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AA Journal 20.64

Aalto, Alvar 10.34–6, 19.48, 56, 27.16, 31.75

Abadie, Paul 14.6

Abbey, Edwin Austin 21.60, 24.50, 28.197

Abbey Theatre (Dublin) 9.29

Abbot Hall Museum (Kendal) 31.42

Abdulla Cigarettes 23.62–3

Abels, Gustaf 5.6

Abercrombie, Patrick 26.121, 127

Aberdeen 21.35–44

   Argyll Place and Crescent 21.37, 39

   Art Gallery 35.125

   Ecclesiological Society (later Scottish Ecclesiological Society) 21.35, 41–2, 44

   Episcopal Church 21.42

   Hamilton Place 21.35, 37, 39

   Philosophical Society 21.35

   Queens Cross Church 21.37

   St Machar’s Cathedral 23.40

   Seaton Cottage 23.34

   Society of Architects 21.35

   Victoria Park fountain 21.35

   West Kirk 23.42–3

Aberdeen Directory 21.35

Aberdeen, Ishbel-Maria, Lady 18.63

Abney Hall, Cheshire 25.54–5

Abspoel, Willem F. 7.34

Abu Dhabi 32.145

The Academy 23.93, 98

Academy of Fine Arts (Valenciennes) 21.119

Acatos (Peter) (pottery) 15.25

Accles and Pollock (furniture) 8.54

Ackroyd, Peter 35.77, 79

Acton Burnett Hall (Shrewsbury) 24.13

Acton, Sir Harold 35, 8.31–2, 35.136

Acton, William 8.32

Adam & Small 23.48

Adam, Robert 8.7, 33.62, 67

Adam, Stephen 23.33, 35, 48

Adam style 8.7, 9.45, 46

Adams, John 30.117

Adams, Katharine 28.193

Adams, Maurice B 26.61, 28.116

Adams, Percy 21.122

Adburgham, Alison 33.82, 34.38

Addams, Jane 28.67, 75

Addison, David 24.54

Addison, Ruth 33.14–15

Adelphi (London) 21.127–8

Adeney, Bernard 17.34

Adie Bros 17.61, 62

Adjani, Isabelle 22.87

Adler, Rose 1.38

Adlington, William Sampson 21.95

Admiralty Harbour (Dover) 21.109

Adnet, Jacques 27.18

Adnet, J.J. 8.40, 45, 27.18

Adshead, Mary 15.40, 22.47, 31.118

AEG 22.8, 11–12, 14, 22

Aesop’s fables 34.68, 72

Aesthetic Movement 1.14, 8.8, 25, 9.28, 12.16, 20, 13.22, 34, 51, 20.36, 21.29, 31, 75, 23.33–48, 87–100, 105, 25.42, 44, 26.44, 27.86, 28.18, 29.95, 112–17, 30.59–72, 31.142, 144–5, 33.77, 34.23–39, 59–74, 77, 113–34

Affelen, J. van 7.34

Aga Khan 22.87

Agar, Eileen 19.41–3, 45, 49

Agar, Herbert 19.57

Agar, Nancy 28.112, 115, 124

Ahlin, Albert 5.6

Aillaud, Émile 27.19

Ainsworth, Laura 26.89, 90

Aitchison, George 16.76, 18.2, 34.93, 103

Aitken, Sir Charles 12.43, 24.44

Aix-la-Chappelle 24.9

Akerlind factory 16.58

Akiba Museum of Antique Jewellery, Nasu (Japan) 24.96

Albeck, Pat 33.18, 24

Albert Palace Company 29.19

Albert, Prince 12.38, 14.24, 18.26, 28.34, 29.26, 30.9–11, 35.125

Albert Ware 32.109–10, 116

Albion newspaper 35.90

Albright, Madeline 26.98

Alcock, Sir Rutherford 26.73, 29.13, 16, 56, 61, 64, 34.117

Alcock, Samuel 34.15

Alcott, W. 27.103

Aldourie, (Loch Ness) 21.12, 14

Aldourie Potters’ Arts Guild 21.19

Aldred, Louise 4.27

Aldridge, John 15.40, 27.70

Alessi 29.95

Alexander & Howell (Glasgow) 10.11

Alexander, Edwin 31.149

Alexander (H. & A.G.) & Co (Rutherglen) 32.14

Alexander, William Cleverley 25.44

Alexandra Hotel (London) 8.44

Alexandra House (Kensington) 21.27–33

Alexandra Palace 29.14

Alexandra Palace Company 29.15

Alexandra, Queen 21.19, 27, 28, 32, 34, 23.78, 31.65, 34.54

Alexandria 21.27

Alford, Frank 26.74, 77–9

Alfred, Prince, Duke of Edinburgh 23.19, 29.16

Alfred University (New York State College of Ceramics) 17.23–6, 31

Alibhai-Brown, Yasmin 23.110

Alice, Princess 31.49

All Saints (Allerton) 25.43

All Saints Church (Brockhampton, Ross-on-Wye) 21.69, 73, 28.83, 95–6

All Saints Convent (St Albans) 21.122

All Saints Episcopal Church (Strichen) 21.42

All Saints (Kirk Hallam) 21.95

All Saints (Margaret Street, London) 26.23

Allan, Cockshut & Co (wallpaper) 14.10

Allan, Craig 6.47

Allan, Janie 26.92

Allangate (Halifax) 21.22–6

Allard (Paris) 22.85

Allen, Charles 21.122

Allen (David) & Sons of Harrow 22.62

Allen, Dora see Reeves, Dora Allen

Allen, George Warner 21.88, 89, 35.118

Allen, Thomas 13.29, 29.8

Allibone, Jill 16.7

Allingham, Helen 25.38

Alma-Tadema, Sir Lawrence 18.3, 21.56, 104, 23.43, 27.86, 88–9, 30.46, 35.42

Alt, W J 29.19

Altherr, Alfred 25.25, 30, 33

Altman’s department store (New York) 32.14

Alton Towers (Staffordshire) 24.8, 9, 25.49

Altrincham Guardian 31.36

Altrincham Technical Schools 31.37, 43

Altwasser porcelain 16.50

The Ambassador magazine 33.20, 91–105

Ambler, Thomas Benjamin 35.150–1, 154

The American Architect and Building News 20.24

American Art Galleries (New York) 24.43, 44

American Cathedral (Paris) 18.31.2, 35

American Ceramic Society 13.7, 17.31

The American Ceramic Society Bulletin 13.7

American Civil War 35.128–9

American Commission 1.5

American Elevator Company 21.28, 29

American Encaustic Tiling Company of Zanesville 9.48, 13.7

American Episcopal Church (Paris) 18.31–5

American Fashions 33.105

American Homes & Gardens 28.75

American Women’s League 13.6

American Women’s Political Union 26.97–8

America’s Cup 25.62–3

Amiens 14.7–9, 17.72

   L’Hôtel Bouctôt-Vagniez 14.6–9

   see also exhibitions and fairs

Ampleforth Journal 31.17

Amsterdam 22.7

   Applied Arts School 7.34

   Rijksmuseum 16.7

   Stedelijk Museum 11.11

   Theosophical Society 11.12

   see also exhibitions and fairs

An Túr Gloine Stained Glass Workshop (Dublin) 9.33, 18.62, 19.38

Anaglypta Co (wallpaper) 14.10, 13–14

Anderbjörk, Jan-Erik 5.5, 9

Anderson, Charles 31.129

Anderson, Sir Colin 2.29, 10.22

Anderson, Elizabeth Garrett 35.83, 87–8, 97–8

Anderson, George 28.37–8

Anderson, Green & Co (shipping) 10.22

Anderson, Robert Rowan 21.41, 44, 28.14, 24

Anderson, Skelton 35.87–8

Angelescu, General 23.29

Angelina (Paris) 22.85

Angell, Thomas William 30.53

Anglo-Japanese style 14.10, 18.37

Angriff, Der 26.113

Angus, Christine Drummond 25.24

Angus, Peggy 15.42, 26.121–33, 31.118, 131

Anhalter Bahnhoff (Berlin) 30.143

Ann Arbor University (Michigan) 18.42, 43

Annan, Dorothy 31.125–6

Annan, James Craig 9.5, 10.12

Annan (T. & R.) 10.10–11

Annand, Douglas 10.24, 25

Anning Bell, Robert see Bell, Robert Anning

Anrep, Boris 32.39

Anthony d’Offay Gallery 24.68

Apollinaire 21.119, 22.84, 86

Apollo 2.27, 16.35, 37–9, 24.44, 33.68

Apperley, Sir Alfred 28.119, 120, 121

Appleby, Malcolm 23.8

Aquitania (ship) 10.22, 22.67, 68, 72

Aragon, Louis 15.5, 22.86

Arbus, André 27.18

Archer, Bruce 29.84–5

Archipenko, Alexander 33.56

The Architect 17.7, 18.37, 21.5, 105, 109, 111, 111–12, 27.89

The Architects’ Journal 20.71, 26.125

Architectural Association 21.104, 31.10, 32.127

Architectural Exhibition Society 26.17–18

Architectural Review 1.3, 10, 2.27, 29, 7.12, 14, 10.2, 7, 8, 12.2, 15.40, 16.26, 18.6, 11, 19.31, 32, 43, 20.74, 22.54, 64, 25.13, 78, 26.55, 122, 124, 125, 27.63, 28.137, 31.110, 127

Architectural Society 29.31

The Architecture 16.15

Archive of Art and Design (London) 13.34

Arden, Elizabeth 27.9, 33.64, 100

Ardizzone, Edward 15.16, 22.61

Ardoul, Hartwig and Gérodias 27.17

Arfvidson, André 22.89

Argyle Street Tea Rooms (Glasgow) 10.10–14

Ark magazine 32.136

Arlen, Michael 8.29

Arlington Galleries (New York) 12.31

Armada Way mural (Plymouth) 31.133

Armand (architect) 22.88

Armfield, Constance (née Smedley) 12.28, 32–3, 35, 35.58

Armfield, Diana 15.41, 43

Armfield, Maxwell 12.26–36, 31.149, 151, 35.58

Armitage, A. H. Lee 31.36

Armitage, George Faulkner 21.112, 31.25, 36–45

Armitage, Joseph Frederick 21.124–6, 28.91, 98, 31.37

Armitage, Kenneth 33.67, 68, 103

Armitage and Rigby (cotton merchants) 31.36

Armstead, A.H. 24.27

Armstead, Hugh Henry 25.70, 71

Armstrong, John 10.24, 19.53, 31.151, 153

Armstrong, Louis 24.68

Armstrong, Martin 27.73

Armstrong, Thomas 23.72, 28.36

Armstrong, Sir William 17.13, 16, 31.62

Army and Navy Stores (London) 8.55, 19.41; catalogue 18.69

Arnim, Elizabeth von 28.72

Arnold, Charles 31.66

Arnold, Matthew 18.2

Arnold, Tom 15.27

Arnoux, A.J. 22.89

Arnoux, Joseph François Léon 23.87, 29.8, 30.11, 25, 46, 71, 35.151, 153

Arp, Hans 25.31

Arp, Jean 21.120, 33.56, 63

Arran Heritage Museum (Brodick) 26.92

Arras 17.69–70

Art Congress for the Development of Drawing and Art Teaching (1908) 13.24

Art Congress (Edinburgh, 1889) 28.13–16

Art Deco 21.15, 16, 68, 22.53, 84, 87, 89, 24.59, 60, 61, 67–77, 82, 27.10, 54, 31.88, 111, 151, 32.23

Art et Décoration 3.19, 19.2, 21.92–3

Art et Industrie 3.19

Art Fund see National Art Collections Fund (NACF)

Art Furnishers Alliance 14.11 and supplement, 20.21, 23, 25.42–3, 27.91–2, 28.155, 29.15, 17, 18, 93, 31.150

Art Furniture Company 18.38, 20.21

Art Gallery of Ontario 35.119

Art Journal 3.44, 13.10, 22, 23, 16.22, 50, 18.6, 38, 20.48, 49, 21.88, 89, 105, 22.75, 25.12, 38, 48, 49, 69, 87, 88, 91, 94, 97, 27.23, 25, 28.113, 156, 165, 29.10, 19, 30.46–7, 48, 52, 54, 31.31, 34.32, 131

Art News and Review 25.13

Art Nouveau 1.6, 4.18, 5.5, 23, 6.7, 37, 40, 7.9–14, 38, 9.9, 41, 43, 47, 11.7, 14, 12.16, 13.21, 23, 14.5, 7, 8, 18, 15.10, 16.9, 17.60, 67, 19.41, 20.43, 48–9, 21.9, 10, 12, 13, 14–15, 16, 37, 41, 43, 44, 51, 52, 75, 22.19, 37, 87, 88, 23.19, 23, 73, 24.54, 59, 60, 64–6, 82, 90, 96, 26.23, 41, 44, 29.20, 99, 31.33, 39, 50, 33.15, 34.38, 135

The Art Pavements & Decorations Co Ltd 18.59

Art photography 6.47–8

Art Pottery 13.10–14, 17.9, 28

Art Sacré 15.6

Art Union 25.12, 70

Art Union of London 22.35, 37, 26.30

Art Wood Carving, School of 13.24

Art Workers’ Committee 21.74

Art Workers’ Guild 1.32, 9.1, 31, 12.35, 13.4, 5, 23, 14.16, 17.3, 14, 20.32, 34, 36, 62, 21.69, 103, 104, 109, 112, 113, 124, 25.17, 29, 27.25, 66, 28.23, 24, 50, 90–1, 161, 187, 189, 194, 35.26, 96, 107, 118

The Art Workers’ Quarterly 26.41, 43, 46

The Art-Journal 21.88, 89, 105, 22.75

Arthur, Sir George 28.123

Arthur Jeffress Gallery (London) 24.62

Artificers’ Guild 28.115, 162, 35.14, 24, 26

Artillery Memorial (Hyde Park) 21.127

The Artist 12.35, 21.89, 90, 25.44, 28.90, 159, 31.40, 43

Artistes-Décorateurs 27.19

’Artistic Youth’ (Romanian artists) 23.19, 31

Artists Benevolent Society 21.86

Artists International Association 26.122

Artists’ Suffrage League 26.92

Arts and Crafts Exhibition Society 1.17, 1.18, 1.20, 9.32, 13.4, 13.19, 14.16, 14.19, 14.20, 17.3, 17.5, 17.7, 17.11, 17.54, 18.16, 18.17, 20.29, 20.39, 20.43, 20.44, 20.45, 20.46, 20.49-50, 20.51, 20.53, 20.62; show (1903) 9.56

Arts Club (London) 20.70

Arts Council of Great Britain 17.40, 24.65

Arts and Crafts Association 29.19, 34.122

Arts and Crafts Exhibition Society 1.17, 21.12, 50, 52, 90, 103, 104, 105, 108, 109, 111, 24.39, 41, 42, 25.11, 22, 29, 26.49, 97, 27.25–33, 28.23, 29, 86–90, 101, 150, 185, 187, 31.43, 35.13, 96, 114

Arts and Crafts movement 1.14, 19, 28, 30, 45, 5.14, 19–20, 23, 6.7, 37, 7.22, 37, 8.40, 9.7, 31, 41, 43, 50–1, 55, 56, 10.11, 11.5, 12, 12.16, 26, 38, 47, 48, 13.5, 21, 23, 34, 36, 14.10, 16, 44, 16.6, 17.5, 10, 13, 24–5, 28, 42, 49, 56, 59, 60, 67, 69, 18.9, 59, 61, 19.11, 20.34, 43, 44, 46, 49, 53, 62, 64, 21.9, 11, 12, 46, 50, 67–76, 77, 83, 99, 104, 22.33–40, 23.19, 71–83, 24.35, 37, 49–56, 82, 87, 88, 25.27, 44, 45, 26.23, 41, 44, 49, 85, 92, 93, 133, 27.25, 66, 28.29–51, 83–105, 150, 162, 201–2, 29.20, 24, 90, 30.119, 149, 31.39, 42, 43, 32.21, 33.58, 64, 34.38, 73, 88, 116, 131, 135, 35.13–14, 41, 84

   collection at Manchester University 18.15–23

   seminar on 19.68

Arts and Crafts Society of Ireland 9.29–38, 18.61, 63

Arundel Castle (Sussex) 16.7

Ascher (textile company) 33.11, 19

Ascot Gas Water Heaters 19.47–9

Asham House (Firle, Sussex) 21.83

Ashbee, Charles Robert 1.4, 6, 19, 20, 5.19, 6.38, 7.22, 9.11, 43, 14.24, 16.5, 17.7, 60, 18.18, 23, 20.50, 21.13, 124, 22.33, 34, 35, 37, 38, 23.73, 75, 78, 24.36, 37, 38, 39, 50, 56, 25.12, 17–18, 20, 45, 26.23, 58, 93, 27.95, 99, 100, 28.65–6, 68, 76, 181, 31.49

