American Society of Landscape Architects"

Judith B. Tankard, "Defining Their Turf: Pioneer Women Landscape Designers"

Jennifer Howe, "Breaking the Mold: The Metalwork of Maria Longworth Storer"

Ashley Brown, "Ilonka Karasz: Rediscovering a Modernist Pioneer"

Marlyn R. Musicant, "Maria Kipp: Autobiography of a Hand Weaver"

Stephanie Day Iverson, "'Early' Bonnie Cashin, before Bonnie Cashin Designs, Inc."

Interviews

Ronald T. Labaco, " 'The Playful Search for Beauty': Eva Zeisel's Life in Design"

Melissa W. M. Seiler and Pat Kirkham, "Lella Vignelli on Vignelli: Design, History, Concepts, and Collaboration"

Ella Howard, "The Design 'Adventure' of Gere Kavanaugh"

Ella Howard, "Judith Leiber and the Handbag as High Art"

Book Reviews

Judy Attfield on Victoria de Grazia, ed., with Ellen Furlough, The Sex of Things: Gender and Consumption in Historical Perspective

Juliet Kinchin on Joan Rothschild, ed., Design and Feminism: Re-Visioning Spaces, Places, and Everyday Things

Pat Kirkham on Christine Boydell, The Architect of Floors: Modernism, Art, and Marion Dorn Designs; Lynne Walker, ed., Drawing on Diversity: Women, Architecture and Practice; and Colin McDowell, Forties Fashion and the New Look

Sarah Lichtman on Penny Sparke, As Long as It's Pink: The Sexual Politics of Taste, and Tag Gronberg, Designs on Modernity: Exhibiting the City in 1920s Paris

Amy F. Ogata on Alice T. Friedman, Women and the Making of the Modern House: A Social and Architectural History

Ellen Mazur Thomson on Martha Scotford, Cipe Pineles: A Life of Design

Lynne Walker on Tanya Harrod, The Crafts in Britain in the 20th Century

Catherine L. Whalen on Katherine Martinez and Kenneth L. Ames, eds., The Material Culture of Gender, the Gender of Material Culture, and Pat Kirkham, ed., The Gendered Object
 
 

SpringSummer 2001 (Volume VIII, Number 2)

Articles

Roberta A. Mayer and Carolyn K. Lane, "Disassociating the 'Associated Artists': The Early Business Ventures of Louis C. Tiffany, Candace T. Wheeler, and Lockwood de Forest"

Rossella Froissart-Pezone, "Félix Aubert, Art dans Tout, and Art Nouveau Lace"

Sylvie Martin, "The École Nationale des Arts Décoratifs in Paris: Architecture and the Applied Arts between the World Wars"

Barbara D. McMillan, "Tea and Empathy: The Architects' Tea Service, 19321933, and Its American Precedents"

Book Reviews

Victor Margolin on Judy Attfield, ed., Utility Reassessed: The Role of Ethics in the Practice of Design

Kenneth L. Ames on Galen Cranz, The Chair: Rethinking Culture, Body, and Design

Gabrielle Esperdy on J. Stewart Johnson, American Modern, 1925–1940: Design for a New Age

Ann Smart Martin on Henry Glassie, Material Culture

Christopher Long on Otto Antonia Graf, Otto Wagner, vol. 6, Baukunst des Eros, 1889–1899, and Otto Antonia Graf, Otto Wagner: Denkend zeichnen, zeichnend denken, suppl. to vol. 6

Rainald Franz on Michael Snodin and Maurice Howard, Ornament: A Social History since 1450, and Peter Thornton, Form & Decoration: Innovation in the Decorative Arts, 1470–1870

Nancy Owen on Mary Warner Blanchard, Oscar Wilde's America: Counterculture in the Gilded Age

Nancy Owen on Nancy E. Green and Jessie Poesch, Arthur Wesley Dow and American Arts & Crafts

Geoffrey Beard on Nicholas Cooper, Houses of the Gentry, 1480–1680; J. T. Cliffe, The World of the Country House in Seventeenth-Century England; and Peter Mandler, The Fall and Rise of the Stately Home

Lucille A. Roussin on Roger Ling, Ancient Mosaics
 
 

FallWinter 20012002 (Volume IX, Number 1)

Historiographies and Methodologies in the Decorative Arts

Articles

Beth L. Holman, "Historiographies and Methodologies—Past, Present, and Future Directions: Guest Editor's Introduction"

Mary Margaret Fulghum, "Under Wraps: Byzantine Textiles as Major and Minor Arts"

Katherine W. Rinne, "The Landscape of Laundry in Late Cinquecento Rome"

Elizabeth S. Cohen and Thomas V. Cohen, "Open and Shut: The Social Meanings of the Cinquecento Roman House"

Laurier G. Turgeon, "Material Culture and Cross-Cultural Consumption: French Beads in North America, 15001700"

