Representing the Georgian interior in the Early Twentieth Century, 1890-1930.
Journal of Design History, 20(4) pp. 325–344.
This article forms part of a Special Issue on 'Designing and Redesigning the Georgian Interior'. It explores why the study of the interior was relatively late to emerge as a subject area through an examination of the interrelationships between historical writings, contemporary practice and methods of representation - particularly photography and montage drawings - in the first half of the Twentieth Century.
||Georgian; neo-Georgian; interiors; historiography; Twentieth Century
||Arts > Art History
||05 Oct 2007
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