   School of Handicraft 9.47

   seminar on 6.3

Ashbee, Janet 28.65, 68

Ashendene Press 28.188

Ashley see Havinden, Ashley

Ashmolean Museum (Oxford) 12.12, 25.17, 39, 33.58

Ashridge Park (Hertfordshire) 12.10

Ashton, Fredrick 33.96

Ashton, Leigh 25.12, 34.11

Ashwin-Nayler, Irene 33.14–15

Aslet, Clive 16.8

Aslin, Elizabeth 16.20, 21, 20.32, 24.65, 25.12, 31.144, 34.9, 10, 116

   obituary 13.i

Asprey’s (Bond Street, London) 3.25, 17.61, 33.28

Asquith, Brian 23.7, 13

Asquith, Cynthia 14.48

Asquith, H.H. 21.55

Asquith, Robert 23.11

Astbury, John 35.136

Astor House (London), visit to 7.1, 8.1

Astrid, Queen 35.79

Atelier Pomona (design studios) 7.33

Athenaeum 24.22

Atkinson, George 9.37

Atkinson, Nigel 31.143

Atkinson, Robert 6.31–3, 36, 20.74

Atkinson’s perfumiers (London) 21.126

Attlee, Clement 25.74

Au Chien Qui Fume (Paris) 22.85

Au Petit Riche (Paris) 22.88

Au Pied de Cochon (Paris) 22.85

Auberge La Couronne (Rouen) 22.83

Aubert, Alexander 25.61

Aubert, Alfred 27.14

Auberville, Dupont d’ 11.10

Aublet, Feliz 27.17

Aubrey House 25.44

Audincourt 32.129

Aufseer, Hans 3.12

Ault & Co 14 supplement

Ault, C.J. 29.8, 31.143

Ault Pottery 25.16, 29.8

Ault, William 29.8

Aumonier, William 21.103, 112, 24.40

Aunt Judy’s Magazine 28.153

Auric, Georges 27.12

Austin, Frank 32.14, 15

Austin, Herbert 26.89

Austin, L. Magnus 5.32

Australia 18.40

Austrian Museum of Applied Arts (Museum für angewandte Kunst, MAK) (Vienna) 11.6, 22.21

Austrian Werkbund 25.29

Aux Deux Magots (Paris) 22.86

The Avenue Press 21.86, 22.61

Avery, C. Louis 19.37

Avisseau, Charles-Jean 30.26

Avner, Estelle 34.10

Awdlay, John, Cantalena de Sancta Maria 35.17

Aylesford Priory (Kent) 31.123

Ayres, A.J. 21.127

Ayrton, Maxwell 8.12–13, 10.20

Ayton, Sylvia 33.27

Azeglio, Marchese d’ 18.25, 27, 28, 24.24, 26

Azéma, Léon 17.72, 27.13

 

Babbage, Charles 29.26

Babberich-van Houten, C.P. de Nerée 11.14

Babbitt, Katharine 28.65, 70

Bacchus (George) & Sons of Birmingham 34.18

Bach, Emile 11.10

Backers, C. 7.40

Backhausen and Sons 11.7

Bacon, Francis 35.75

Bacon, J.P. 13.3.3, 3, 4

Baczko, Wolfgang Müller von 26.111

Baddeley, Angela 35.20

Badley, J.H. 17.49

Badovici, Jean 27.21

Bagehot, Walter 34.82

Bagge, Eric 8.44, 18.45

Baggs, Arthur 17.23, 26

Bagshawe, H.R. 24.16

Bailey, C.I.C. 3.45, 46, 32.102

Bailey, Dennis 33.65

Bailey, K.H. 32.66

Bailey’s Patent Strainer Teapot 22.70

Baillie, John 21.92

Baillie Scott, Mackay Hugh 1.6, 8, 5.14–15, 9.11, 12.16, 18, 14.24, 23.19, 21, 22–3, 24.35, 36–7, 25.12, 18, 20, 26.68, 28.63, 30.147, 31.42, 49

Baily, Edward Hodges 25.69

Baird, Margaret 24.111

Bakalowitz of Vienna 22.22

Baker, Alexander 18.27

Baker, Capt Valentine 5.35

Baker, G.P. 3.32

Baker (G.P. and J.) 12.49

Baker, Herbert 21.124

Baker, Josephine 27.9

Baker, Oliver 1.15, 17, 18, 20

Baker, Captain Valentine 5.35

Bakst, Léon 2.20, 21, 8.31, 17.67, 24.63

Balcic 23.19

   Tenha Yuvah 23.28–9

Balcombe Place (Sussex) 12.42

Baldock, Edward Holmes 31.10

Baldry, Alfred Lys 27.84

   Modern Mural Decoration 21.60

Baldwin, Stanley 27.68

Balfour, Arthur 21.61, 22.86, 26.62

Balfour, E.J. 27.24

Ball, Hugo 25.31

Ball, Jessie 31.151

Ball, Percival 4.5, 13.11

Ballantine & Co 23.35

Ballantine, James 23.33, 28.17

Ballard, A.A. 12.34

Ballard, P.B. 13.35

Ballu, Albert 22.86, 88

Baltard, Pierre-Louis 16.44

Baltard, Victor 16.3

Balzar (Paris) 22.85

Bamberger, Louis 22.19

Bandinel, James 18.25, 24.24

Bang & Olufsen 32.46

Banham, Reyner 25.13, 24

Bank of England 31.126, 32.38, 39–40

Bankart, George P. 21.91, 103

Banking Corporation Shanghai & Hong Kong 32.41

Banks, Thomas Lewis 20.47

Bannerman, Margaret 35.24

Banting, John 19.54, 25.88

Barbédienne, Ferdinand 16.50, 22.78, 24.39–40

Barber Institute, University of Birmingham 31.132

Barber, William Swinden (architect) 26.12

Barber-Brown, Kenneth 21.61

Barber-Brown, Rosemary 21.61

Barbican Art Gallery, London 21.65

   ’Wilde Years’ (2000) 25.5

Barbizet, Achille 30.32

Barcelona

   visit to 4.2

   Zoological Museum (formerly Café-Restaurant) 4.2, 16.7

Barclay, David 10.11, 13

Barclay, Hugh 10.11

Barclay School (Stevenage) 31.118

Barclay’s Bank Management Training Centre (London), visit to 5.1–2

Bard, Joseph 19.41, 44

Bardell, Darcy 28.174

Barden, Kenneth 31.122, 132

Bardo, Mabel 33.82–3

Barfield, Samuel 31.42

Barge, Jacques 17.72

Barillet, Jean 15.7

Barillet, Louis 17.73

Baring, Edward 34.82

Baring, Maurice 35.14

Barkentin, J. 18.32

Barkentin and Krall (silversmiths) 18.31, 32

Barker, Michael 24.111

Barker Pottery (Chesterfield) 32.104

Barker, Thomas 12.38

Barlach, Ernst 14.31, 22.22

Barlow & Jones 22.48, 31.95, 100

Barlow, Arthur 13.13, 29.91

Barlow, Florence 24.103, 105, 106–7, 34.27

Barlow, Hannah 13.13, 24.103, 105, 106–7, 34.27, 32

Barlow (K.) Decorative Arts Ltd (London) 14.29

Barlow, Sir Thomas 4.39, 22.48, 31.95

Barluet & Cie 23.88

Barman, Christian 2.34, 31.76

Barnard (E.) & Son 17.61, 62

Barnard, Jane 17.61–2

Barnes, Albert 17.42–5, 47–8

Barnes, Sir Edward 25.60

Barnes, Lawrence J. 17.43

Barnett, Reverend 21.9

Barnsley, Edward 1754, 1.7, 17.56, 20.79, 25.45, 46, 27.99, 28.103

Barnsley, Ernest 17.49, 24.53, 25.22, 28.188–9, 196

Barnsley, Grace 24.49, 25.45, 28.190

Barnsley, Sydney 17.49, 20.31, 32, 24.49, 53, 54, 27.99, 28.103, 188

Baron, Wendy 31.141

Barraband, Jacques 7.41, 49

Barratt, Emma 18.59

Barratt (J.H.) & Co Ltd 18.59

Barré, L. 18.42, 43, 44

Barrès, Maurice 22.86

Barret Frères Textile Company 2.16

Barrett Street School of Needle-trades 33.84

Barrington, Mrs 34.94–5

Barron & Larcher 27.54

Barron, Phyllis 3.32–7, 12.47, 48, 53, 26.121

Barry, Sir Charles 4.6, 21.84

Barry, Gerald 25.74

Bartlett, Frederic Clay 22.25

Bartlett School of Architecture (London) 19.41

Barye, Antoine-Louis 24.39–40, 31.149

Basildon Bus Station 31.123

Bass (Percy) & Company 32.39

Bassant, Nigel 23.16

Bassett-Lowke, Wenman J. 10.1–4, 6–8

Bastian, C.O. 31.65

Bastien-Lepage, Jules 31.141

Batchelor, W. 12.41

Bateman, Charles E 21.93, 97

Bateman, H.M. 8.56, 23.62

Bates, Harry 21.103, 121

Bath Artcrafts Company 5.23

Bath Cabinet Makers Company Ltd 5.23–30

Bath Guild of Handicraft Design 5.23

Bath Museum of Costume 24.90

Bath Timber Supply Company 5.23

Batley, Henry William 20.26, 31.12, 14

Batten, John D. 12.41

Battersby, Martin 7.5–8, 19.51, 24.59–78, 25.9

Batty, Dora, The Return of Persephone 22.47

Baudisch, Gudrun 31.84, 89

Bauer Gebrüder (Breslau) 11.8

Bauer, Karl Johann 22.23

Bauer, Leopold 11.6, 7

Bauhaus 1.5, 44–54, 6.13, 43, 10.35, 17.59, 60, 19.31, 41, 63, 20.69, 21.119, 22.16, 26.101, 101–3, 104, 107, 117, 32.22–3, 26, 131, 33.93, 95

Baumer, Lewis 23.62

Baur, Hermann 15.10

Bauscher Gebrüder Porzellanfabrik (Upper Bavaria) 14.24, 25

Bawden, Edward 10.24, 27, 12.52–3, 15.14, 40, 41, 42, 19.54, 60, 62, 20.62, 66, 21.132, 22.63, 26.121, 122, 27.16, 53, 56, 63–78, 30.146, 31.118, 35.144

Bax, E. Belfort 34.85

Baxendale, R.G. 32.91, 92

Baxter, Geoffrey 15.29, 32–3

Bayard (clock-makers) 19.22, 29

Bayer, Herbert 3.4, 6, 7, 13, 19.63, 64

Bayerisches Gewebemuseum (Nuremberg) 14.25

Bayerisches Nationalmuseum (Munich) 14.35, 35.154

   acquisitions from Vienna exhibition (1873) 16.63–75

Bayes, Alexander 8.46

Bayes, Gilbert 1.30, 4.5–8, 9–11, 17.10, 71, 21.124, 125, 127, 23.73, 74, 77, 80, 25.39, 31.142

Bayes, Jean 21.124

Bayes, Walter 23.74

Bayleaf wallpaper (Herbert Horne) 21.51–2

Bayliss, Sir Wyke 26.64

Baynard Press 19.60, 61–2, 22.61, 62

Baynes, Keith 17.34

Bayswater Gallery (London) 21.92

Bazaine, Jean-René 15.7, 32.129, 35.66

Bazel, K.P.C. de 11.12, 13

BBC 8.16, 56, 15.16, 19.48, 60, 20.67, 69, 22.47

Beach, Sylvia 27.9

Beale family 18.6, 35.89

Beale, Helen 28.175, 178

Beale, James 28.173, 180, 35.88–9

Beale, Margaret 28.173, 177, 178, 180, 35.88–9

Beale, William 30.9

Beals, Jessie Tarbox 28.75

Beard, Charles 3.47

Beardsley, Aubrey 1.30, 7.39, 8.8, 11.14, 14.18, 19.25, 23.64, 27.63, 28.131

Beaton, Cecil 8.32, 15.40, 23.61, 107, 24.61–2, 33.61

Beatrice, Princess 8.56, 30.47

Beattie, Susan 13.15

   New Sculpture 21.122

Beauchamp, Earl 25.22

Beaufort Cup (1866) 25.70

Beaufort, Mary 33.82

Beaujon, Paul 19.59

Beaumont, James Beaumont 25.61

Beaumont Neilson Testimonial (1846) 25.61

Beaumont, Wentworth B. 18.27

Beauvilliers, Antoine 22.83

Beaux Arts 2.22

Beaux Arts Museum (Tourcoing) 14.5

Beche, Sir Henry de la 25.14

Bechet, Sidney 27.9

Bechtel International 32.40

Beck (Fr) & Co, New York 29.105

Beck, Harry 22.64

Beck, Maurice 22.62

Beck, Richard, booklet by 19.63

Becker, Vivienne 14.35, 37

Beckett, Margaret 26.98

Beckford, William 2.33, 21.27, 24.24, 25.42

Beckman, Max 31.48

Beddington, Jack 15.14, 20.66, 22.64

Bedenne, Henry 22.87

Bedford, Duke of 24.62

Bedford Lemere, Harry 17.73, 18.2, 6, 9, 12

Bedford Park (London) 28.120, 34.82

Beecham House (Brentford, Middlesex) 15.15, 31.129

Beecher and Stamford (Messrs) 5.44

Beer, Franz 29.97

Beerbohm, Max 8.29

Beeson, Henry 20.6

Beggarstaff Brothers 2.3–13, 44–50

   see also Nicholson, Sir William; Pryde, James

Behrens, Peter 6.47, 9.56, 10.2, 4, 6, 11.5, 7, 9, 14.24–5, 31, 20.43, 22.5, 6, 7, 11–12, 14, 15, 22, 31.49

Belcher, George 23.55

Belcher, John 21.121, 122, 124, 128

Belcher, William 15.43

Belfast

   Belfast School of Art 9.33

   Transport House 31.121

Belgium, visit to 12.57

Belgrave Hall Museum (Leicester) 24.52, 53

Belhaven Parish Church (Glasgow) 23.48

Belk, Walter P. 17.61, 32.90

Bell & Beckham (London) 18.31

Bell, Clive 35.138

Bell, Edward Ingress 2.3, 21.103–4

Bell, Gertrude Margaret 28.92, 135

Bell, Sir Hugh 28.91, 92, 135

Bell, Revd Hugh Lowthian 28.92–3

Bell, Sir Isaac Lowthian 18.2, 21.67, 28.85, 34.82

Bell, James 18.31

Bell, John Zephaniah 12.38, 25.13, 30.11, 31

Bell, Quentin 35.138

Bell, Robert Anning 17.3, 9, 18.63, 20.45, 46–7, 48, 51, 21.108, 112, 26.50, 27.65

   coloured relief decoration 14.16–23

Bell, Vanessa 1.7, 2.36, 4.14, 8.29, 14.49, 17.34, 35, 19.20, 21.83, 26.122, 27.55, 57, 59, 35.137, 138

Bellamy, G.B. 20.32

Belle Epoque 14.5–9

Belle Epoque 22.88

Belle, James Cleveland 33.13, 16, 17–18, 24, 100

Belleroche, William de 21.86

Belling, Charles 31.65–8, 72, 76

Belloc, Hilaire 20.64

Bellot, Dom Paul 17.71, 19.20

Belmont Galleries (New York) 20.56

Belton House (Lincolnshire) 30.85

Belville, Eugene 3.19

Benham & Froud 14 supplement

Benn, John 28.38

Bennet, John 13.14

Bennett, Arnold 2.27, 8.12, 16, 29

Bennett, John Baker 14.39, 30.69

Bennett, T.P. 4.7, 21.124

Bennett, W.E. 17.62

Benney, Gerald 15.5, 23.7, 8, 11–13, 33.56, 60, 68

Benois, Alexander 8.31, 24.63

Benoit (Paris) 22.85

Benson, Agnes 9.50

Benson, Edward W. 9.50

Benson, Sir Frank 9.50

Benson, Godfrey 9.50

Benson, Henry 24.7

Benson (J.W.) 17.61

Benson, Venetia (née Hunt) 9.53

Benson, William Arthur Smith 9.50–7, 17.6, 9, 18.7, 18, 19, 23, 20.51, 25.24, 28.181, 29.90

Bent, Theodore 35.48

Bentley, Bert 7.29

Bentley, John Francis 6.23, 16.7

Bentley, Nicolas 15.16

Bentley, Osmond 6.24

Bentley, Rosina Harriett 21.55

Bentlich, Tibor 27.58

Benton, Tim 20.73

Bérard, Christian 22.87

Berengaria (ship) 22.67

Berenson circle 8.2

Beresford-Evans, 21.135

Berger (Lewis) & Sons (paint manufacturers) 32.40

Bergqvist, Knut and Gustaf 5.6

Berkeley Hotel (London) 2.27, 8.14

Berlage, Hendrik Petrus 7.39, 11.12, 16.7, 22.7, 8, 25.26

Berlepsch-Valendas, H.E. von 14.31

Berlin

   AEG shops 22.11

   AEG turbine factory 22.14

   Anhalter Bahnhoff 30.143

   Institut für Wissenschaftliche Projektions-Photographie 22.7

   Königliche Porzellanmanufaktur 14.27

   Neuer Museum 21.55

   Royal Ironworks 26.27

   Royal Porcelain Factory (later StaatlicherPorzellmanufaktur) 14.24, 27, 16.50, 60, 22.24, 26, 26.117, 30.38, 40