Catherine L. Whalen, "American Decorative Arts Studies at Yale and Winterthur: The Politics of Gender, Gentility, and Academia"

Book Reviews

Iain Buchanan on Clifford M. Brown and Guy Delmarcel, Tapestries for the Courts of Federico II, Ercole, and Ferrante Gonzaga, 1522–1563

Christopher Long on Marcus Kristan, Joseph Urban: Die Wiener Jahre des Jugendstilarchitekten und Illustrators 1872–1911; Arnold Aronson, Architect of Dreams: The Theatrical Vision of Joseph Urban; and Erika Patka, ed., Bertold Löffler: Vagant zwischen Secessionismus und Neobiedermeier

Gail S. Davidson on Susan Day, Jean-Charles Moreux: Architecte-décorateur-paysagiste

Lisa Monnas on Luca Molà, The Silk Industry of Renaissance Venice

Nancy Owen on Ronald G. Pisano, The Tile Club and the Aesthetic Movement in America

Clare Le Corbeiller on Katherine Purcell, Falize: A Dynasty of Jewelers

Amy Ogata on Jeffrey A. Auerbach, The Great Exhibition of 1851: A Nation on Display

Megan B. Aldrich on Susan B. Matheson and Derek D. Churchill, Modern Gothic: The Revival of Medieval Art

Kathy Peiss on Susannah Handley, Nylon: The Story of a Fashion Revolution: A Celebration of Design from Art Silk to Nylon and Thinking Fibres
 
 

SpringSummer 2002 (Volume IX, Number 2)

Articles

Christopher Long, "The New American Interior: Paul T. Frankl in New York, 19141917"

W. Owen Harrod, "Bruno Paul's Typenmöbel, the German Werkbund, and Pragmatic Modernism, 19081918"

Koenraad Brosens, "Brussels Tapestry Producer Judocus de Vos (1661/621734)—New Data and Design Attributions"

Lesley Ellis Miller, "Mysterious Manufacturers: Situating L. Galy, Gallien et Compe. in the Eighteenth-Century Lyons Silk Industry"

Note

Pat Kirkham, " 'A Message of Hope': Reflections on Gender and Gentility in 'American Decorative Arts Studies at Yale and Winterthur' by Catherine Whalen"

Book Reviews

Anne Kraatz on Hans Christoph Ackermann, Seidengewebe des 18. Jahrhunderts, vol. 1, Bizarre Seiden; Regula Schorta, ed., Seidengewebe des 18. Jahrhunderts: Die Industrien in England und in Nordeuropa/18th-Century Silks: The Industries of England and Northern Europe; and Luca Molà, Reinhold C. Mueller, and Claudio Zanier, eds.., La seta in Italia dal medioevo al seicento: Dal baco al drappo

Susan H. Libby on Gloria Groom, ed. Beyond the Easel: Decorative Painting by Bonnard, Vuillard, Denis, and Roussel, 1890–1930, exh. cat.

Thomas J. Schlereth on Susan Strasser, Waste and Want: A Social History of Trash

Rebecca Houze on Isabelle Frank, ed., The Theory of Decorative Arts: An Anthology of European & American Writings, 1750–1940

Kenneth L. Ames on Henry Glassie, The Potter's Art; and Robin Hildyard, European Ceramics

Lucy Reed on Moira Vincentelli, Women and Ceramics: Gendered Vessels

Hugh Prince on Stephen Daniels, Humphry Repton: Landscape Gardening and the Geography of Georgian England
 
 

FallWinter 20022003 (Volume X, Number 1)

Articles

Robin D. Jones, "'Furniture of Plain but Substantial Kind' at the British Governors' Houses in Ceylon, c. 18301860"

Jennifer Pitman, "China's Presence at the Centennial Exhibition, Philadelphia, 1876"

Clive Edwards, "Dummy Board Figures as Images of Amusement and Deception in Interiors, 16601800"

Nina Gray and Pamela Herrick, "Decoration in the Golden Age: The Frederick W. Vanderbilt Mansion, Hyde Park, New York"

Book Reviews

Anthony Alofsin on Julie L. Sloan, Light Screens: The Leaded Glass of Frank Lloyd Wright; and Julie L. Sloan, Light Screens: The Complete Leaded-Glass Windows of Frank Lloyd Wright

John Heskett on Regina Lee Blaszczyk, Imagining Consumers: Design and Innovation from Wedgwood to Corning

Pat Kirkham on Amin Jaffer, Furniture from British India and Ceylon: A Catalogue of the Collections in the Victoria and Albert Museum and the Peabody Essex Museum

Andrew Morrall on Cecilia de Carli, I deschi da parto e la pittura del primo rinascimento toscano; Jacqueline Marie Musacchio, The Art and Ritual of Childbirth in Renaissance Italy; and Catherine Hess, Maiolica in the Making: The Gentili/Barnabei Archive

Wolfram Koeppe on Jacques Thirion, Le mobilier du Moyen Age et de la Renaissance en France; and Alain Erlande-Brandenburg, Hugues Sambin: Un créateur au XVIe siècle (vers 1520–1601)

Ellenor Alcorn on Barry Shifman and Guy Walton, eds., Gifts to the Tsars, 1500–1700: Treasures from the Kremlin

Ellenor Alcorn on Jorunn Fossberg and Widar Halén, Norway's Silver Heritage: 1000 Years of Norwegian Silver

Lark E. Mason Jr. on Sarah Handler, Austere Luminosity of Chinese Classical Furniture

Philip D. Zimmerman on David B. Warren, Michael K. Brown, Elizabeth Ann Coleman, and Emily Ballew Neff, American Decorative Arts and Paintings in the Bayou Bend Collection

Heather Jane McCormick on Anna Tobin D'Ambrosio, Masterpieces of American Furniture from the Munson-Williams-Proctor Institute
 
 

Spring-Summer 2003 (Volume X, Number 2)

Articles

Christopher Long, "The Werkstätte Hagenauer: Design and Marketing in Vienna between the World Wars"

W. Owen Harrod, "The Deutsche Werkstätten and the Dissemination of Mainstream Modernity"

Christine W. Laidlaw, "Painting with Silken Threads: Fanny Dixwell Holmes and Japanism in Nineteenth-Century Boston"

Richard Mills, "Axes of Construction: An Analysis of Dutch Art Nouveau Carpet Designs by T. A. C. Colenbrander"

Book Reviews

Pascal-François Bertrand on Guy Delmarcel, Flemish Tapestry

Tristan Weddigen on Anna Rapp Buri and Monica Stucky-Schürer, Burgundische Tapisserien

Gerald W. R. Ward on Ronald L. Hurst and Jonathan Prown, Southern Furniture, 1680–1830: The Colonial Williamsburg Collection; and Donald C. Peirce, Art & Enterprise: American Decorative Art, 1825–1917: The Virginia Carroll Crawford Collection

Juliet Kinchin on David Jones, ed., The Edinburgh Cabinet and Chair Makers' Books of Prices 1805–1825

Katherine S. Howe on Amelia Peck and Carol Irish, Candace Wheeler: The Art and Enterprise of American Design, 1875–1900

Jennifer Howe on Nancy E. Owen, Rookwood and the Industry of Art: Women, Culture, and Commerce, 1880–1913

Jutta-Annette Page on Peter Rath, ed., Lobmeyr 1823: Helles Glas und klares Licht; and Waltraud Neuwirth, Schöner als Bergkristall: Ludwig Lobmeyr, Glas Legende/Surpassing the Beauty of Rock Crystal: Ludwig Lobmeyr, Glass Legend

Stella Beddoe on Paul Greenhalgh, ed., Art Nouveau 1890–1914

Michele Majer on Aileen Ribeiro, Ingres in Fashion: Representations of Dress and Appearance in Ingres's Images of Women

Mary W. Blanchard on Charlotte Gere, with Lesley Hoskins, The House Beautiful: Oscar Wilde and the Aesthetic Interior
 
 

FallWinter 20032004 (Volume XI, Number 1)

Tenth Anniversary Issue

Articles

Koenraad Brosens, "Charles Le Brun's Meleager and Atalanta and Brussels Tapestry c. 1675"

Charissa Bremer-David, "French & Company and American Collections of Tapestries, 19071959"

Marnie P. Stark, "Mounted Bezoar Stones, Seychelles Nuts, and Rhinoceros Horns: Decorative Objects as Antidotes in Early Modern Europe"

Daniela Di Castro, "The Cabinetmaker Pietro Porciani at the Palazzo Chigi, Rome, 1762"

Book Reviews

Pascal-François Bertrand on Thomas P. Campbell, Tapestry in the Renaissance: Art and Magnificence

Pascal-François Bertrand on Patrick Michel, Mazarin, prince des collectionneurs: Les collections et l'ameublement du Cardinal Mazarin (1602–1661): Histoire et analyse

Daniela Di Castro on Per Bjurström and Mårten Snickare, eds., Nicodemus Tessin the Younger: Sources, Works, Collections: Catalogue des livres, estampes & desseins du cabinet des beaux-arts, & des sciences appartenant au Baron Tessin, Stockholm 1712; and Patricia Waddy, ed., with contributions by Bo Vahlne, Guy Walton, and Jan von Gerber, Nicodemus Tessin the Younger: Sources, Works, Collections: Traictè dela decoration interieure 1717

Beth L. Holman on Dora Thornton, The Scholar in His Study: Ownership and Experience in Renaissance Italy

Christopher Long on Renée Price, ed., with Pamela Kort and Leslie Topp, New Worlds: German and Austrian Art, 1890–1940; and Timothy O. Benson, ed., with Monika Król, Central European Avant-Gardes: Exchange and Transformation, 1910–1930