   Salamander shoe shop 22.11

   Wertheim department store (1896) 22.10–11

Berliner Tagerblatt 33.92

Berman, Eugene 24.61, 63

Bernal, Ralph 18.25, 24.24

Bernal sale (1855) 16.25

Bernard Becker Gallery (London) 35.73

Bernard, Emile 31.54–6

Bernard, Joseph 17.69

Bernard, Oliver 1.10, 8.50–7

Bernard Sunley Building 32.40

Bernard (tapestry-weaver) 6.38

Bernaux, Emile 14.8

Berne Silk Manufacturing Co 33.100

Berners, Lord (Gerald Hugh Tyrwhitt Wilson) 8.31

Bernhardt, Sarah 14.5, 31.51, 60, 33.64

Berry, Francis 24.34

Berry, Herbert 31.69

Berry (Messrs) Electrical company 31.68–9, 76

Berry, Nancy 31.69

Bertoia, Harry 33.56

Bertram, Anthony 20.69

Berwick Church, visit to 3.2

Bessemer, Henry 25.71–2

Beswick 15.22, 25

Bethel, Mrs Guy 8.2

Bethnal Green Museum (London) 24.26, 34.9

Betjeman, John 19.48, 20.73, 28.185, 35.64

Betjeman, Penelope 35.64

Betts, Anthony 27.61

Beuys, Joseph 31.48

Bevan, Charles 31.142

Bevans, Vivian 28.70

Bew, John 26.117

Bewick, Thomas 21.89, 30.107, 109

Beyer, Oskar 32.73

Beyer, Ralph 15.5, 32.73–84

Beyfus, Drusilla 23.10

Bianchini-Férier (weaving firm) 18.74

Bianconi, Fulvio 15.25

Biba 24.66

Bibtka, Professor 14.40

Bicknell, Robert 28.111–12

Bidlake, William 21.89, 96–7

Bigelow, Poultney 28.75

Bignor Park 10.21

Bigot, Alexandre 3.18, 7.14, 28.158, 159, 161

Bigot, Paul 17.67, 73

Bill, Max 19.63

Billington, Dora 12.50

Bilordeaux, Adolphe 30.15

Bilsland, Sir Steven 32.12

Bilton Grange (Rugby) 24.9

Binet, Paul 22.89

Bing, Siegfried (formerly Samuel) 1.10, 6.40, 7.39, 10.1, 21.80, 26.73, 27.16, 40, 28.151, 153–4, 155, 29.19, 31.49, 149

Binney, Beatrice 21.95

Binney, Reverend J.E.H. 21.95

Binney, Marcus 34.96

Binns, Charles Fergus 17.23–5, 26, 29

Binns, Richard William 17.23, 34.71

Binyon, Helen 26.121, 27.68

Binyon, Laurence 12.28, 28.166

Birch, Samuel 27.85

Birch (W.) Ltd (High Wycombe) 17.43, 44

Birkbeck School of Art (London) 17.43

Birks, Alboin 18.44, 45

Birks, Lawrence 18.45

Birmingham 21.94

   Birmingham Gold and Silver 1773-1973 (1973) 24.90–1

   City Museum and Art Gallery 12.34, 41, 16.24, 26, 29, 31–2, 21.89, 22.53, 24.86, 25.55–6, 27.86–7, 35.40

   College of Art 33.69

   Grace Road School of Art 21.88

   Guild of Handicraft 1.19, 21.89, 22.33

   Hockley Circus 31.129

   King’s Smoking Café 26.50–1, 52

   Kyrle Hall 21.89

   Law Courts 21.103, 109, 112

   Royal Birmingham Society of Artists 21.91, 92

   St Chad’s Cathedral 24.9, 10

   St Edward’s Church 21.97

   School of Art 1.18, 12.26, 28, 38, 49, 17.7, 13, 18.61, 21.88, 89, 91, 92, 25.40, 45, 28.39–43, 45, 48

   Theatre Royal 26.53

   Vittoria Street School for Jewellers and Silversmiths 21.91

Birmingham Group 21.88

Birmingham Post 21.90

Bishnu, Prince 3.26; room design for 3.31

Bishop’s Palace (Peterborough) 35.65

Bismarck (ship) 22.67

Bissière, Roger 15.8

Bistro de la Gare (Paris) 22.85

Le Bistrot du Peintre (Paris) 22.88

Black, A.E. 34.30

Black, Clementina 34.89

Black, Misha 1.44, 3.13, 10.27, 15.16, 21.132, 135, 31.95, 97, 33.100

Blackie, Walter 28.24

Blackmore, Emma Louise 1.14

Blackpool Gift Fair 15.25

Blackwood Hodge plc (Northampton) 32.38, 39, 40

Blake, Edgar 25.38

Blanchard, Samuel Laman 25.69

Blanche, Jacques-Emile 19.20, 25

Blanesburgh, Robert Younger, Lord 25.40

Bliault, Eugène (architect) 22.89

Bliss, Douglas Percy 27.53, 64

Blomfield, Sir Arthur 5.40, 20.21, 36

Blomfield, Sir Reginald 14.16, 20.29, 31, 32, 34

Blommers, Bernardus 7.36

Blondat, Max 17.69

Bloom, Arthur W. 18.31

Bloomer, Mrs Amelia 23.105–6

Bloomsbury Group 35.137, 139

Blount, Constance 23.78

Blount, Godfrey 9.9, 23.78, 25.24

Blow, Ethel 3.32

Bloxcidge, Eunice 21.90

Blunt, Wilfred Scawen 28.192

BOAC 33.96

Board of Education (previously Deptetc) 13.19, 22, 28, 29, 30, 33

Board of Trade 1.17, 15.20

   reports on Art and Industry 1.11

Boccioni, Umberto 21.119

Bochum Verein 19.63

Böcklin, Arnold 31.48

Boddington, Henry 21.47, 31.31–2

Bode, Professor Wilhelm von 33.62

Bodkin, Thomas 9.29, 36, 38

Bodley, Bucknall & Comper 26.21

Bodley, G.F. 18.31, 20.18, 21.69, 26.23, 28.24

Bodley Head (publishers) 23.58

Boehm, Sir Joseph Edgar 16.22, 30.118

Boeuf Sur Le Toi (Paris) 22.85

Bofinger (Paris) 22.83, 84, 85

Bogatay, Paul 17.29

Boileau, Louis-Charles 14.5

Boileau, Louis-Hippolyte 22.86, 27.13

Boisbaudrant, Lecoq de 18.41

Boizot, Louis-Simon 18.42

Bolckow, Henry 18.2

Bolding (designer at Doulton) 21.29

Bolitho, Hector, Alfred Mond First Lord Melchett 21.65

Bollhagen, Hedwig 26.112

Bolton, R.W.H. 32.117

Bolton Studios, Chelsea 32.114

Bombay Cathedral 26.12

Bomberg, David 18.69

Bond, Joseph 24.27

Bone, Muirhead 35.119

Bonet, Paul 1.38

Bonington, Richard Parkes 35.119

Bonnar, Thomas 28.15

Bonnard, Pierre 2.10, 15.8, 21.80, 22.60, 27.9, 13

Bonnet, Patrice 17.73

Bonnor, John Houghton Maurice 28.109–24

Bonomi, Joseph 27.86

The Book of Durrow 21.14

Book of Kells 21.11, 16, 18

The Bookman 21.89

The Bookman’s Journal & Print Collector 21.100

Booth, Charles 30.62

Boothroyd, Betty 26.98

Booths & Colcloughs Ltd 25.79

Boots the Chemist 28.120, 121

Borgen & Co 23.89–90

Borghese, Princess Pauline 23.7

Borland, Maureen 20.25

Borrmann, Richard 14.27

Borsani, Osvaldo 32.48

Bosanquet, Robert Carr 35.59

Bosch, Jacob van den 11.13, 14

Bossanyi, Erwin 32.33

Bosse, Walter 31.84

Bosselt, Rudolf 31.49

Boston Daily Globe 29.106–7, 108

Boston Public Library 21.65

Boston Society of Arts and Crafts 28.70, 76

Bott, Gerhard 31.51–2

Bott, Thomas 16.51, 30.29

Bott, Thomas John Jnr 30.29

Botticelli, Sandro 31.48

Bouchard, Henri 17.69, 70

   biography of 17.76

Boucheron, 24.88

Boudin, Eugène 8.16, 19.51

Bouillon Racine, Paris 22.85

Bouix, Lucien 8.45

Boulanger, H. 23.96

Boulanger, Nadia 27.9

Boulanger (restaurant owner) 22.83

Boult, Sir Adrian 21.33

Bouquet, Louis 27.9

Bourdelle, Antoine 17.67

Bourdelle, Emile 27.14

Bourgeois, Djo 2.29, 19.52

Bourgeois, Thérèse Kruger 28.73

Bourget, Paul 30.76

Bourne of Denby 27.55

Bournville Junior School 12.39

Bourvier, J.M. 22.85

Bouverie, Katharine Pleydell 24.45

Bowes, John and Josephine 16.50–1

Bowes, Museum (Durham) 8.12, 16.50–1

   items bought from 1867 exhibition 16.52–61

Bowles, Janet 28.65

Bowles, Joseph 28.65

Bowman Bros of Camden 26.116

Bowman Dodd, Anna 35.47, 54

Bownass, J.E. 28.115

Boyd, Muriel 4.22, 23

Boyd, R.A. 20.23, 29.9, 20

Boyd-Mackay, Marian 17.50

Boyer, Lucienne 27.10

Boyton, Charles 17.61

Bracquemond, Félix 23.93, 26.73, 30.34–5, 47

Braddyl, T.R.G. 16.21, 22

Braden, Norah 12.49, 24.45, 27.59, 68, 35.25

Bradford Dyers Association 33.14–15

Bradford Evening Telegraph 21.22

Bradford Exchange 32.61

Bradley & Hubbard Manufacturing Co 30.62, 69

Bradley, Katherine 8.22

Bradley, Will 3.15

Brählmann, Nina 22.23

Brain (E.) & Co Ltd 2.36, 15.21, 22.69, 25.79, 26.115

Brain, W. 27.57

Brampton, Arthur 27.96

Bramwell, Sir Frederick 21.31

Branagh, Kenneth 35.73, 79

Brancusi, Constantin 19.1

Brandon-Jones, John 25.22

Brandt, Edgar 2.19, 4.42, 17.70, 24.68, 31.58

Brandt, Marianne 31.151

Brangwyn, Curtis 21.78

Brangwyn, François Guillaume 21.78

Brangwyn, Sir Frank 1.9, 10, 17.6, 9, 21.77–87, 22.62, 25.22, 26.73–82, 28.131, 167

   ’A Bit on the Esk near Whitby’ 21.79

   ’The Buccaneers’ 21.80

   ’Funeral at Sea’ 21.79

   ’Pilots, Puerta de Passages’ 21.80

   seminar on 5.1

Brangwyn, Lucy (née Ray) 21.77, 80–1, 84

Brangwyn, William Curtis 26.14, 80

Branker, Sir Sefton 5.31

Branly-Tournon, Elisabeth 17.72

Brannam, Charles Herbert 27.27, 34.28

Branner, F.P. 18.51

Braque, Georges 15.11, 19.20, 22.86, 88, 27.13, 14

Braquemond, Félix 24.40

Brassaï (photographer) 27.9

Brasserie des Bords du Rhin (Paris) 22.84

Brasserie Flo (Paris) 22.83, 85

Brasserie Jacqueminot Graf (Paris) 22.87

Brasserie Lipp (Paris) 22.84, 87

Brassey, Thomas, Lord 18.63

Brauchtisch, Margarethe von 31.49

Braun, Alexander 29.28

Brausen, Erica 33.58

Braven, Arthur 15.16

Bray, John 26.19

Breadalbane, Marquis of 25.70

Bredohl, Manfred 30.157

Breeze, George 12.26, 41, 24.56, 82, 28.191

Breitner, George 7.36

Breker, Arno 15.10

Bremen (ship) 10.22

Bremner, James 21.41

Bretby art pottery 34.28–9

Breton, André 22.86

Breuer, Marcel L. 1.7, 3.4, 6.7, 13, 16, 31.75, 32.23

Breuhaus de Groot, Fritz-Auguste 32.49

Brickdale, Eleanor Fortescue 35.14

Brickwood, Mrs Humphrey 17.56

Bridge Street Saw Mills (High Wycombe) 17.44

Briggle, Artus Van 18.19

Briggs, Asa 20.15

Brighton Church Congress (1901) 26.21

Brighton Cup (1871) 25.65, 66

Brighton (E. Sussex) 23.98

   Pavilion 24.63, 75, 25.49

   Regent Cinema 6.31–6

   School of Art 6.33

   Ship Café 6.36

   visit to 13.44

The Brighton Herald 25.66

Brighton Museum and Art Gallery 10.8, 12.57, 14.49, 15.14–18, 20.55, 21.86, 24.82

   Art Nouveau - The Collection of Martin Battersby (1964) 24.64–6

   Clarice Cliff (1972) 24.77

   Death, Heaven and the Victorians (1970) 24.77

   Follies and Fantasies (1971) 24.77

   Jazz Age exhibition (1969) 24.60, 68–77

   Vanity Fair (1972) 24.77

Brinckman, Justus 6.37–40, 42, 47–8

Brine Baths Hotel (Nantwich, Cheshire) 21.49

Brinkley, Captain 28.156

Brinsmead (John) and Sons (now Rimmels) (piano makers) 4.6

Brinton family of Kidderminster 21.22

Brinton (John) & Co 12.3, 34.126, 128

Bristol

   Central Reference Library 21.122

   City Art Gallery 18.38, 39

   Edward Everard Building 26.43

   Museum 25.17

Bristol (F.) and Son 15.25

Le Bristol, (Paris) 22.85

Britannia (ship) 22.67

The British Architect 7.11, 13.19, 21.109, 110, 111, 113, 26.43, 45, 31.26, 39, 34.32, 34

British Architect and Northern Engineer 35.95

British Association for the Advancement of Science 29.27

British Celanese 31.100, 105

British Institute of Industrial Art 20.64, 22.53, 25.74, 35.118

   Manchester exhibition (1924-25) 22.44

British Manufacturers Federation 13.28

British Medical Association (BMA) building (later Zimbabwe House) 21.122–3

British Museum 6.29, 8.19, 12.12–13, 16.25, 29, 34, 38–40, 21.11, 22.91, 23.22, 24.11, 21, 22–3, 26, 39, 81–5, 91–2, 94–5, 27.81–92, 28.190, 29.17

   Barbara Morris’s gifts to 34.15–18

   German ceramics in 14.25–32

   Reading Room 21.55, 58–9, 64

   visits to 15.47, 17.84, 19.68, 20.83

   see also exhibitions and fairs

British Pain Federation 31.132

British Petroleum (BP) 22.59, 27.75

British Pottery Managers’ Association 15.20

British Pottery Manufacturers’ Federation 32.56

British Restaurants 31.118

British Schools of Art 28.29–51

British Silverware Ltd 9.23

British Transport Hotels 15.18

The British Vitrolite Company 31.75

Broad, John 27.33

Broadcasting House (London) 21.127, 32.22

Broadwood (Messrs) & Co 20.25, 21.28, 24.56

Broderick, Cuthbert 5.12

Brogden, Alex 23.14, 16, 24.85

Bromhead, Horatio Kelson 28.83

Bromley Church 28.120

Bromsgrove Guild of Arts and Crafts 21.90–1, 94–5, 24.56

Brondesbury Congregational Church 28.120

Brongniart, Alexandre de 16.4

Brook, Robert 8.10

Brooke, Rupert 17.9

Brooke Street Gallery, London 24.62

Brooklands Airport (Weybridge, Surrey) 5.34

Brooklyn Museum (New York) 14.47, 30.66

Brooks Household Art Company (Cleveland) 8.10

Brooks, James 21.47, 26.22

Brooks, Vincent 22.61, 62

Brophy, Andrew Fingar 23.74, 75

Brophy, Edmund 23.75

Brouwer, Jacob 7.39, 40

Brown, Alfred 25.69, 70

Brown, Bolton 28.67, 68, 77

Brown, Christopher 35.144

Brown, Eric 15.40

Brown, Ford Madox 8.7, 12.38, 13.4, 17.5, 18.3, 20.12, 13, 14, 19, 21.60, 89, 23.33, 38–9, 27.86–7, 28.16, 180, 31.31, 35.104

Brown, Gerard Baldwin 28.16

Brown, Jessie 27.58

Brown, J.W. 21.75

Brown, Kellock 28.42

Brown, Lucy 28.72–3

Brown, Oliver 24.40

Brown, T. Swaffield 22.34

Brown, Thomas 25.70

Brown, W.J. 32.38

Brown-Westhead, Moore & Co 23.71, 90, 92

Browne, George W. 10.11, 12, 15

Browne, Irene 35.25

Brownfield Guild Pottery 13.5

Browning, Robert 18.3

Brownlow, Lord 12.41

Bruce, Anne 35.64

Brueghel, Pieter 31.48

Bruges Museum 21.87

Bruhns, Ivan Da Silva 2.29

Brummer (architect) 22.8

Brunel, Isambard Kingdom 30.10

Brunet, Emile 17.72

Brunt, van 16.7

Brussels

   Palais Stoclet 22.8, 9

   visit to 7.1

   see also exhibitions and fairs

Bruton Gallery (West of England) 35.73–4

Bryant, Bingham 26.69

Bryce, David 21.35

Brydon, John McKean 20.18, 20, 23.35, 31.12, 35.86, 97–8

Brygos Gallery (New Bond Street, London) 26.117

Bryn Teg (Four Oaks) 21.93

Bryn-y-Gwalia (Oswestry) 28.123–4

Brynner, Yul 22.89

Buchanan Street Tea Rooms (Glasgow) 10.12, 14, 15

Bucharest 23.26, 27

   Cotroceni palace 23.19, 22, 23, 30

Buckingham Palace 28.34, 31.65, 32.112

Buckinghamshire

   Chequers 5.41

   Danesfield House 18.52, 53

   Lord’s Wood (Marlow) 12.38, 39

   Westfield Farm 18.53

   White Cottage 18.55–6

Buckle, Mary 11.10, 13.24

Buckler, C.A. 16.7

Buckley & Co 26.14, 17

Buckley, Michael Joseph Cunningham 26.14, 17

Bucknall, Benjamin 16.5

Bucknell, Alfred 24.54

Bucknell, Norman 24.54

Buckton, Catherine 35.88

Buda Royal Castle 14.46, 47

Budapest 1.6

   Art School 25.27

   Iparmüvészeti Muzeum 9.11, 14.49, 20.44

   Szekely Museum 11.22

Budd, Kenneth 31.132

’Budge’ 34.61, 62, 63

Buffington, Leroy 16.7

Bugatti 24.74

The Builder 14.13, 19.48, 20.32, 21.35, 46, 105, 109, 24.50, 25.48, 51, 26.17, 19, 31.43, 34.24

The Building News 12.3, 8, 20, 18.6, 9, 20.20–1, 25, 26, 21.105, 26.17, 12.3, 8, 20, 18.6, 9, 20.20–1, 25, 26, 21.105, 23.36, 26.17, 78, 80, 81, 28.111, 29.57, 31.11, 40

Bull, H.J. 17.34

Bullard, Arthur 28.189

Bullers 13.29

Bulley, Margaret 1.11, 22.45

Bullock, William 25.98

Bülow-Hübe, Torun 33.63

Bulpitt and Sons Ltd 31.77

Bumpus, Bernard 25.91, 28.6–7

Burbridge, F.W. 13.16

Burchartz, Max 19.63, 66

Burchett, Richard 29.85–6, 34.132

Bürck, Paul 14.25, 31.49

Burder, Edward 12.52

Burdett-Coutts, Angela, Baroness 18.27, 24.22

Burford Church (Cotswolds) 24.50

Burford, St Mary 21.112

Burg-Giebichenstein 26.117

Burgau (Saxony) Porzellan-Manufaktur 14.39

Burges, William 16.3, 5, 14–19, 18.36, 20.1, 18, 21.5–8, 112, 25.16, 26.12, 29.12, 88, 95, 34.73, 117

Burgess and Leigh (Burleigh) 15.27, 28

Burghclere Chapel 12.43

Burghlefield House (Loudwater, Buckinghamshire) 35.68

Burghley House (Lincolnshire) 25.87

Burke (W.H.) & Co 21.112, 113

Burke-Downing, H.P. 21.69

Burlington Fine Arts Club 18.30, 29.19, 52, 35.53

Burlington House see Royal Academy

The Burlington Magazine 28.167, 33.103

Burmantofts Potteries (Leeds) 23.95–6, 98, 99, 24.107, 26.41, 43, 31.149, 34.64

Burnand, Frank 29.114

Burne-Jones, Edward 7.11, 14, 8.10, 9.9, 11, 50, 51, 12.12, 16.22, 28, 17.5, 18.3, 20.50, 21.9, 55, 60, 75, 88, 23.38, 73, 79, 24.50, 25.16, 43–4, 26.75, 27.87, 28.16, 19, 22, 62, 195, 197, 201, 29.24, 90, 34.80, 35.42, 126

Burne-Jones, Georgiana 20.11, 26.64

Burnham and Root (architects) 16.7

Burr, Samuel J 30.30–1

Burrell Collection 25.60

Burrell, William 9.7

Burrough, Max 24.52

Burroughs, John 28.75

Burrows, Frederick 1.22, 20.18

Burslem School of Art 13.5, 29, 15.24, 21.28, 26.115

Burt (Thomas) of Glasgow 20.25

Burton, A.B. 35.29

Burton, Anthony 35.136–7

Burton, Decimus 8.16, 20.83, 21.56

Burton, Jocelyn 23.14, 16

Burton, Joseph 13.7

Burton, Sir Richard 16.76

Burton, William Shakespeare (artist) 20.13

Burton, William (writer and potter) 13.27, 18.19, 23, 41

Burton’s (men’s outfitters) 32.34, 33.103

Burty, Philippe 22.78, 27.40, 28.151, 154

Bury, Shirley 22.33, 24.5, 81, 87, 25.12, 18, 33.55, 58, 61, 62, 34.10, 12

Busby, Richard 15.43

Bushloe House (Halifax) 21.26, 25.42

The Butcher’s Arms (Sheepscombe) 28.121

Bute, John Patrick, 3rd Earl of 16.14, 21.5, 7, 8, 28.20

Butler, Frank 9.43, 24.105

Butler, Reg 21.130

Butler, Samuel 18.3

Butterfield, L.P. 13.21, 22, 23

Butterfield, William 12.13, 18.32, 24.9, 25.14, 26.10, 14, 23

Butters, Francis 33.65, 68

Buttrick, Helen Goodrich 28.72

Buzas, Stefan 15.40, 32.25, 26, 28

Byam Shaw, John 26.19, 35.14

Byam Shaw School of Art 19.41

Byrdcliffe 28.57–77

Byrne, William J 23.75, 79

Byron, Robert 8.32

The Bystander 23.55

 

C & R Light 35.85

The Cabinet Maker 8.8, 9, 44, 47, 17.44, 47, 19.39, 20.19, 29

Cabinet Maker and Art Furnisher 28.88–9, 31.26, 35.96

Cabinet Maker and Retail Furnisher 32.34, 36

Cadbury, Barrow 24.32

Cadbury family 24.53

Cadbury, William Adlington 24.32

Cadbury-Brown, H.T. 21.134

Cadby Hall (London) 8.50

Cadogan, 4th earl of 18.27

Cador (Paris) 22.85

Café de Flore (Paris) 22.86

Café de La Paix (Paris) 22.88

Café des Deux Saules (Paris) 22.86

Café Marly (Paris) 22.85

Café Riche (Paris) 22.88

Café Runtz (Paris) 22.89

Caillat, Robert 22.87

Cairndhu House (Helensburgh) 23.40, 41, 42, 44

Cairney (John) & Co 23.33

Cairo Museum 17.49–50, 52

Caithness Glass Ltd 11.20

Caldecott, Randolph 30.45

Calder, Alexander 19.20, 33.56

Caledon, Countess of 24.87

Calgary Church 30.62

Calico Printers Association 22.48

Calkin James, Margaret 20.62–7, 69–76

Calliat, Victor 16.7

Calman Links 8.55

Calvert, Charles A. 20.19

Calvin Klein 33.34

Camberwell School of Arts and Crafts 13.33, 24.35, 44, 28.49, 109–10, 122, 35.26, 103, 104–8

Cambridge

   Fitzwilliam Museum 8.19, 21.65, 25.43, 33.58

   Girton College 3.37

   King’s College 2.33

   visit to 13.44

Cambridge Military Hospital (Aldershot) 21.19–20, 21

Cambridge School of Art 27.63

Cambridge Theatre (London) 8.45, 46

Camden School of Art 28.49

Camel dripless spout 22.70

Camelot, Robert 27.20

Cameron, D.Y. 28.116, 162, 35.119

Cameron, Julia Margaret 1.30

Camouflage Directorate 20.75

Campania (ship) 25.75

Campbell, Sir Colin, Baron Clyde 25.60

Campbell, Colin Minton 30.25, 27, 46, 47, 35.151

Campbell Douglas, Stevenson 20.19

Campbell Fabrics 3.12

Campbell, Jean 27.55

Campbell, John (Seaghan McCathmhaoil) 28.132

Campden Society 26.9, 10, 23, 27.96, 99, 100

Campmann (architect) 22.8

Canadian High Commission (London) 32.40

Canadian Houses of Parliament (Ottawa) 28.123

Canadian Pacific Steamship Company 3.25, 5.29

Canapé (bookbinder) 1.37, 40

Canberra (ship) 10.27, 32.139

Candida Cottage (Roade, Northamptonshire) 10.2–3

Canis, Johannes 19.63

   prospectus by 19.66

Cantagalli, Figli di Giuseppi 18.21, 20.52, 28.182, 31.82

Capel y Ffyn 21.83

Capey, Reco 3.37

Capper Rataud (litho printers) 32.63, 66

Cara Dalga, Mamaia 23.29–30, 31

Carcassone 16.5

Carder, Frank 11.17

Cardew, Michael 24.45, 26.117, 28.149, 35.25

Cardiff Castle 16.5, 14–19, 21.5, 6, 7, 8, 112

Carete, George 10.1

Carfax Gallery (London) 12.28, 30

Carinthia (ship) 22.68

Carley, John 35.119

Carlisle Civic Centre 31.122

Carlisle, George Howard, 6th Earl 16.22

Carlisle, George Howard, 9th Earl 7.11, 21.67

Carlisle House (London) 19.54

Carlson, John 28.73

Carlton Hotel (London) 8.10

Carlu, Jacques 27.13

Carlyle, Jane Welsh 34.22

Carlyle, Thomas 26.62, 29.27

Carmania (ship) 23.62

Carmen Sylva (Elizabeth, Queen of Roumania) 14.45

Carmichael, Lady Mary 23.80

Carmichael, Sir Thomas 23.80

Carnegie, Lady Margaret 35.126, 128

Carnegie Museum of Art (formerly Carnegie Institute) (Pittsburgh) 22.26

Carnegie, William, 8th earl of Northesk 35.126, 128

Caro, Anthony 30.155

Caröe, W.D. 6.23, 28.130

Carol I of Germany 23.19, 24, 26

Carolsfeld, Schnorr von 30.16–17

Carpenter and Ingelow 21.112

Carr, Alwyn 17.60, 23.83

Carr, Francis 31.131

Carr, Geraldine 23.78

Carr, Herbert Wildon 23.78

Carr, James 30.26

Carrano, Giovannino 31.89

Carriès, Jean 28.159, 161

Carrington, Dora 8.29, 12.41–2

Carrington, Noel 12.53, 27.53, 55, 31.74

Carroll, Armand 30.145

Carter & Company (Poole Pottery) 10.36, 26.121, 128–9, 131, 132, 133, 31.100, 108, 118, 120–1

Carter, Cyril 26.128, 132

Carter Paterson (haulage) 28.121

Carter, Stabler and Adams, Poole 22.70, 25.84, 27.69, 35.31

Carter, Truda 32.103

Cartier 33.56, 60

Cartwright Collection 13.14

Casalis, Jeanne de 31.76

Casals, Pablo 21.58

Casilis, Jean de 19.34

Cassan, Urbain 19.30

Casson & Black 21.134

Casson, Sir Hugh 8.3, 14, 10.27, 15.24, 42, 21.130, 131, 133–4, 135, 136, 31.119

Casteleen, Johannes 7.34

Castell Coch (Cardiff) 16.5

Castellani, Alessandro 18.27, 24.85, 92–3

Castello Mackenzie-Wolfson 30.145

Castle, Barbara 26.98

Castle Bran (Transylvania) 23.28, 30

Castle Bros (High Wycombe) 17.43

Castle Museum (Norwich) 24.82

Castlerosse, Lord 8.56

Cater Museum (Billericay, Essex) 20.57

Catterson-Smith, Robert 21.91, 92

Catullus 35.73

Cauldon Pottery 29.108

Cave, Peter 31.106

Cawston, Arthur 21.109

Cayley-Robinson, Frederick 21.65, 92

Cecil Higgins Art Gallery (Bedford) 9.30, 16.16, 18.67, 23.81, 25.24, 27.75, 30.17

Cecil Hotel (London) 8.11

Cellini, Benvenuto 25.89

The Celtic Christmas 28.129

Celtic style 21.9–20, 23.23–4, 73, 83

Cement Marketing Company 31.131

Cendrars, Blaise 22.86

Cendrier, Alexis 27.7

Center for Colour, Design and Style (Manchester) 22.55

Central Control Liquor Board 30.95

Central Institute of Art and Design 15.40, 23.68

Central School of Art and Design 35.68

Central School of Arts and Crafts 8.44, 11.5, 12.47, 48, 13.23, 27, 15.14, 17.50, 62, 18.62, 20.55, 62, 63, 75, 21.74, 83, 23.74, 76, 28.99, 100–1, 102, 109, 112, 131, 32.75, 33.83

The Century Guild of Artists 25.17, 28.41, 42, 35.95

   International Inventions Exhibition (1885) 21.46–52

   Royal Jubilee Exhibition, Manchester (1887) 31.23–34

Century Guild Hobby Horse 31.23, 34

Century Guild workshop 20.36

Ceramic Age 35.119

Ceramic Art Company 17.24

Ceramic Society of Stoke-on-Trent 22.44

ceramic transfer processes 32.55–67

Ceramics and Glass Ltd 15.25

Cerchez, Grigore 23.26–7, 30

Cernuschi, H 27.40

César, (artist) 33.63

Chabelskoy, Mme 14.47

Chabrié, Jean-Charles 16.11

Chadel, Jules 1.36

Chadwick, Lynn 32.136

Chaffers, William 18.25, 24.26

Chagall, Marc 15.8, 10, 28.60–1, 32.129

Chamberlain, King and Jones (Birmingham) 35.85

Chamberlain, Neville 5.38, 27.16, 35.31

Chambers, John 9.43

Chambers, Sir William 4.6

Champney, Basil 21.34

Champneys, Walpole 6.33

Chance Bros Ltd (glass manufacturer) 5.34, 31.103, 112

Chanel, Coco 22.85, 23.106, 27.9, 19, 33.27

Channel Islands 13.9

   Elizabeth College (Guernsey) 13.9

   glass church (Jersey) 4.28–33

Channon, Chips 8.16

Chantrey Bequest 12.39, 21.63

The Chapel (Blackwell, Bromsgrove) 21.98

Chaplet, Ernest 7.14, 23.87, 28.158, 160

Chapman Brothers 35.31

Chapman and Davis (cabinet makers) 8.47

Chapman, Lily 21.11

Chapman, Martin 24.105

Chappell, George S. 23.61

Chardenoux (Paris) 22.85

Chareau, Pierre 8.40, 27.9, 19, 20, 21

Charles, Prince 32.14

Charleston (Firle, E. Sussex) 4.12–17, 21.83, 26.122, 35.137–9

   visit to 3.2

Charlwood House (Charlwood, Surrey) 21.35

Charoux, Siegfried 21.131

Charpentier, Alexandre 3.16, 31.49

Chartered Society of Designers 27.66

Chartier, Paris 22.85

Chatsworth House (Derbyshire) 25.49

Chaume, 27.18

Chaumet, M. 33.62

Chavannes, Puvis de 17.69

Cheavin, George William 32.102, 105

Cheavin, Ian Winston 32.102–3, 105, 108, 110, 112, 114, 119–21

Chelsea 8.29

   Arts Ball (1920) 20.62, 63

   Arts Club 31.144, 151

   Carlyle Square 8.29–39

   Flower Show (1935) 20.65

   Holy Trinity, Sloane Street 21.75

   Lowndes & Drury workshop 21.92

   School of Art 12.41, 32.75

   Tite Street 12.15

   Town Hall 12.40

   The Vale 8.19, 21–2

Cheltenham

   Ladies’ College 24.50

   Museum and Art Gallery 17.52, 57, 20.31, 24.49–56, 82, 28.88

   Reference Library 24.50

Chequers (Buckinghamshire) 5.41

Cheret, Jules 3.15, 22.60

Chermayeff, Serge 1.7, 11, 8.40–7, 54, 10.22, 17.62, 19.36, 52, 63, 24.68, 73, 26.122, 31.75, 32.22