Thomas S. Michie on Nancy E. Richards and Nancy Goyne Evans, with Wendy A. Cooper and Michael S. Podmaniczky, and research assistance by Clare G. Noyes, New England Furniture at Winterthur: Queen Anne and Chippendale Periods

 Jean M. Burks on Donald F. Fennimore, Metalwork in Early America: Copper and Its Alloys from the Winterthur Collection

Monica Penick on George H. Marcus, Design in the Fifties: When Everybody Went Modern; and Brooke Kamin Rapaport and Kevin L. Stayton, eds., Vital Forms: American Art and Design in the Atomic Age, 1940–1960

Robin D. Jones on Nicholas A. Brawer, British Campaign Furniture: Elegance under Canvas, 1740–1914
 
 

SpringSummer 2004 (Volume XI, Number 2)

Articles

Elana Shapira, "Dressing a Celebrity: Adolf Loos's House for Josephine Baker"

Rodris Roth, "Oriental Carpet Furniture: A Furnishing Fashion in the West in the Late Nineteenth Century"

Olga Zorzi Pugliese, "The Mosaic Ceiling of 1933 at the Royal Ontario Museum and Its Craftsmen: The Untold Story"

Rachel Bean, "The Art and Advertising of Benziger Brothers' Church Goods Manufacture, New York, 18791937"

Book Reviews

Frances Collard on Hugh Roberts, For the King's Pleasure: The Furnishing and Decoration of George IV's Apartments at Windsor Castle

Ellenor Alcorn on David L. Barquist, Myer Myers: Jewish Silversmith in Colonial New York

Rebecca Houze on Christopher Long, Josef Frank: Life and Work

Michael J. Brody on Wendy M. Watson, Italian Renaissance Ceramics from the Howard I. and Janet H. Stein Collection and the Philadelphia Museum of Art

Amy Gale on Andrew Casey, 20th Century Ceramic Designers in Britain; and Ann Eatwell and Andrew Casey, eds., Susie Cooper: A Pioneer of Modern Design

Rossella Froissart-Pezone on Renaud d'Enfert, L'enseignement du dessin en France: Figure humaine et dessin géometrique (1750–1850)

Anne Kraatz on Pauline Johnstone, High Fashion in the Church: The Place of Church Vestments in the History of Art from the Ninth to the Nineteenth Century; and Guy Delmarcel, ed., Flemish Tapestry Weavers Abroad: Emigration and the Foundation of Manufactories in Europe

 Elizabeth S. Ettinghausen on Harald Böhmer et al., Koekboya: Natural Dyes and Textiles: A Colour Journey from Turkey to India and Beyond

Yolande Crowe on Gérard Degeorge and Yves Porter, L'art de la céramique dans l'architecture musulmane / The Art of the Islamic Tile
 
 

FallWinter 20042005 (Volume XII, Number 1)

Articles

Christopher Long, "'The Works of Our People': Dušan Jurković and the Slovak Folk Art Revival"

W. Owen Harrod, "Toward a Transatlantic Style: The Vereinigte Werkstätten für Kunst im Handwerk and German Modernism in the United States"

Rebecca Houze, "National Internationalism: Reactions to Austrian and Hungarian Decorative Arts at the 1900 Paris Exposition Universelle"

Lucia Curta, "Painter and King: Gustav Klimt's Early Decorative Work at Peleş Castle, Romania, 18831884"

Book Reviews

Glenn Adamson on Robert D. Mussey Jr., The Furniture Masterworks of John & Thomas Seymour

Robert Vitz on Anita J. Ellis, The Ceramic Career of M. Louise McLaughlin

Ellen E. Roberts on Jennifer L. Howe, ed., Cincinnati Art-Carved Furniture and Interiors

Gail S. Davidson on Susan Day, Art Deco and Modernist Carpets

Ezra Shales on Elizabeth Bonython and Anthony Burton, The Great Exhibitor: The Life and Work of Henry Cole

Timothy Parker on William W. Braham, Modern Color/Modern Architecture: Amédée Ozenfant and the Genealogy of Color in Modern Architecture

Robin D. Jones on Titus M. Eliëns, ed., Domestic Interiors at the Cape and in Batavia, 1602–1795

Priscilla P. Soucek on Richard Ettinghausen, Oleg Grabar, and Marilyn Jenkins-Madina, Islamic Art and Architecture, 650–1250

Priscilla P. Soucek on Ernst J. Grube et al., Cobalt and Lustre: The First Centuries of Islamic Pottery, vol. 9, The Nasser D. Khalili Collection of Islamic Art; and Géza Fehérvári, Ceramics of the Islamic World in the Tareq Rajab Museum
 
 

SpringSummer 2005 (Volume XII, Number 2)

Articles

Koenraad Brosens, "The Maîtres et Marchands Tapissiers of the Rue de la Verrerie: Marketing Flemish and French Tapestry in Paris around 1725"