Cheshire

   Abney Hall 25.54–5

   Brine Baths Hotel (Nantwich) 21.49

   Cliffe (W H) & Sons (Congleton) 33.9

   Pownall Hall (Wilmslow) 21.47, 50, 31.24, 30, 33

   Stamford Studios (Altrincham) 31.36–45

Cheshunt College, Cambridge 28.120

Chester, Sir Norman 5.44

Chesterton, G K 21.82

Chevalier, Maurice 22.85, 88, 27.9

Chevignard, George Lechevallier 2.16

Chez Jenny (Paris) 22.85

Chicago Art Institute 22.25, 28

Chicago Daily Tribune 29.103, 104, 105

Chicago Morris Society 28.75

Chicago Society of Typographic Arts 19.60

Chichester, Francis J. 20.6

Chiesa, Pietro 32.48

Child & Child 24.91

Child, Alfred E. 9.29, 33, 36, 18.62

Chilham Castle (Kent) 8.27, 28

Chinner, Sarah 25.87

Chirico, Giorgio de 33.63

Chisman, C.R. 24.45

Chivers, Cedric 28.131

Chladni, Ernst 29.28

Chopin, Frederic 35.76

Christ Church College (Oxford) 32.144

Christchurch Church Hall (Turnham Green, London) 28.120

Christian Academy for the Manufacture of Church Ornament (Czechoslovakia) 14.47

The Christian Science Monitor 13.34

Christiansen, Hans 14.24, 31.49

Christie, Archibald and Mrs 17.8

Christie, Robert 8.10

Christie’s 24.105, 26.69, 34.94

M Y Christina O (yacht) 32.41–2

Christofle & Cie 17.59, 18.21, 27.39–49, 34.121, 133

The Chromolithograph 34.119

Chubb & Co 21.28

Chubb, Sir George Hayter 21.32, 29.17

Chuck, Ernest 20.79–80

Church, Arthur 9.53–4, 24.27

Church Congress 26.21

Church Crafts League 26.21

Church Guilds Union 26.19

Church of Seven Kings (Ilford, Essex) 21.99

Church, Sir Arthur 24.27

Church Times 21.70

Churcher, William 29.14

Churchill, Winston 17.56, 22.89, 32.42, 43–4, 75

Cifuentes, Frédériques 34.109

Cincinatti

   Art Museum 22.25–6

   Pottery Club 34.32

Cissarz, Johann Vincenz 31.53

Citroen, Karel A 31.50–2, 58, 60

The City and Guilds of London Institute 28.37

City and Guilds Technical Art School (Kennington, London) 13.15–16

City and Guilds Technical College (Finsbury, London) 23.74, 76–7

Civic College (Ipswich) 32.141

Civil Engineer and Architect’s Journal 26.10–11

Cizek, Frank 32.49

Clair, René 23.93, 27.9

Clairin, Georges 14.5

Clandon Park (Surrey) 23.22

Clapham Art School 28.110, 122

Clappison, John 10.36

Clare Lawn (East Sheen) 21.103, 103–5, 106–7, 108–9

Clarfeld & Springmeyer 14.38

Claridges Hotel (London) 2.27, 29, 8.14, 18.73, 19.32

   visit to 3.2, 16.85

The Clarion 21.93

Clarion Café (Manchester) 21.93–4

Clark (C.F.) & Sons (Washington DC) 29.105–6

Clark (James) & Sons 17.39

Clark, Sir Kenneth 2.27, 8.27, 16.3, 20.67, 74, 31.118

Clarke, Arundell 19.51, 54, 22.52

Clarke, Sir Caspar Purdon 16.76, 21.27, 28, 33, 34, 29.14–15

Clarke, Sir Edward 3.53

Clarke, Geoffrey 15.5, 21.130, 135, 32.127–47, 33.100

Clarke, Harry 9.29, 34–9, 30.146

   visit to exhibition 13.44

Clarke, Joseph Thatcher 22.60

Clarke (Kenneth) Pottery (Lewes, E. Sussex) 15.18

Clarke, Maurice A. 17.47

Clarke, Michael Laurence 30.146

Clarke (R. & R.) 28.25

Clarke, S.G. 32.110

Clarke, William 21.5

Classical style 23.39

Claude, Walter 31.141

Clausen, George 21.56

Clauss (porcelain manufacturer) 22.78–9

Clayburn Pottery 15.22

Clayton, Ellen 30.50

Clean Air Act (1956) 32.119

Cleaver, Michael 32.62

Clements, Eric 32.92–5

Clements, Julia 32.115, 121, 122

Clemmensen (architect) 22.8

Clergy and Artists’ Association 26.19, 21

Cleveland Institute of Art 17.29

Cleveland Pottery and Tile Company 17.23, 27

Clewes (George) & Co 22.69–70, 72

Cliff, Clarice 13.33, 15.24, 24.68, 77, 32.103

Cliffe (W.H.) & Sons (Congleton, Cheshire) 33.9

Clifford, Patience 21.135, 136

Clift, J.N.G. 24.52

Climax teapot 22.71

Clinton, Charles W. 23.45

Clissold, Joyce 3.37, 12.49

Les Closeries des Lilas (Paris) 22.84, 86

Clouds House (East Knoyle, Wiltshire) 18.6, 23.79

Clouston, Warren 12.23

Cloverly Hall 12.14

Clow brothers 28.24

Le Clown Bar (Paris) 22.86

Cluj School Workshop (Romania formerly Hungary) 14.47

Cluny Museum (Paris) 18.41

Clutha glass 11.17, 14. supplement, 25.16, 22

Clyne, Arthur 21.35–44

Clyne, Norval 21.35

Coalbrookdale 20.20

Coalbrookdale Iron Co. 21.28, 26.27–39, 30.11, 31.27

Coalbrookdale Porcelain Works 30.24

Coalport 30.11

Coates, Kevin 23.7, 11, 13–14

Coates, Wells W. 41, 3.4, 4.38, 44, 8.47, 10.22, 19.36, 48, 31.75, 32.22

Coats, Robert Hay 9.12

Cobbett, William 24.50

Cobden, Richard 26.93

Cobden-Sanderson, Annie 26.93

Cobden-Sanderson, T.J. 18.23, 26.93, 28.75, 122, 186, 187, 188, 193, 35.26

Cobham, St John’s Church 21.99

Cobham, Alan 5.35

Le Cochon à l’Oreille (Paris) 22.86

Cochrane, C.B. 20.64

Cochrane, John 10.10

Cochrane-Baillie, Victor 27.56

Cochran’s Glassworks 11.16

Cockerell, Douglas B. 21.71, 28.90, 131

Cockerell, Sydney 9.33, 21.88, 26.73, 28.189

Cockpit Hill China Works (Derby) 24.35

Cocks, Agnetta (née Pole-Carew) 20.1, 3

Cocks, Charles Lygon 20.1–8

Cocks, John Lygon 20.1

Cocks, Josephine (née Nagle) 20.1, 5

Cocks, Thomas Somers, Jr 20.1

Cocks, Walter Carew 20.2

Cocteau, Jean 15.8, 10, 22.83, 87, 24.68, 27.13, 33.56, 63

Codman, Ogden 8.3, 30.75, 78–81, 83, 84, 86, 88–9

Coffen, E. 25.61

Coffey, Geoffrey 9.32

Cohen (B.) and Sons (textiles) 4.26, 17.42

Cohen, Bernard 24.66

Cohen, Deborah 34.63

Cohen, Kathryn 2.30

The Coin Dealer’s Newsletter 24.102

Colamarini (sculptor) 15.12

Colbran, Scott 31.69

Colchester and Essex Museum 20.35, 25.17

Colcutt & Hamp 21.127

The Coldra (Caerleon, Newport) 31.39

Cole & Sons 15.40, 43, 26.132, 27.70, 34.102

Cole, Alan S. 25.13

Cole, George Douglas Howard 4.34

Cole, Sir Henry 13.9, 17–18, 19, 16.51, 18.25, 26–7, 21.27, 24.21–5, 28, 25.13, 26.43, 27.53, 66, 28.31–2, 34, 35, 38, 43, 29.9, 10, 37, 30.11, 34.131

Cole, Nat King 22.89

Cole, Vivian 26.117

Colefax, Sybil 8.29

Coleman, Helen Cordelia 30.45, 50–2, 53–4

Coleman, Rebecca 30.45, 50–1, 54, 34.32

Coleman, William Stephen 29.95, 30.45–55, 60, 34.18, 67

Coleman, William Thomas 30.45

Colenbrander, Theodorus C. 7.34, 36–7, 39

Colette, Sidonie Gabrielle 22.83, 23.61, 27.9

Coll-Earn House (Auchterarder, Perthshire) 23.40, 45

Collcutt, T.E. 20.21, 21.121, 122, 28.181, 29.88

Collector’s Club see Fine Arts Club

Colley, Fanny 13.3

Collie, Arthur Leslie 14.19

Collier, Bernard 23.75

Collings, Kennedy 31.131

Collingwood, W.G. 28.59, 31.43

Collins, Cecil 35.65, 67, 70

Collins, Henry 31.131

Collins, Jesse 31.132

Collins, Joan 24.68

Collins, Michael 9.50

Collinson & Lock (art furnishers) 20.21, 21.109, 25.94, 27.90, 28.180, 30.71

Colman, Samuel 29.109

Cologne Museum für Angewandte Kunst 31.56

Colonna, Edward 6.42

Colonna and Hoentschel (furniture) 6.38

Colour 20.65

Colour, Design and Style Centre (CDSC) 33.13–14, 16

Colton, William 23.77

Colum, Padraic 28.133

Combe Bank (Sevenoaks) 21.104

Commercial Art 19.60

Compton Potters’ Arts Guilds 21.9, 14, 16, 18, 19, 20

Compton Pottery 21.19

Compton Wynyates 26.19

Comyns, William 17.62

Comyns (William) & Sons (silversmiths) 23.10, 32.90

Condé Nast 23.61

Conder, Charles 24.44

Conder, Josiah 16.5

Conder, Neville 21.135, 136

Confederation of British Industry (CBI) 24.45

Confraternity of the Blessed Sacrament 26.21

Congrès Internationaux d’Architecture Moderne 6.17

Conishead Priory (Ulverston, Lancashire) 16.21, 22

Connaissances des Arts 17.68–9, 33.68

Connaly, Frank 3.46

Connell (W.G. [later G.L.]) (London retailer) 22.34

Connery, Sean 35.64, 75

The Connoisseur 31.117

Connolly’s leather 5.29

Conolly Testimonial (1862) 25.67

Conran, Terence 15.24, 43, 33.18–19

Constable, John, Burgholt Common 24.40

Constable (publishers) 28.24, 25

Constance Fund 21.58, 63

Constançia factory (Portugal) 16.54

Constant, Benjamin 22.87

Constructivist movement 3.7, 19.61

Contemporary Art Society (CAS) 24.44, 45, 35.25

Contemporary Background 15.42

Conway, Moncure 34.82

Cooch Beha, Indira, Maharanir of 3.25–6

Cook, Clarence Chatham 23.43, 30.84, 31.71, 34.66

Cook, Crosby 21.86

Cook, Sir Francis 18.27, 21.27, 28, 30, 32–3

Cook, George Edward 23.40, 30.62

Cook, Mrs Beatrice 35.53

Cooke, E.W. 34.32

Cooke, William 12.3, 29.17

Cooke (William) & Co (wallpaper) 14.10, 12, 26.27, 29.114

Cooke-Trench, Thomas 20.36

Cooling Galleries (London) 17.34

Coomaraswamy, Ananda 27.95

Coomaraswamy, Ethel 27.95

Coombe Bury (Kingston-upon-Thames) 24.36–7, 38

Coomberwood House (Ditchling, Sussex) 21.81

Cooper, Austin 20.67

Cooper, Lady Diana 8.29, 35, 24.62

Cooper, Edith 8.21–2

Cooper, Emmanuel 31.151

Cooper, Francis 17.62

Cooper and Holt (furniture) 8.7

Cooper, J. Priestley 21.68

Cooper, J.C. 28.95

Cooper, Jeremy 16.20

Cooper, John Paul 17.7, 60, 62, 21.71, 24.50, 25.24, 46, 28.99, 114, 33.58

Cooper (Messrs H.J.) 33.86

Cooper, Paul 24.88

Cooper, Susie 13.28–9, 33, 22.49, 55, 25.75, 79–80, 26.102–3, 111, 32.103

Cooper-Hewitt Museum (New York) 14.11

Copaceni ’white farm’ 23.27–8, 30

Cope, Edward 29.17

Copeland (W.J.) and Sons 35.159

Copeland, W.T. 25.74

Copeland (W.T.) & Sons Ltd 22.69, 72, 27.54, 60, 30.46

Copenhagen 12.53

Coper, Hans 15.5, 18.23, 24.104, 107, 32.75

Copland, Aaron 27.9

Copnall, Edward Bainbridge 21.127, 31.132–3

Coral Gables, Biltmore 30.145

Coralie Range 32.111–14

Corder, Percy 17.19

Cordonnier, Louis 17.69

Corelli, Marie 21.54, 61, 62

Corinth, Clovis 22.22

Cork (Ireland)

   Cathedral 21.112

   Honan Chapel 9.36, 18.64

   School of Art 9.33

Cork, Richard 18.69

Cormack, Peter 21.73

Cornforth, Fanny 35.43

Cornforth, John 35.159

Cornwall

   St Ives 28.149

   Treverbyn Vean House 20.1

Cornwall and York, Duke of 23.22

corona lucis 24.7–18

Coronio, Theodore 18.3

Corot, Jean 23.99, 34.95

Cory, Lady 24.87

Cory, Sir Clifford 24.87

Cosens Way, William 17.13, 14

Cossey (or Costessey) Hall (Norfolk) 24.7

Côte d’Azur, visit to 19.68

Cotman, John Sell 35.119

Cotroceni palace (Bucharest) 23.19, 22–7, 30

Cotswolds 24.49–56

   School 3.37, 17.7, 42, 51, 25.22

   visit to 4.2, 16.85

   see also exhibitions and fairs

Cotterill, Edmund 25.69

Cottier & Company 23.39–40, 44–7, 35.86, 92, 123–32

Cottier, Daniel 20.19, 20, 21, 23.33–48, 28.18, 29.9, 35.86, 92, 123

Cottier, Lyon & Co 23.48

The Cotton Board 33.13, 24, 34.11

Coudrier Fructus et Descher (weaving firm) 18.74

Council for Art and Industry (CAI) 17.44, 20.69, 22.48, 52, 25.74

Council of Industrial Design (CoID) 15.18, 21, 27, 41, 43, 25.74, 75, 77–9, 84, 26.129, 27.60, 31.77, 93–112, 32.11, 17–18, 56, 87, 89, 96

Council for the Protection of Rural England (CPRE) 22.64

Country Life 2.33, 5.40, 8.16, 15.40, 23.28, 25.44, 27.55, 28.123, 31.69, 119, 33.9

Country Press 22.47

County Hall (London) 21.61

Couper (James) & Sons (glassmakers) 11.17

La Coupole (Paris) 22.84, 86

The Courier 34.21

The Court (Guildford, Surrey) 27.25

Courtauld Institute 17.62

Courtauld, Samuel 24.45

Courtauld, Sidney 17.51

Courtaulds Ltd 31.104

Courthope, W.J. 34.80

Coutère, Ivan de 33.19

Coutourier, Father 15.6, 8, 17.69

Couturier, Robert 27.19

Couvègnes, Raymond-Emile 17.71

   biography 17.77

Coventry

   Cathedral 15.5, 29, 19.49, 32.76–9, 129, 130, 131, 132, 133, 138, 139, 35.70, 72

   Herbert Museum and Art Gallery 26.38, 30.7

Coventry, F.H. 10.24

Covey, Victor C.B. 9.19

Cowan Pottery Studio (Ohio) 17.23, 27–31

Cowan, R.Guy 17.23, 24, 55

Coward, Noël, Fallen Angel 35.24

Cowell, Alice 35.88

Cowles, Fleur 33.61

Cowper, Frank Cadogan 21.63

Cowtan, Mawer 12.18

Cox & Son (church furnishings) 20.21, 23, 25, 26, 26.9–23, 30.61

Cox, Edward 26.10

Cox, E.Y. 26.14

Cox, George Trenchard 28.162, 169

Cox, Hazel 34.10

Cox, Ian 31.97

Cox, John 24.62

Cox, Michael 23.10

Cox, Oliver 21.135, 136, 31.122, 127

Cox, Paul 17.23

Cox, Susan 32.28

Cox, Thomas 26.10

Cox, Trenchard 33.58

Coxon, Raymond 27.53

Cozens, Matthews & Thorpe (watchmakers) 35.41

Crace, Frederick 25.49

Crace, John Dibble 25.57

Crace, John Gregory 14.16, 20.1, 25, 21.8, 24.16, 63, 25.48–57, 88

Crace and Son (furniture) 12.11

Cracow (or Krakow) 29.4

The Craftsman 17.24, 21.94

Craftsman Potters Association 32.119

Cragside (Rothbury, Northumberland) 12.14

Craig, David 30.97

Craig, Edith 18.38

Craig, Gillian 21.70

Craig, Gordon 2.8

Cram, John Adams 20.35

Cranach, Lucas 31.48

Cranach Press 28.188

Crancoveanu, Constantin 23.26

Crane, Walter 1.6, 7.11, 14, 9.11, 32, 42, 57, 11.1, 12.24, 19022, 13.4, 5, 20, 21, 22, 14.16, 17, 18, 16.76, 17.3, 5, 9, 13, 60, 18.2, 3, 6, 7, 16–17, 18–19, 23, 62, 20.26, 43–50, 21.11, 12, 74, 75, 92, 103, 104–5, 107, 108–12, 108, 22.43, 23.76, 78, 24.56, 25.11, 17, 26.6, 58, 61–70, 27.63, 28.16, 36, 43, 49, 50, 87, 132, 197, 29.20, 104, 108, 30.46, 34.66–7, 72, 82, 87, 103, 35.96