James G. Harper, "Pietro Lucatelli, Pietro da Cortona, and the Arazzeria Barberini: Three New Attributions"

Janet Kennedy, "Domestic Politics: Reviving Russian Biedermeier Furniture in Alexandre Benois's St. Petersburg"

Kimberly A. Jones, "Art and Regional Identity: Jean-Paul Laurens and the Murals of the Capitole de Toulouse, 18921915"

Book Reviews

Alison Stewart on Andrew Morrall, Jörg Breu the Elder: Art, Culture, and Belief in Reformation Augsburg

Rossella Froissart-Pezone on Catherine Clarisse, Cuisine, recettes d'architecture

Rossella Froissart-Pezone on Luc Baboulet, ed., Le Paris des maisons: Objets trouvés, and Daniel Le Couédic, La maison et l'identité galvaudée

Elana Shapira on Radu Stern, Against Fashion: Clothing as Art, 1850–1930

Lee Talbot on Shelagh Vainker, Chinese Silk: A Cultural History

Sigrid Wortmann Weltge on Anja Baumhoff, The Gendered World of the Bauhaus: The Politics of Power at the Weimar Republic's Premier Art Institute, 1919–1932
 
 

FallWinter 20052006 (Volume XIII, Number 1)

Articles

Bernard Jacqué, "Wallpaper in the Royal Apartments at the Tuileries, 17891792"

Jérémie Cerman, "Wallpaper in the Bergès House near Grenoble: From Eclecticism to Art Nouveau"

Annette Leduc Beaulieu, "An Art Nouveau Experiment: Édouard Vuillard's Porcelain Wedding Service for Jean Schopfer, 1895"

Marilyn F. Friedman, "The United States and the 1925 Paris Exposition: Opportunity Lost and Found"

Book Reviews

Katja Schmitz-von Ledebur on Koenraad Brosens, A Contextual Study of Brussels Tapestry, 1670–1770: The Dye Works and Tapestry Workshop of Urbanus Leyniers (1674–1747)

Koenraad Brosens on Ebeltje Hartkamp-Jonxis and Hillie Smit, European Tapestries in the Rijksmuseum

Geoffrey Beard on John Cornforth, Early Georgian Interiors

Cindi Strauss on Charles L. Venable, Ellen F. Denker, Katherine C. Grier, and Stephen G. Harrison, China and Glass in America, 1880–1980: From Tabletop to TV Tray

Caroline M. Hannah on Jane Perkins Claney, Rockingham Ware in American Culture, 1830–1930: Reading Historical Artifacts

Clare Pollard on Gisela Jahn, Meiji Ceramics: The Art of Japanese Export Porcelain and Satsuma Ware 1868–1912

Jennifer Cottrill on Lucy Fischer, Designing Women: Cinema, Art Deco, and the Female Form
 
 

Spring–Summer 2006 (Volume XIII, Number 2)

Articles

Ellen E. Roberts, "A Marriage of 'the Extreme East and the Extreme West': Japanism and Aestheticism in Louis Comfort Tiffany's Rooms in the Bella Apartments"

Elana Shapira, "Modernism and Jewish Identity in Early Twentieth-Century Vienna: Fritz Waerndorfer and His House for an Art Lover"

Note

Alexander von Solodkoff, "The Rediscovery of a 1754 'Machine d'Argent' by François-Thomas Germain"

Book Reviews

Amy F. Ogata on Gabriel P. Weisberg, Edwin Becker, and Évelyne Possémé, eds., The Origins of L'Art Nouveau: The Bing Empire, and Rossella Froissart Pezone, L'Art dans Tout: Les arts décoratifs en France et l'utopie d'un Art nouveau, and Claire Leblanc, ed., Art et industrie: Les arts décoratifs en Belgique au XIXe siècle

Rossella Froissart-Pezone on Jean-Paul Bouillon, Félix Bracquemond et les arts décoratifs: Du japonisme à l'Art nouveau

Kristina Wilson on Mary McLeod, ed., Charlotte Perriand: An Art of Living, and Charlotte Perriand, Charlotte Perriand: A Life of Creation—An Autobiography

Gerald W. R. Ward on Donald Albrecht, Robert Schonfeld, and Lindsay Stamm Shapiro, Russel Wright: Creating American Lifestyle

Nonie Gadsden on Kristina Wilson, Livable Modernism: Interior Decorating and Design during the Great Depression

Monica Penick on Beatriz Colomina, Annmarie Brennan, and Jeannie Kim, eds., Cold War Hothouses: Inventing Postwar Culture from Cockpit to Playboy

Jean M. Burks on Donald L. Fennimore, Iron at Winterthur

Isabelle Frank on Aloïs Riegl, Historical Grammar of the Visual Arts, trans. Jacqueline E. Jung, foreword Benjamin Binstock
 
 

FallWinter 20062007 (Volume XIV, Number 1)

Articles

Charles Avery, "Benvenuto Cellini's Silver Statues of the Twelve Olympian Gods for Fontainebleau"

Creighton Gilbert, "Cellini's Other Medium: His Writings and Their Reception"

Pascal-François Bertrand, "A New Method of Interpreting the Valois Tapestries, through a History of Catherine de Médicis"

Koenraad Brosens, "Eighteenth-Century Brussels Tapestry and the Goût Moderne: Philippe de Hondt's Series Contextualized"

Tara Dudley, "Seeking the Ideal African-American Interior: The Walker Residences and Salon in New York"

Book Reviews

Christopher Long on Leslie Topp, Architecture and Truth in Fin-de-Siècle Vienna

 W. Owen Harrod on John V. Maciuika, Before the Bauhaus: Architecture, Politics and the German State, 1890–1920

John V. Maciuika on William Owen Harrod, Bruno Paul: The Life and Work of a Pragmatic Modernist

John Stuart Gordon on Jewel Stern, Modernism in American Silver: 20th-Century Design

 Jérémie Cerman on Lesley Hoskins, ed., The Papered Wall: The History, Patterns and Techniques of Wallpaper, 2nd ed.

Glenn Adamson on Neil Kamil, Fortress of the Soul: Violence, Metaphysics, and Material Life in the Huguenots' New World, 1517–1751
 
 

SpringSummer 2007 (Volume XIV, Number 2)

New Directions in the Study of American Modernist Design

Articles

Kristina Wilson, "Rethinking American Modernist Design, 19201940: Guest Editor's Introduction"

Christopher Long, "The Viennese Secessionsstil and Modern American Design"

Laura M. McGuire, "A Movie House in Space and Time: Frederick Kiesler's Film Arts Guild Cinema, New York, 1929"

Marilyn F. Friedman, "Defining Modernism at the American Designers' Gallery, New York"

Kristina Wilson, "The Avant-Garde and the Conservative in Lighting Design: The Modernism of Walter W. Kantack"

Carma R. Gorman, "The Changing Status of Design in Art in Every Day Life, 19251940"

Book Reviews

Christopher Long on Christian Brandstätter, Wiener Werkstätte: Design in Vienna, 1903–1932; Manu von Miller, Sonja Knips und die Wiener Moderne: Gustav Klimt, Josef Hoffmann und die Wiener Werkstätte gestalten eine Lebenswelt; Herta Neiß, Wiener Werkstätte: Zwischen Mythos und wirtschaftlicher Realität; Waltraud Neuwirth, ed., Wiener Werkstätte Katalog 1928; Peter Noever, ed., Yearning for Beauty: The Wiener Werkstätte and the Stoclet House; Renate Ulmer, Emanuel Josef Margold: Wiener Moderne, Künstlerkolonie Darmstadt, Corporate Design für Bahlsen, Neues Bauen in Berlin; and Die Wiener Werkstätte 1903–1928: Modernes Kunstgewerbe und sein Weg

Gail S. Davidson on Marilyn Friedman, Selling Good Design: Promoting the Early Modern Interior

Kenneth L. Ames on John R. Bowen and Conor O'Brien, Cork Silver and Gold: Four Centuries of Craftsmanship

Elizabeth Simpson on Yuri Kalashnik, Greek Gold from the Treasure Rooms of the Hermitage; Françoise Gaultier and Catherine Metzger, Trésors antiques: Bijoux de la collection Campana; and Electra Georgoula, ed., Greek Treasures from the Benaki Museum in Athens

Bernard Jacqué on Christine Velut, Décors de papier: Production, commerce et usages des papiers peints à Paris, 1750–1820

Stacey Sloboda on Carol A. Hrvol Flores, Owen Jones: Design, Ornament, Architecture, and Theory in an Age in Transition

Astrid Liverman on Catherine Méneux et al., Roger Marx: Un critique aux côtés de Gallé, Monet, Rodin, Gauguin . . ..
 
 

FallWinter 20072008 (Volume XV, Number 1)

Gifts in European Courts, 16th to 18th Centuries

Articles

Maureen Cassidy-Geiger, "European Diplomatic Gifts, Sixteenth-Eighteenth Centuries: Guest Editor's Introduction"

Corinne Thépaut-Cabasset, "Présents du Roi: An Archive at the Ministry of Foreign Affairs in Paris"

Cordula Bischoff, "Presents for Princesses: Gender in Royal Receiving and Giving"

Barbara Marx, "Medici Gifts to the Court of Dresden"

Evelyn Korsch, "Diplomatic Gifts on Henri III's Visit to Venice in 1574"

Archival Documents

Maureen Cassidy-Geiger and Jochen Vötsch, "Documents of Court Gifts Collected by Johann von Besser (16541729)"

Maureen Cassidy-Geiger with Michael Erwee and Jill Deupi, "From Rome to Beijing: A 1719 Document of Musical and Other Papal Gifts to China"

Book Reviews

Kenneth L. Ames on Olga Dmitrieva and Natalya Abramova, eds., Britannia & Muscovy: English Silver at the Court of the Tsars