   ’The Genius of Electricity uniting the Quarters of the Globe’ 21.111–12

   ’The Genius of Mechanical Invention uniting Agriculture and Commerce’ 21.111–12

   ’The Pearsons on their bicycles’ 21.111, 112

   ’Speculum Naturæ’ 21.108–9

   ’Sphæra Imaginationis’ 21.108–9

Cranston, Catherine 1.28, 9.5, 10.10–16

Cranston, Stuart 10.10

Cranston Tea Rooms (Glasgow) 5.12, 13, 16, 19, 9.5, 10.10

Cranwill, Mia 9.38

Crawford, Alan 21.90, 26.63

   By Hammer and Hand 21.90

Crawford and Balcarres, Earl of 21.62

Crawford, Thomas Hamilton 28.83, 90

Crawford, Sir William 19.45–6

Crawford (W.S.) Ltd (advertising agency) 3.4, 19.45

Craxton, John 31.151

Craythorn, Harry 1.22, 23

Creighton, Mary 12.39

Cresta Silks 4.38–9

Creswick, Benjamin 21.47, 50, 28.41, 31.27

Cresy, Edward 13.10–11, 12

Crétté (bookbinder) 1.38, 40, 42

Creuzvault (bookbinder) 1.40

Creyke (G.M.) & Sons 22.71

Cribb, Laurie 32.74

Cripps, Sir Stafford 32.87

Cripps, Sir Wilfrid 24.26

Criterion Theatre (Piccadilly Circus) 30.52–3

Crofts, Stella 20.55–61

Crompton and Co 31.66

Crook, J. Mordaunt 16.5, 16, 17

Crosby Hall (Chelsea) 21.65

Cross, Julian 23.16

Crossland, W.H. 20.25

Crossley family of Halifax 21.22

Crossley (John) & Sons (Halifax) 12.34, 29.14, 32.39

Crossley, Sir William 31.41

Crossling, Brian 34.11

Crouch and Butler 21.91, 93

Crouch, Joseph 21.93

Crowinshield, Frank 23.61, 62

Crown Devon 15.25, 25–6

Crown Ducal 25.74

Crown Staffordshire 15.23

Crownhill, Plymouth 32.140, 141

Croy, Princess Eugenie 14.47

Croydon Airport 5.32, 35

Cruickshank, Ronald 32.143

Crysede Silks 4.35, 38

Crystal Palace Company 29.15

Crystal Palace (Sydenham) 27.86, 91, 29.12, 13, 30.7, 31.63

Cube Teapots Ltd (Leicester) 17.59, 22.67

Cubism 27.10

Cubitt (James) & Partners 21.131

Cubitt, Joseph 30.9

Cubitt, Lewis 30.9

Cubitt, Thomas 25.87

Cubitt, Sir William 30.9, 11–12

Cuijpers, Petrus 16.7

Cullen, T. Gordon 10.36, 22.64, 26.129, 31.121–2

Cullercoats, St. George’s 21.74

Culme, John 25.59

Cunard Cube Wares 22.67–72

Cunard White Star Line 2.29, 30, 5.23, 17.59, 61, 19.34, 37, 22.67

Cundall, Joseph 14.16

Cunliffe, Mitzi 31.129, 131, 33.56

Cunliffe-Owen, Sir Philip 21.27, 29, 32, 29.10–11, 14, 19, 34.113, 126

Cunynghame, Sir Percy 23.80

Cupers, Jan 11.9

Currie, Bessie 20.14

Currie, Sir Donald 20.14

Curtis, T.F. 26.17

Curtis Ward & Hughes 26.17

Curwen, Harold 12.52, 22.63, 27.66–7, 76

Curwen Press 19.60, 61, 62, 20.65, 66, 22.61, 63, 27.66–7, 30.146

Curzon, Lord 21.54, 61, 62

Cutting, Sybil 30.83

Cuzner, Bernard 1.17, 17.7, 62

CVP Designers 33.28, 33, 36–7

Czeschka, Carl Otto 6.39, 44, 22.24

   Bequest 6.39

 

Dadaist Movement 25.31, 27.10

Dadocracy 29.112–17

Dahl of Copenhagen 24.91

Daily Chronicle 17.7

Daily Express 19.52, 23.60

   visit to 17.84

Daily Graphic 33.47

Daily Mail 13.37, 26.85

Daily Mirror 17.4

Daily Telegraph 3.7, 8.14, 17.57, 23.9, 56–7

Daily Worker 26.121

Dale, Thomas Lawrence 17.50–3

Dali, Salvador 8.14, 22.86, 87, 33.56, 63

Dalou, Aimée-Jules 13.15, 21.9, 127, 24.40, 28.36

Dalpayrat, Pierre-Adrien 14.29, 28.159

Dalpeyrat, Walter 28.36

Dalton, Rotha 35.114

Dalton, William Bower 18.19, 24.44, 35.103–19

Dalziel brothers 27.87

Dammouse, Albert-Louis 28.158

Dammouse, Pierre Adolphe 22.79

Damon & Colin 6.42

Dana, John Cotton 22.14, 19, 20–1, 24, 27–8

Danesfield House (Buckinghamshire) 18.52, 53

Daneway Workshops (Sapperton) 30.147

Daniel Walters & Sons (textiles) 4.26

Daniell (A.B. & R.P.) 30.11, 24, 25–6

Daniels, Bebe 8.56

Dannreuther, Edward 18.3

Danon & Colin 22.89

Dante Alighieri 35.37

D’Arcy, William Knox 18.12

Darling and Pearson (architects) 28.123

Darmstadt 1.6, 6.47, 14.31, 22.5, 22, 23.19, 21, 23, 31.47–60, 33.91

   Artists’ Colony 14.35

   circle 6.38

   Gewerbemuseum 14.27, 31.49

   Hessisches Landesmuseum 14.24, 35

   Mathildenhöhe 23.19

   Neues Palais 31.49

   Städtische Kunstammlungen 14.27

   visit to 8.1

   see also exhibitions and fairs

Darrow, Clarence 28.74

Dartford Print Works 4.27

Dartington Junior School 5.41

Darwin, Charles 29.24, 25, 26

   Power of Movement in Plants 21.51

Darwin, Sir Robin 10.25, 36, 32.128

Darwin, Ursula 26.117

DAS (Decorative Arts Society) 24.59, 74, 25.24, 34.11

DAS (Decorative Arts Society) visits

   Alton, Bedales and Edward Barnsley Trust 32.4

   Astor Estate Office 22.91

   Astor House (London) 7.1, 8.1, 21.142

   Barbara Morris sale at Woolley & Wallis, Salisbury 34.4

   Barcelona 25.5

      Zoological Museum (formerly Café-Restaurant) 4.2

   Barclay’s Bank Management Training Centre (London) 5.1–2

   Bedford Park 27.4

   Belgium 12.57

   Berwick Church 3.2

   Biarritz 22.91

   H. Blairman & Sons 35.4

   Brighton 13.44

   Brighton Museum 22.91

   British Museum 15.47, 17.84, 19.68, 20.83, 25.5

   British Museum Great Court 25.5

   Brno and Bratislava 28.4

   Brussels 7.1, 27.4

   Brussels, Antwerp and Ghent 32.4

   Budapest 33.5

   Burgess, Dorling and Leigh potters 27.4

   Cambridge 13.44

   Cartier exhibition (British Museum) 22.91

   Castell Coch & Cardiff Castle 22.91

   Charleston (Firle, E. Sussex) 3.2, 21.142, 24.111

   Chelsea walk 24.111

   Chicago 31.5

   Christopher Dresser exhibition 15.47

   Claridges Hotel (London) 3.2, 16.85

   Cole and Son’s Wallpaper Factory (Islington) 21.142, 25.5

   Copenhagen 32.4

   Côte d’Azur 19.68

   Cotswolds 4.2, 16.85, 32.4

   Crakow (or Krakow) 29.4

   Crosby Hall (Chelsea) 26.6

   Crossland House (formerly Royal Holloway Sanitorium) 21.142

   Daily Express 17.84

   Darmstadt 8.1, 30.4

   De La Warr Pavilion (Bexhill) 35.4

   De Morgan Centre (Wandsworth) 26.6

   Debenham House 27.4

   78 Derngate (Northampton) 26.6

   Ditchling (Sussex) 24.111

   Dorchester Hotel (London) 4.2

   Dorich House 33.5

   Dublin 30.4

   East Norfolk 28.4

   Eltham Palace 24.111

   Epsom Race Course 19.68

   Essex 27.4

   Farnham Crafts Study Centre 31.5

   Frankfurt 8.1

   Frinton-on-Sea 32.4

   Frogmore House and Park 16.85, 17.84

   Fry Public Art Gallery and Hoglands (Perry Green) 33.5

   Garrick Club 21.142

   Geffrye Museum 23.112

   Gilbert and George house 18.82

   Glasgow 6.3, 15.47, 23.112, 30.4

   Glyndebourne (Sussex) 5.1

   Goldsmiths’ Hall 32.4

   Greenwich Generating Station 24.111

   Hampstead Garden Suburb 33.5

   Harry Clarke exhibition 13.44

   Haslam & Whiteway 32.4

   Helsinki 26.6

   Holland 3.2

   Holly Cottage (Hampstead) 28.4

   Hoover building (London) 5.1

   Houses of Parliament 10.40, 12.57, 19.68, 23.112

   Imperial College 34.4

   Imperial College (London) 35.4

   Inverness Court Hotel (London) 4.2

   Isle of Man 26.6

   Isle of Wight 21.142

   ’Japonisme’ Exhibition (Wartski) 35.4

   John Scott’s house 12.57

   Jointure Studio 5.1

   Karlsruhe 8.1

   Kelmscott Manor 26.6

   La Havana 28.4

   Lake District 28.4

   Lancaster House 28.4

   Leighton House 10.40, 14.55, 34.4

   Letchworth Garden City 29.4

   Leyswood house, Tunbridge Wells (summer picnic) 23.112

   Liberty & Co archive 8.1

   Lincoln 17.84

   Little Holland House (Carshalton) 33.5

   Little Thakeham (Storrington, Sussex) 8.1

   Ljubljana 28.4

   Lloyds of London 10.40

   London Assay Office 35.4

   London Transport Museum 21.142

   Lord’s Cricket Ground 25.5

   Lower Kingswood church 33.5

   Malvern area 25.5

   Manchester 16.85, 32.4

   Manoir d’Ango (Normandy) 18.82

   Marseilles and Aix-en-Provence 27.4

   Mayfair Hotel (London) 16.85

   Mers-les-Bains (Normandy) 18.82

   Midland Railways’ Grand Hotel (St Pancras) 19.68

   Milan 35.4

   Millennium Dome 23.112

   Munich 34.4

   Museum of Domestic Design and Architecture (MoDA) Study Days 25.5, 26.6

   Museum of London 26.6, 28.4, 29.4

   Nancy 5.1, 26.6

   Nantes 24.111

   New York 5.1

   Norfolk 20.83

   Norma McCaw Conservation Studio 18.82–3

   Normandy 18.82

   northern France 27.4

   Old Battersea House (London) 6.3, 7.1, 17.84, 22.91, 25.5, 26.6, 27.4

   Old India Office (London) 15.47

   Old Rectory (Quenington) 30.4

   Oporto 25.5

   Oslo 30.4

   Paris 12.57, 26.6, 27.4, 28.4, 33.5

   The Pastures (North Luffenham) 25.5

   Portcullis House 25.5, 26.6

   Prague 27.4

   Queen’s Gallery, Buckingham Palace 34.4

   Red House (Bexleyheath) 15.47, 32.4

   Rennes, Dinan, Saint Malo 25.5

   Riga 28.4

   Royal Courts of Justice 21.142, 34.4

   Royal School of Needlework, Hampton Court 34.4

   Royal Society of Arts 27.4

   St James’s Palace 20.83

   St Paul’s Cathedral 18.82

   Sanderson (Arthur) & Sons 13.44

   Savoy Hotel 3.2

   Sheffield 34.4

   Silver Studio 5.2

   Skinner’s Company 17.84

   South London Gallery 26.6

   Southside House (Wimbledon) 17.84

   Spencer House (London) 16.85

   Standen House (E. Grinstead, Sussex) 5.1, 14.55

   Stoke-on-Trent 8.1, 16.85

   Strawberry Hill (Twickenham) 15.47

   Surrey 6.3, 12.57, 14.55

   Surrey houses and churches 22.91

   Sutton Place (Guildford) 14.55, 19.68, 21.142

   Swansea and Cardiff 30.4

   Tate Modern 23.112

   Thames cruise 25.5

   ’The Pastures’ (North Luffenham) 25.5

   Toulouse 23.112

   Tower House (Kensington) 14.55

   Towner Art Gallery (Eastbourne) 35.4

   Tynside & Northumbria 35.4

   University College (London) 21.142

   Upton Grey 24.111

   V&A 4.2, 10.40, 11.33

      British Galleries 26.6

      exhibitions 29.4, 30.4, 31.5, 35.4

   Vienna 6.3, 29.4

   Wales 11.33

   Waltham Abbey & Essex churches 29.4

   Wardour Castle 24.111, 29.4

   Warner archives 31.5

   Wartski, Mayfair 33.5

   Warwickshire 14.55

   Waterloo International Terminal 19.68

   Watts Gallery (Compton, Surrey) 6.3, 22.91

   Wedgwood Museum, Stoke-on-Trent 34.4

   Westminster Archives Center 33.5

   William Morris Gallery 33.5

   Windsor Castle 26.6

   Winsor and Newton 32.4

   Woolley and Wallis summer picnic (Salisbury) 35.4

Das Interieur 11.7

Das Werk 25.29

Dastugue, D. 27.14

Daum, A. and A. 6.43, 24.64, 91, 31.50

Le Dauphin (Paris) 22.86

David, Jacques-Louis 18.42

Davidson, Mrs Maitland 23.60–1

Davidson, Randal, Archbishop of Canterbury 21.54

Davidson, Thomas 28.65

Davie, Alan 33.62

Davies, Archibald John 21.90, 92, 94, 95

Davies, Arthur E. 10.22

Davies, Crossley 26.75

Davies, Elizabeth 17.16

Davies, F.L. 31.39

Davies, Frank 4.26

Davies, Stanley 17.51, 54, 57

Davies, W.H. 20.67

Davis (Arthur) of London 22.68

Davis, Sir Edmund 8.23–4, 21.65, 78

Davis, Fred 21.91

Davis, Louis B. 17.10, 21.72–3, 28.24

Davis, Owen W. 20.26, 26.14

Davis, Tempe 33.103

Davison, George 10.12

Davison, Joan 30.113

Davison, T. Raffles 21.105, 106, 109, 110, 111, 23.96, 31.31, 32, 39

Davoli, H. 27.28

Dawbarn, Guy 5.34

Dawber, Guy 24.50

Dawkins, R.M. 35.59

Dawson, Edith 18.18, 64, 23.77, 80, 83

Dawson, Nelson 17.60, 18.18, 64, 23.75, 77, 80, 28.162, 33.58, 64

Dawson-Watson, Dawson 28.75

Day & Son 22.61

Day, Lewis Forman 3.47, 7.11, 9.43, 57, 11.10, 12, 19, 12.20–2, 24, 13.4, 5, 19–25, 14.10, 13, 17.14, 18.4, 6, 9, 10, 12, 23, 41, 20.20, 25.17, 26.58, 27.63, 29.20, 108, 31.11, 34.23, 25, 27, 29, 31, 34, 127, 35.51, 95, 96

Day, Lucienne 15.41, 43, 31.105, 33.100

Day, Robin 21.134–5, 136, 26.127

Dayan, Moshe 22.89

De Bazel (architect) 22.8

De Beauvoir, Simone 22.86

De Beers Consolidated Mines Ltd 33.66

De Gaulle, Charles 22.89

De La Rue 30.53

De La Warr Pavilion (Bexhill-on-Sea) 26.122, 32.22

De Morgan, Mary 28.135

De Morgan, William 7.36, 9.50, 16.76–8, 18.18, 21, 50, 58, 20.46, 51–2, 21.47, 50, 52, 24.52–3, 99, 107, 25.16, 42, 44, 27.29–30, 31, 28.21, 63, 150, 179, 181–2, 30.70, 31.27, 30, 34.68, 73, 102, 106, 35.108, 156

De Parry, 26.77

De Quincy, Thomas 24.24

De Sphinx (Maastricht) 26.117

De Stijl 21.116

De Stijl group 21.119

De Wint, Peter 24.40

Dean, Basil 35.22

Dearing, Ezra 32.104

Dearle, J.H. 18.4, 11, 25.16, 28.181

Dearmer, Percy 26.19, 21

Dearston Stoneware 32.104–5

Debenham and Freebody (London) 22.62, 26.87

Debenham House 28.83, 121

Deberny-Peignot foundry 19.60

Decamps, Alexandre Gabriel 35.153

Deccan Service (1826) 25.60

Deck, Annette (aka Marguerite) 27.43, 48

Deck, Joseph-Théodore 23.92–3, 94, 96, 27.39–50, 30.49, 60, 71, 31.87, 35.153

Deck, Xavier 27.40

Decoeur, Emile 35.114, 119

Decoration, Painting, Sculpture, Architecture 2.30, 33, 17.34, 39, 20.19, 25, 26

Decorative Art 8.40, 45

Decorative Arts Society (DAS) see DAS (Decorative Arts Society)

Decorative Needlework Society 33.86

Décorchemont, François 17.72

Deepwell, Katy 20.69

Degas, Edgar 21.85, 31.141

Deglane, Louvet and Thomas (interior decorators) 27.8

Degroux, Charles 21.78, 84

Dekorative Kunst 22.19, 25.12

Del Marle, Félix 21.116–20

   Couleur dans l’espace 21.117

Delaherche, Auguste 14.29, 28.158, 160, 161

Delamarre, Raymond 15.22, 17.73

Delarue, Alphonse 23.92

Delaunay, Robert 19.1, 27.12, 17

Delaunay, Sonia 2.29, 18.75, 21.120, 27.12, 17

Delaune, Etienne 24.94

Délécluze, Eugène 16.3

Delft Polytechnic 7.34

Delftware 7.34

Delhi, Hall of the Princes 21.125

Dell and Wainwright (photographers) 20.71

Della Robbia, Andrea 14.18, 20.47

Della Robbia, Luca 14.18, 30.25, 35.30–1, 111

Della Robbia Pottery (Birkenhead) 14.18, 19, 17.9, 18.52, 20.47, 21.13, 31, 24.99, 30.119