Christopher Long on Elizabeth Clegg, Art, Design, and Architecture in Central Europe 1890–1920

Glenn Adamson on Jeffrey L. Meikle, Design in the USA

Laurel Waycott on Sarah D. Coffin, et al., Feeding Desire: Design and the Tools of the Table, 1500–2005

Caroline M. Hannah on Jan Marsh, William Morris & Red House

Elizabeth S. Ettinghausen on Joachim Gierlichs and Annette Hagedorn, eds., Islamic Art in Germany

Rossella Froissart-Pezone on Jérémy Cerrano, ed., Pierre-Victor Galland, 1822–1892: Un Tiepolo français au XIXe siècle; Jean-Paul Bouillon, ed., Maurice Denis (1870–1943); Jean-Paul Bouillon, Maurice Denis: Six essais; André Gide and Maurice Denis; Correspondance 1892–1945, ed. Pierre Masson and Carina Schäfer with Claire Denis; and Agnès Delannoy et al., Maurice Denis: La Légende de saint Hubert 1896–1897
 
 

SpringSummer 2008 (Volume XV, Number 2)

Articles

W. Owen Harrod, "Unfamiliar Precedents: Plywood Furniture in Weimar Germany"

Pamela J. Warner, "Framing, Symmetry, and Contrast in Edmond de Goncourt's Aesthetic Interior"

Diana Strazdes, "Style, Symbols, and Persuasion: Leland Stanford's Sacramento Ball of 1872"

Yumiko Yamamori, "Japanese Arts in America, 18951920, and the A. A. Vantine and Yamanaka Companies"

Book Reviews

John Stuart Gordon on Christopher Long, Paul T. Frankl and Modern American Design

Roberta A. Mayer on Alice Cooney Frelinghuysen, ed., Louis Comfort Tiffany and Laurelton Hall: An Artist's Country Estate; and Martin Eidelberg, Nina Gray, and Margaret K. Hofer, A New Light on Tiffany: Clara Driscoll and the Tiffany Girls

Freyja Hartzell on Hans Ottomeyer, Klaus Albrecht Schröder, and Laurie Winters, Biedermeier: The Invention of Simplicity

Grace Lees-Maffei on David Raizman and Carma R. Gorman, eds., Objects, Audiences and Literatures: Alternative Narratives in the History of Design

Rachael B. Goldman on Annamaria Giusti, Pietre Dure: The Art of Semiprecious Stonework

Anne Wealleans on Judy Attfield, Bringing Modernity Home: Writings on Popular Design and Material Culture
 
 

Fall–Winter 2008–2009 (Volume XVI, Number 1)

Issues in Interior Design History

Articles

Jeremy Aynsley, Pat Kirkham, and Penny Sparke, "Issues in Interior Design History: Guest Editors’ Introduction"

Flora Dennis, "Sound and Domestic Space in Fifteenth- and Sixteenth-Century Italy"

Deborah L. Krohn, "Picturing the Kitchen: Renaissance Treatise and Period Room"

Jeffrey Collins, "Marshaling the Muses: The Vatican’s Pio-Clementino Museum and the Greek Ideal"

Juliet Kinchin, "Performance and the Reflected Self: Modern Stagings of Domestic Space, 18601914"

Cheryl Buckley, "From York to New Earswick: Reforming Working-Class Homes, 18991914"

Caroline Maniaque, "Adjusting to Le Corbusier at the Maisons Jaoul in Neuilly"

Amy F. Ogata, "Building Imagination in Postwar American Children’s Rooms"

Book Reviews

Patricia Allerston on Marta Ajmar-Wollheim and Flora Dennis, eds., At Home in Renaissance Italy, and Elizabeth Currie, Inside the Renaissance House

Grace Lees-Maffei on Jeremy Aynsley and Charlotte Gere, eds., with Harriet McKay, Imagined Interiors: Representing the Domestic Interior since the Renaissance

Kenneth L. Ames on Claudia Kinmonth, Irish Rural Interiors in Art

Lynne Walker on Pamela Robertson, ed., Doves and Dreams: The Art of Frances Macdonald and J. Herbert McNair, and Elizabeth Cumming, Hand, Heart and Soul: The Arts and Crafts Movement in Scotland

Jeremy Aynsley on Charles Rice, The Emergence of the Interior: Architecture, Modernity, Domesticity

Penny Sparke on Anne Wealleans, Designing Liners: A History of Interior Design Afloat

Pat Kirkham on Christian Witt-Dörring, ed., Josef Hoffmann: Interiors 1902–1913

Sarah Teasley on Mori Hitoshi, et al., Japanese Modern: Retrospective Kenmochi Isamu; Kitamura Hitomi, et al., Riki Watanabe: Innovating in Modern Living; and Motohashi Kosuke, et al., Moriya Nobuo
 
 

Spring–Summer 2009 (Volume XVI, Number 2)

Textiles in Modern Architecture

Articles

Kate Holliday, "Unraveling the Textile in Modern Architecture: Guest

Editor ’s Introduction"

Rebecca Houze, "Hungarian Nationalism, Gottfried Semper, and the Budapest Museum of Applied Art"

Kate Holliday, "Walls as Curtains: Architecture and Humanism in Ralph Walker’s Skyscrapers of the 1920s"

Marianne Eggler, "Divide and Conquer: Ludwig Mies van der Rohe and Lilly Reich’s Fabric Partitions at the Tugendhat House"

Monica Penick, "Integrated Design: Alfred Browning Parker and the Pace Setter House Textiles, 1954"

Elizabeth Cleland, "Small-Scale Devotional Tapestries—Fifteenth and Sixteenth Centuries, Part 1: An Overview"

Elizabeth Cleland, "Small-Scale Devotional Tapestries—Fifteenth and Sixteenth Centuries, Part 2: The ‘Mystic Grapes Group’"

Book Reviews

Gerald W. R. Ward on Frances Gruber Safford, American Furniture in The Metropolitan Museum of Art: 1. Early Colonial Period: The Seventeenth-Century and William and Mary Styles

Simon Swynfen Jervis on Tessa Murdoch, ed., Noble Households: Eighteenth-Century Inventories of Great English Houses: A Tribute to John Cornforth

Anna Hoffman Steinhardt on Pierre Arizzoli-Clémentel and Xavier Salmon, eds., Marie-Antoinette, and Martin Chapman et al., Marie-Antoinette and the Petit Trianon at Versailles

Elana Shapira on Renée Price, ed., Gustav Klimt: The Ronald S. Lauder and Serge Sabarsky Collections

Glenn Adamson on Michael McKeon, The Secret History of Domesticity: Public, Private, and the Division of Knowledge

Rossella Froissart-Pezone on Rémi Labrusse, ed., Purs décors? Arts de l’Islam, regards du XIXe siècle, Collections des Arts Décoratifs, and Sophie Makariou, Chefs-d’oeuvres islamiques de l’Aga Khan Museum, and Assadullah Souren Melikian-Chirvani, Le chant du monde: L’art de l’Iran safavide, 1501–1736, and Jean-Paul Roux, Dictionnaire des arts de l’Islam

David P. Handlin on Kathryn E. Holliday, Leopold Eidlitz: Architecture and Idealism in the Gilded Age

Samuel Albert on Shona Kallestrup, Art and Design in Romania, 1866–1927: Local and International Aspects of the Search for National Expression

Rachael Goldman on Sarah E. Lawrence, Piranesi as Designer

Daniel Alcouffe on Odile Nouvel-Kammerer, Symbols of Power: Napoleon and the Art of the Empire Style, 1800–1815
 
 

Fall–Winter 2009–2010 (Volume XVII, Number 1)

Final Issue

Articles

Nina Lewallen, “Architecture and Performance at the Hôtel du Maine in Eighteenth-Century Paris”

Michael Bohr, “A London Writing Cabinet for Cosimo III: A Late Seventeenth-Century Furniture Type and the Anglo-Indian Art Trade”

Bernard Jacqué, “Drapery Wallpapers by Dufour and Dufour & Leroy, 1808–1830: Imitation or Creation?”

Marlene Ott, “Progressive Design for a Progressive Journal: Verner Panton’s Interiors for the Spiegel Building in Hamburg”

Michele Majer, “La Mode à la girafe: Fashion, Culture, and Politics in Bourbon Restoration France”

Aziza Gril-Mariotte, “Topical Themes from the Oberkampf Textile Manufactory, Jouy-en-Josas, France, 1760–1821”

Book Reviews

Hanns Hubach on Thomas P. Campbell, ed., Tapestry in the Baroque: Threads of Splendor

Nello Forti Grazzini on Thomas P. Campbell, Henry VIII and the Art of Majesty: Tapestries at the Tudor Court

Geoffrey Beard on Lucy Wood, The Upholstered Furniture in the Lady Lever Art Gallery

Martin Levy on Susan E. Stuart, Gillows of Lancaster and London, 1730–1840: Cabinetmakers and International Merchants: A Furniture and Business History

Carolyn Kelly on Janis Staggs, ed., Wiener Werkstätte Jewelry

Carolyn Kelly on Lucy Creagh, Helena Kåberg, and Barbara Miller Lane, eds., Modern Swedish Design: Three Founding Texts

Anna Hoffman Steinhardt on Donald Albrecht, ed., Paris–New York: Design Fashion Culture 1925–1940

Michele Majer on Caroline Weber, Queen of Fashion: What Marie Antoinette Wore to the Revolution

Michele Majer on Ariane James Sarazin and Régis Lapasin, Gazette des atours de Marie-Antoinette: Garde-robe des atours de la reine: Gazette pour l’année 1782

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