Delmenhorst Linoleum Manufactory 22.22

Denbighshire Technical College 26.127

Denby, Elizabeth 20.74

Denby ware 32.55

Dendy, Henrietta 30.45

Dene, Dorothy 34.94

Deneuve, Catherine 22.89

Denham Studios 32.36

Denis, Maurice 15.6, 11, 17.67, 69, 70, 72, 27.9, 12, 13

   biography 17.77

Denley, Mary A. 20.18

Denman, Lady 12.42

Dennis, H.J. 13.16

Dennis, Richard 3.40, 24.99, 100

Denny (William) & Sons (shipbuilders) 28.41

Dennys, Joyce 23.65–6

Dent (J.M.) 21.99–100

Dent, Leonard 35.64

Department of Agriculture and Technical Instruction for Ireland 21.15

Department of Science and Art (DSA) 28.31–9, 43, 50

Der Angriff 26.113

Der Moderne Stil 25.12

Derain, André 17.67, 19.1, 27.9, 91369

Derain, Léger 22.86

Derkinderen, A.J. 7.41

Derkinderen-Besier, J.H. 11.11, 13

Derngate house (Northampton) 10.1–7

Derry & Toms (Kensington) 26.87

Derry, C. 8.44

Descatoire, Alexandre 17.69, 70

Design 3.25

Design Copyright Act (1839) 26.34

Design Council 15.18, 25.74

Design and Industries Association (DIA) 1.5, 10, 10.1, 12.47, 13.27, 17.6, 42, 44, 54, 59, 19.60, 20.62, 66, 69, 22.43–55, 64, 27.55, 58, 60, 66, 31.95, 32.21, 35.118

   Journal 1.7

Design journal 21.130, 132, 32.17, 33.69

Design and Research Centre for the Gold, Silver and Jewellery Industries (DRC) 32.87–9

Design Research Unit 10.27

Design for Today 2.42, 17.59

Designers in Britain 15.17

Designs Act (1842) 26.34

Despray, Suzanne 2.15

Desruelles, Félix 17.69

Dessau 1.44–50

   buildings in 1.45, 51–6

Desvallières, Georges 17.69, 70

Desvignes, Peter H. 11.27, 28, 30

Detmold, Edward 28.131

Detroit Arts and Crafts Society 22.28

Detroit Institute of Arts 22.21

Deuchars, Louis 28.24

Deutsche Kunst und Dekoration 22.19, 31.48, 32.49

Deutsche Werkstätten 14.29, 32, 22.22

Deutscher Werkbund 22.5–16, 20, 28

Deutsches Museum für kunst im Handel und Gewerbe (Hagen) 14.32, 22.6–16, 20

Deutsches Museum (Munich) 16.63

Deutsches Werkbund movement 1.4–5, 5.5, 6.17, 11.5, 8, 9, 14.29, 32, 17.6, 11, 19.63, 20.69

Devey, George 12.13

Devon

   Crownhill, Plymouth 32.140, 141

   Membland House 25.42

   New Palace Theatre (1898), Plymouth 26.49

   Plymouth Armada Way mural 31.133

Devon Pottery (Stoke-on-Trent) 32.119

Devonshire, Duke of 25.49

Dewar, De Courcy Lewthwaite 23.80

Dewey, John 28.67

Dhomme, Maurice 17.72

Dhotel, François 22.88

Diaghilev, Sergei 8.31, 39, 9.37, 14.48, 17.67, 27.9

Diamond, John 21.135

Dick, Lexi 23.14

Dick, William Reid 4.5

Dickens, Ronald 15.15

Dickins and Jones (London) 22.62

Dicksee, Sir Frank 21.56, 65

Dickson, Louisa 17.16

Die Form 4.40

Die Kunst 14.25, 27

Die Schaulade 26.108, 111, 117

Dieppe 19.20–30

Dieter, Henning B 32.140

Digby, George Wingfield 28.160

Digby Wyatt, Sir Matthew see Wyatt, Sir Matthew Digby

Dijsselhof-Keuchenius, M.W.V. 11.11, 14

Dijssholf, G.W. 11.11, 12

Dillon, Edward 28.167

Dingwall, K. 24.44

Dior, Christian 33.27

Dircks, Rudolf 4.5

Disney, Walt 27.18

Disneyland, Paris 27.18

Ditchling 21.83

   Coomberwood House 21.81

   The Jointure 21.77, 81–2, 84, 86–7

Dix, Otto 32.32

Dixon, Arthur Stansfield 1.19, 18.61, 22.33, 25.24

Dixon, C.W. 27.28

Dixon (Henry) & Co (photographers) 17.11

Dixon (James) & Sons Ltd 14. supplement, 17.61, 22.40, 25.16, 29.66–83, 92, 34.131

Doat, Taxile 13.6, 22.80

Dobson, Frank 8.29, 17.34–40, 21.124, 131

Dobson, Mary 17.36, 37

Dock, Eugène 27.40

Dodd, Francis 35.104, 119

Dodd, H. 28.88

Dodeigne, Eugène 15.10

Dodgson, Campbell 24.45

Dodgson, Charles (’Lewis Carroll’) 3.45

Dohrn, Wolf 25.26

Dokkum, G.W. van 16.42

Dolci, Carlo 8.34

Dölker, Richard 31.82, 83, 84, 86, 88, 89–90

Doll, Charles Fitzroy 26.58

Dollfus-Mieg & Cie 29.97

Dolmetsch, Arnold 17.7, 28.73

Le Dôme (Paris) 22.84, 86

Dome of the Rock (Jerusalem) 16.78

Domela, César 21.119

Domenech, Luis 16.7

Donald Brothers Ltd (textiles) 2.33, 34, 22.51

Donald, John 33.56, 68

Donaldson, Sir George 7.9–14

Doncaster Race Cup (1828) 25.60, 71

Dondel, Jean-Claude 27.14

Donegal 21.16

Donegal Industrial Fund 28.155

Donlevy, J. Stuart 34.29

Donlin, Martin 24.56

Donnelly, John 28.37

Donnelly, Major General 13.19

Doran, Joseph 24.38, 42

Dorchester Hotel (London) 4.2, 19.54, 58

   ’Cotton in Fashion 1951’ show 33.14

   visit to 4.2

Dorchester House (London) 21.49, 50

Doré, Gustave 20.21, 28.129

Dores Memorial Arch (Aldourie) 21.19

Doric (ship) 22.67

Dorland advertising agency 19.63

Dorland Hall, ’British Industrial Art in Relation to the Home’ exhibition (1933) 22.49, 50–1

Dorn, Marion 2.24–35, 3.12, 37, 4.26, 27, 8.54, 10.23–6, 12.49, 53, 15.40, 18.75, 19.31–40, 53, 22.51, 55, 24.68, 27.58, 32.22

Dorn (Marion) Ltd 2.30, 19.34

Dottridge Brothers 26.17

Double Crown Club 20.70

Doucet, Jacques 1.36, 37, 19.1, 33.42, 45

Doughty House (Richmond Hill, Surrey) 21.27

Douglas, Lord Alfred 21.62–3

Douglas, Campbell 23.35

Douglas Home, Sir Alec 11.19

Douglas (Isle of Man) 31.41–2

Douglas, Major C.H. 4.34

Doulton & Co 1.10, 4.6–7, 16.51, 60, 17.9, 21.29, 32, 78, 22.33, 38, 40, 50, 24.34, 105, 107, 25.79, 84, 26.41, 43, 126, 27.27, 29.91, 108, 30.29–32, 32.58, 34.27–8, 64, 126, 35.31

   art pottery 13.10–14

   cricket frieze (Bayes) 4.11

Doulton, Sir Henry 3.43, 46, 13.10, 12, 16, 21.28, 29, 31, 32, 28.34, 30.30, 69, 34.64

Doulton, John 32.101

Dover’s House (Chipping Camden) 27.100

Doves Press 28.186, 187, 188, 190, 35.26

Doveston, Bird & Hull 31.12

Dow, Arthur Wesley 28.70, 72, 162

Dow, Harold 27.58

Dowling, Henry 2.40, 31.104

Dowling, Linda 34.86

Down Hall, Essex 23.7

Down, Robert 21.27

Downer, Charley 27.99

Downham, Lord 21.61

Downhill United Presbyterian Church (Glasgow) 23.36–8

Dowsing, H.J. 31.63–5

Doyle, Francis 21.122

D’Oyley Carte, Richard 34.60

Drake and Gorham 31.63

Draper, Herbert 21.56

Drapers’ Company 21.56

Drapers’ Record 33.9, 91

Dresden

   crematorium 22.13

   International Art Congress (1912) 18.63

   see also exhibitions and fairs

Dresden Kunstgewerbemuseum 31.56

Dress Reform Movement 33.77

Dresser & Holme 29.13, 16, 84

Dresser, Ada Nettleton 12.2

Dresser, Christopher 1.17, 22, 6.38, 9.23–8, 43, 44, 50, 53, 11.17, 13.14, 16.7, 20.18–20, 23, 26, 21.22–6, 22.33, 34, 38, 23.40, 92, 109, 25.12, 15, 16, 44, 69, 26.27–39, 43, 27.90, 91, 28.152–3, 155, 164–5, 30.47, 60, 62, 71, 31.17, 149–50, 32.21, 34.18, 70, 71–2, 35.153

   art botanical 29.53–64

   cast iron hat stand 26.27–39

   commercial designer 29.8–20

   death in Mülhausen 29.97–102

   designs for Dixon & Sons 29.66–83

   interior designer 21.22–6

   Islamic art 29.42–52

   New English Art Movement 34.116–34

   pattern books 12.1–8

   protégé of Owen Jones 29.30–41

   studio practice and marketing strategies 29.84–95

   in the United States 29.103–9

   use of contemporary science 29.23–9

   visit to exhibition of 15.47

   wallpaper designs 14.10–15

Dresser, Nellie 21.56, 29.8

Dresser studio 9.24–5

Dressler, Conrad Gustave d’Huc 18.50–5, 57–9, 21.13, 23.92, 30.117–31

Dressler Tunnel Ovens Ltd 30.117, 121

Drew, Jane 26.122

Drian, Etienne 23.62

Drinkwater, H.W. 28.118

Drinkwater, John 12.30, 41

Dromore Castle (Co. Limerick) 18.38

Drouant (Paris) 22.86

Drumlanrig and Melbourne (designers) 15.23

Drummond, Betty 26.92

Drummond, Flora 26.91, 92

Drumtochty 21.35

   St Palladius Church 21.39–40, 41, 42

Dryad of Leicester 11.8

Dryad workshops 22.70

Dryden, Helen 23.61

Dryden, John 21.52

Drysdale, George 28.123

Drysdale, Matthew 20.74

Du Barry, Château (Louveciennes, Paris) 16.50

Du Maurier, George 8.20, 18.3, 4, 25.41, 29.114, 34.60, 63, 82

Du Pont (E.I.) de Nemours & Co 19.10

Du Pont Fabrikoid Co 19.10–13

Du Pont, Irénée 19.10

Du Pont Magazine 19.12

Du Sommerard, Alexandre 24.24

Duban, Félix 16.7

Dublin 20.36

   An Túr Gloine 9.33, 38, 18.62

   Building Trades Employers’ Association 18.64

   Lambay Castle 12.42–3

   Metropolitan School of Art 9.29, 33, 18.62, 67

   Sunlight Chambers 18.52, 53, 55, 57

   Titania’s Palace 9.38

   see also exhibitions and fairs

Dublin Arts and Crafts movement 23.80

Dublin Building Trades Employers’ Association 18.64

The Dublin Magazine 9.37, 38

Dubois, Ernest-Henri 19.21

Dubouché, Adrien 27.42, 45

Dubuffet Jean 33.69

Duca, Alfred M 32.139–40

Duchamp, Marcel 33.56

Ducharne (weaving firm) 18.74

Duckworth, Ruth 26.117

Ducos de la Haille, Pierre 27.9

Dudbridge Mill (Gloucestershire) 28.119–20

Dudley Gallery (London) 30.45, 51, 52, 95

Dudley, Lady 18.63

Duff Gordon, Lady Lucile 33.39–53

Duffield, Mrs Vivien 23.10

Dufrêne, Maurice 6.13, 17.67

Dufresne, Charles 27.18

Dufty, W.N. 31.76

Dufy, Raoul 19.1, 27.17

Duke University 24.88

Dulac, Edmund 28.131

Dulwich College 13.14

Dumas, Alexandre 22.87

Dun Emer Guild 9.33

Dun Emer Press 9.31, 28.188

Dunand, Jean 1.38, 43, 17.72, 73, 27.19

Dunbar, Evelyn 26.122

Dunbar Hay Ltd 27.53–60

Dunbar, Olivia 28.72

Dunbar, Sir George 35.15

   Paladins of India 35.15

Duncan, Isadora 17.67, 18.73, 28.73, 35.58

Duncan, J. Elder 8.8

Duncan, John 28.75–6

Duncan Miller Ltd 3.4–7, 12

Duncan, Raymond 35.58

Dunlop Rubber 31.100

Dunn, Constance 26.117

Dunn, E. Treffry 8.7

Dunn, Geoffrey 10.34–9, 27.57

Dunn, Henry Treffry 34.68, 70

Dunn’s of Bromley 10.34–9

Dunsany Castle 28.83, 128–42

Dunsany, Lord 28.127–42

Dunstan, Bernard 25.44

Dupas, Jean 17.72, 24.68, 27.10

Durant, Stuart 20.18, 25.41

Dürer, Albrecht 21.89, 31.48

Dürerbund-Werkbund-Genossenschaft 14.32

Durham

   Bowes Museum 8.12, 16.50–61

   University 31.126

Durnford, Arthur 35.11

Durnford, Grace 35.11, 13

Durnford, Henry 35.11

Durnford, Lucie Zelie 35.10, 11, 12, 14–16, 28

Durnford, Patrick 35.30

Durrell, Laurence 22.86

Durst, Alan 21.127

Düsseldorf 22.5

   Tietz department store 22.10

Dutert, Ferdinand 27.7

Duthoit, Adrien 14.9

Duthoit, Edmond 16.8

Duthoit, Louis 14.8–9

Dutton, Ralph 8.13, 19.57, 58

Duval, Charles 17.71

Duveen, Sir Joseph 27.68

Duveen, Lord 35.158

Duverdrey-Bloquel, M. 19.22

Dwight, John 32.101, 35.26

Dyce, William 13.17, 28.30, 35, 29.10, 54, 35.125

Dyer, Harry 15.29

Dyson Perrins Museum (Worcester) 20.57

Dyson, Samuel 35.140

 

Ealing Studios 27.75

Eames, Ray and Charles 11.8

Earle, Sir Lionel 21.61–2

Earp, Thomas 3.7, 20.18

East, Albert 21.79, 791547

East, Sir Alfred 4.5, 26.73, 28.156, 29.18–19, 31.147

East Boston Pottery 17.26

East Brothers Ltd (Dundee) 32.13

East (Francis) & Co 32.15

East Palestine Pottery (Canonsburg) 17.26

Eastbourne Art School 27.53, 63

Eastlake, Charles Lock 12.13, 14, 18, 23, 16.5, 18.27, 38, 20.21, 21.30, 25.70, 26.14, 66, 29.12, 88, 105, 31.142, 34.23, 88, 90

Eastland Texas 32.40

Eastnor Castle (Herefordshire) 25.48, 51

Eates, Louise 26.94–5

Eaton Hall 34.73

ébénistes 22.75–80

Ebury Gallery (London) 24.77

Ecclesiastical Art Review 26.14, 17, 19

Ecclesiological Society 26.10, 12, 14, 35.41, 43

Ecclesiologist 26.11

The Ecclesiologist 35.41

Eckersley, Tom 22.62

Eckmann, Otto 6.42, 44, 22.22, 31.49, 53, 56

Ecole d’Art (Art School) (La Chaux de Fonds) 25.27

Ecole des Beaux-Arts 16.3, 4, 7, 8, 19.20, 27

École Martine 33.27

Edelmann, Otto 6.41

Edinburgh 21.35

   Architectural Association 28.24

   Art Congress (1889) 28.13–16

   Castle 28.24

   College of Art 13.39, 40, 27.53, 35.64, 75

   Crystal Glass Company 11.16, 13.39

   Royal Hospital for Sick Children 21.18–19

   St Giles Cathedral 28.19, 24

   Tapestry Weavers 2.30, 33, 3.4, 6–7, 12, 12.34, 19.33, 34, 39, 20.74, 22.54, 27.72, 32.23, 28, 33.17, 20

Edinburgh, Duke of (Prince Philip) 27.59

Edis, Robert William 12.22, 20.18, 24.37, 26.44, 34.33, 90

Edison Swan and Drake 31.65

Ediswan 31.67

Ednie, John 9.4, 5, 9, 10, 11, 14

Edsor, Simon 25.38

Education Act (1902) 13.20

Edward Everard Building (Bristol) 26.43

Edward VIII 8.56, 27.59, 69

Edwards, Catherine Adelaide 13.14, 16

Edwards, Henry 25.66

Edwards, Ralph 27.54

Edwards and Roberts (furniture) 8.7

Egerton, Lady Olga 35.51–2, 53, 55

Egypt 21.41

Egyptian style 21.9, 10, 68, 23.34, 27.81–92

Ehmke, Fritz 14.31

Eiff, Wilhelm van 13.39

Eiffel, Gustave 14.5, 7

Eiffel Tower restaurant (Charlotte St, London) 8.29

Eisenloeffel, Jan 31.51

Ekco radios 1.11

Ekman, Johan 5.6

Elam, Martha 21.90

Elbersfelder Kunstgewerbeschule (School of Art and Industry) (Northern Germany) 25.28

Elden (interior decorators) 8.2, 34.70

Electra House (later London Guildhall University) 21.122

electric heaters 31.62–78

Electrical Association for Women (EWA) 31.68, 73

Electropathic and Zander Institute of Oxford 31.63

Electrum gallery (South Molton Street, London) 33.72

Eliot, George 29.27

Eliot, T.S. 4.34

Elizabeth Arden 33.100

Elizabeth College (Guernsey, Channel Islands) 13.9

Elizabeth II 21.130, 24.61, 94, 25.24, 80, 32.14, 39, 33.22, 35.30–1, 140

Elizabeth Lansbury Lawrence Primary School 26.124–5

Elizabeth, the Queen Mother 33.66

Elkin Mathews (publisher) 28.129

Elkington & Co of Birmingham 9.23–8, 14. supplement, 16.62, 17.60, 61, 18.21, 21.28, 24.82, 25.64, 70, 72, 29.62, 95, 30.38, 31.100, 34.126, 131, 133

Elliot, Sir George 35.126

Elliot, Georgina 35.126

Elliott, Charles Wyllys 30.30

Ellis, Alexander 21.35

Ellis, Clifford and Rosemary 15.17, 40

Ellis, Clough Williams 21.20, 28.122

Ellis, F.S. 28.22, 87

Ellis, Henry Havelock 21.99–100

Ellis, Ivy Anne 21.98

Ellwood, G.M. 13.21

Ellwood, Montagu 23.64

Elm Grove (Roehampton, London) 24.17

Elsie, Lily 33.42

Elton, Sir Edmund 17.9, 24.53, 27.14, 35.105

Elvery, A.E. 28.129

Elvery, Beatrice 9.33, 28.129

Elysée-Lenôtre, Paris 22.86

Elzea, Betty 24.77

Emberton, Joseph 3.5, 4.44, 46, 5.26, 29, 8.40, 19.48, 27.16

Emery Colours Ltd 32.66

Emery Walker Trust 28.198–9, 201

Emes and Barnard (silversmiths) 25.60

Emily’s List UK 26.98

Emmet, Mrs Garland 19.52

Empire Art Loan Collections Society 24.45

Empire Marketing Board 22.47, 64

Empire style 8.7, 8, 13, 17, 25

Empress of Britain (ship) 1.10, 5.29, 8.45, 21.77, 86

enamelling 23.71–83

Endell, August 22.7, 11, 12, 21, 30.155

Enfield (Middlesex) 21.47

Enfield Pottery and Tile Works (Pennsylvania) 17.26

Engelen, M.N. 7.37–8

English Art Pottery 24.102–8

English Ceramic Circle 18.30

English National Ballet (formerly London Festival Ballet) 21.33

English Style 14.10

English Women’s Guild 3.37

Eno’s Fruit Salts 23.62

Entwistle, Eric 15.40

Episcopal Church (Aberdeen) 21.42

Epsom College (Surrey) 19.51

Epsom Race Course, visit to 19.68

Epstein, Jacob 15.5, 18.73, 74, 21.83, 122–4, 131, 24.44, 32.140

Epton, Charlotte see Ravilious, Charlotte

Erasmic Soap 23.62

Ercol (Furniture Industries Ltd) 31.103, 32.48

Ercolani, Lucian R 31.103, 32.48

Erie Art Museum (Missouri) 13.6

Eriksen, Gutte 15.39

Ernest George and Yeates, Messrs (architects) 26.44

Ernst Ludwig, Grand Duke of Hesse 23.19, 31.48–9

Ernst, Max 22.89, 33.56

Erté (Romain de Tirtoff) 24.68

Escallier, Eléonore 30.71

Eshton Hall (Yorkshire) 16.22

Esling, George 21.52

Espace group 21.116–17, 119–20

Essen 22.6

Essex

   Church of Seven Kings (Ilford) 21.99

   Down Hall 23.7

   St Paul’s Church (Harlow) 31.132

Essex and Co (wallpaper) 12.24, 24.39

Estcourt, Lady Bucknall 20.5

Estcourt, Lady, of Newton Priory, Tetbury 20.8

Esterhàzy Pálné, Princess 14.45

Etchells, Frederick 8.29, 19.45

Ethie Castle 35.126

Eton College 21.72

Etruria (ship) 22.67

Etty, William 24.63

Etzdorf, Georgina von 23.108

Eu, Château d’ 16.9, 11, 12

Eugénie, Empress 22.75, 78

Eumorfopoulos, George 28.167, 169

Europa (ship) 10.22

Evans, Alan 24.49, 56

Evans, E. Hollyer 26.41, 45–6

Evans, Edith 35.22–3

Evans, Dame Joan 24.86–7, 94

Evans, Sir John 24.86, 25.84

Evans, Wendy 16.24, 35, 34.11

Eve magazine 23.61, 63

The Evening Argus 24.77

Evening News 17.4, 5, 23.56

Evening Standard 17.11, 24.62, 25.40, 33.9

Everage, Dame Edna (aka Barry Humphries) 35.73, 79, 81

Everett, Richard 33.95

Everson Museum of Art (formerly Syracuse Museum of Fine Arts) 17.31

Everyman Theatre (Hampstead) 2.24

Evett, Philip 32.75

Ewbank Auctioneers (Send, Surrey) 27.27, 29

Examples of Ancient and Modern Furniture (1876) 23.42

Exeter College Chapel (Oxford) 18.21

exhibitions and fairs

   Amiens, Decorative Arts (1912) 14.8

   Amsterdam, Art Applied to Industry (1877) 11.10

   Birmingham, Royal Birmingham Society of Artists Spring exhibition (1901) 21.91

   Brussels

      Universal and International Exhibition (1958) 26.131–2

      World Exhibition (1910) 3.18, 14.39, 22.7

   Bucharest Exhibition (1906) 23.26

   Chicago

      Inter-State Industrial Exposition (1875) 29.103

      World Fair (1893) 24.105

      World Fair (1933) 12.43–4, 19.13

   Cologne, Werkbund exhibition (1914) 6.44, 22.15

   Compton (Surrey), Mary Watts Centenary Exhibition (1998) 21.20

   Copenhagen, (1872) 30.36, (1932) 12.53

   Cotswold Crafts Exhibitions 12.35

   Darmstadt, Ein Dokument deutscher Kunst (1901) 14.24, 26, 27, 31.49

   Dresden, (1906) 14.27, 29, 31

   Dublin

      exhibition (1835 and 1865) 9.3

      exhibition (1904) 18.62

      Irish International (1907) 9.33, 18.62

   Dunedin (New Zealand), New Zealand and South Sea International Exhibition 24.45

   Düsseldorf, exhibition (1902) 14.29, 30

   Ecclesiastical Art Exhibitions 26.19, 21

   Edinburgh

      (1886) 9.31

      ’Living Traditions’ (1951) 32.14–17

   Germany, ’Moderne Baukunst’ (1910-13) 22.8, 13, 14

   Ghent, World Exposition (1913) 21.77, 22.6, 12, 13

   Glasgow

      Empire Exhibition (1938) 21.100

      exhibition (1900) 4.21–2

      exhibition (1901) 9.5–11, 33, 14.14, 23.80

      exhibition (1910) 13.23

      exhibition (1938) 15.14, 21.100

      exhibitions (1900) 4.21-2; (1901) 9.5-11, 9.33, 14.14; (1910) 13.23; (1938) 15.14

      Scottish Industries Exhibition (1949) 32.11

   Hungary, Russian National Handicrafts (1913) 14.46

   International Health (1884) 13.16

   Ireland, Irish Industrial Exhibition (1904) 21.15–16

   Leeds, Arts and Crafts Exhibition (1901) 26.45

   Leipzig

      Arts and Crafts (1927) 2.24, 12.50, 52–3

      Easter Fair (1911) 14.36, 37

      exhibitions in various years 14.37

   Liverpool

      exhibition (1874/1875) 20.14

      International Shipping Exhibition 21.47, 48

   London

      Advertising exhibitions 22.60

      Anne Harriet Fish (Fine Art Society, 1916) 23.56, 60

      Antiques and Works of Art (1928) 8.14

      Art Nouveau in Britain (1965) 24.65–6

      Arts and Crafts exhibitions (1888-90, 1899) 21.103, 104, 105, 108, 111

      Arts and Crafts (Royal Academy, 1916) 17.3–11

      At the Sign of the Rainbow (Hampstead, 1996) 20.62

      Biennial Exhibition of Arts and Crafts 21.33

      Brangwyn Exhibition (Queen’s Gate, 1924) 21.84

      Britain Can Make It (V&A 1946) 3.5, 10.36, 15.14, 18, 21, 40, 21.133, 31.77, 99, 32.11, 33.100

      British Art in Industry (Royal Academy, 1935) 1.11, 2.34, 36, 40, 13.39, 41, 17.40, 62, 20.69, 22.50, 51

      British Industrial Art in Relation to the Home (Dorland Hall, 1933) 2.30, 34, 12.53, 19.37, 22.49, 50–1

      British Industries Fair (1926 White City) 27.101, 103

      British Industries Fair (1934) 32.103–4

      British Industries Fair (1937) 32.108, 109

      British Industries Fair (1950) 32.13–14

      British Industries Fair (1958) 32.121

      British Industries Fairs (1930 & 1948) 11.17, 15.15

      Building Trades Exhibitions (1936-1938) 19.47, 48

      Cartier 1900-39 (British Museum) 22.91

      City and Guilds Technical Art School (Skinner’s Hall, 1894) 13.15–16

      Commercial Art (Lund Humphries, 1935) 19.60

      Contemporary Decoration (1932) 19.55

      Coronation Exhibition (White City, 1911) 28.122

      Cotton in Fashion 1951 show (Dorchester Hotel) 33.14

      Daily Mail Ideal Home Exhibitions (Olympia, 1928 & 1934) 1.7, 8.54, 17.64, 19.56, 31.68–70

      ’Design in Modern Life’ (BBC) 22.47

      Early English Earthenware (Burlington Fine Arts Club, 1914) 35.105

      Electrical Exhibition (Crystal Palace, 1891) 31.63

      Empire Exhibition (Wembley, 1924) 4.6, 9, 8.14, 22.62, 24.52, 26.82, 27.63

      English Pottery Old and New (V&A, 1935) 35.118

      Exhibition of Everyday Things (RIBA, 1936) 22.50–1

      Exhibition of Paintings on China (1879) 23.87

      Fine Arts Club Special Loan (South Kensington Museum, 1862) 18.28–9, 30

      Foley bone china exhibition (Harrods, 1934) 27.57

      Founding a National Industry (1903) 21.18

      Franco-British Exhibition (White City, 1908) 18.63, 26.58, 27.7, 28.134

      HAIA exhibitions (1895 & 1901) 21.14, 15

      Harry Clarke (Fine Arts Society, 1988) 13.44

      Historical and British Wallpapers (1945) 15.40

      International Exhibition of Modern Jewellery 1890-1961 (Goldsmiths’ Hall, 1961) 31.51, 33.55–72

      International Exhibitions (1862, 1870-74) 11.30–1, 13.13, 16.50, 59, 20.1, 20–1, 22.75, 77, 25.66, 68, 70, 26.17, 37, 38, 27.7, 29.9, 13, 28, 56, 57, 30.7, 28, 30, 36, 34.23, 117–19, 35.153

      International Health Exhibition (1884) 13.16, 21.46, 23.106

      International Inventions Exhibition (1885) 21.46–52

      International Surrealist Exhibition (1936) 24.61

      Irish Exhibition (Olympia, 1888) 9.31

      Italian Exhibition (Earl’s Court, 1904) 25.22

      Japan-British Exhibition (1910) 26.74

      Jewellery Through 7000 Years (British Museum, 1976) 24.91–2

      Liberty Centenary (V&A, 1975) 1.14–17, 20–5

      Modern Art in French and English Furniture and Decoration (Waring & Gillow, 1928) 32.22

      Modern Art for the Table (Harrods, 1934) 2.40, 42, 13.28, 22.54

      Modern British Art (1923) 20.64

      Modern British Embroidery (V&A, 1932) 2.33

      Modern Celtic Art (1903) 21.18

      Modern Greek Embroideries (Liberty’s, 1898) 35.52–3

      Painting into Textiles (ICA, 1953) 33.20, 100

      Paintings on China (1879) 23.87

      Pottery produced in London between the years 1872-1922 (South London Art Gallery, 1922) 35.116

      Queen Charlotte’s Loan of Old Silver and New (Seaford House, 1929) 17.62

      The Regent’s Park Villas (1981) 8.17

      Royal Academy (1859, 1931, 1935) 17.40, 54, 62, 20.13

      Royal Aquarium Exhibition (1894) 2.3

      Royal Jubilee (1887) 12.24, 18.17

      Swedish Industrial Art (Dorland Hall, 1931) 2.42

      Thirties: British art and design before the war (Hayward Gallery, 1979-90) 5.31, 10.34, 35.118

      Tiles and Tilework (V&A, 1939) 35.118

      Wartski Artist’s Jewellery exhibition (1989) 26.93

      Women Designing - between the Wars (1994) 20.55

      see also Festival of Britain (1951); Great Exhibition (1851)

   Manchester

      Art Treasures exhibition (1857) 18.25, 24.24

      City Art Gallery exhibitions 22.44, 50–1

      Cottage Furniture Exhibition (1919) 22.44

      Design for Living (Lewis’s store,1937) 22.52

      Fine Art and Industrial Exhibition (1882) 31.38

      Royal Jubilee exhibition (1887) 31.23–34, 39

      Second Exhibition of Modern Pottery (1920) 22.44

   Melbourne (Australia), Exhibition (1880) 25.68

   Milan, exhibitions (1906) 11.21, (1933) 12.53

   Munich

      Entartete Kunst Exhibition (1937) 26.113

      German Decorative Art (1908) 17.3

      German Industry (1854) 14.37

      Seccession Exhibition (1899) 31.53

   New York

      Contemporary Glass and Rugs (1929) 2.33

      Contemporary Industrial Art (1930-1 & 1937) 2.34, 12.53

      International Exhibition (1853) 30.26

      International Exhibition of Ceramic Art (Metropolitan Museum of Art, 1928) 35.118

      World Fair (1939) 32.33, 49

   Panama-Pacific Exposition (1914) 26.73

   Paris

      British Decorative Arts (1914) 12.30, 17.10, 60

      British Decorative Arts (1925) 1.5, 2.15, 16, 3.37, 4.7, 28, 42, 5.9, 23, 28, 6.11, 13, 9.38, 13.28, 39, 17.42, 60, 69, 18.74, 20.56

      British Decorative Arts (1926) 19.21

      British Decorative Arts (1927) 17.69

      British Decorative Arts (1938) 17.69

      British Decorative Arts (1939) 15.6

      Colonial Exhibition (1931) 22.84

      Exposition Internationale des Arts Décoratifs et Industriels (1925) 25.32, 34

      Exposition Nationale des Arts Appliqués (E.N.A.A.) (1922) 25.32–4

      International Exhibition (1937) 1.3, 2.19, 34, 3.13, 15.14, 17.71, 19.27, 21.119, 22.84–5, 27.7, 8, 10–21, 35.118

      Les Arts du Feux exhibition (1916) 25.29–30

      Union des Beaux-Arts appliqués à l’industrie (1863) 27.39

      Universal Exhibition (1855) 16.6–7, 44, 50, 22.83

      Universal Exhibition (1861) 16.45

      Universal Exhibition (1867) 7.11, 8.7, 12.3, 6, 13.12, 16.44–8, 50, 20.20–1, 22.75, 77, 78, 23.39, 26.17, 27.7, 28.36–7, 30.35, 36, 71, 34.119–23

      Universal Exhibition (1878) 1.14, 14.10, 27, 20.25, 21.27, 23.92, 28.152, 155, 30.7, 27, 34.25, 27, 43, 127–34, 35.95

      Universal Exhibition (1889) 3.18, 14.7, 22.84

      Universal Exhibition (1900) 1.6, 3.18, 5.23, 6.37, 7.40, 9.33, 43, 10.1, 11.2, 14.24, 29, 47, 49, 17.67, 21.91, 22.5, 19, 75, 84, 24.42, 27.7–8, 28.161, 197, 31.49

      Universal Exhibition (1925) 24.68, 25.32, 34, 27.8

      Universal Exhibition (1937) 21.119, 22.84–5, 27.7, 8, 10–21, 54, 30.143, 150

   Philadelphia, Centennial Exhibition (1876) 11.8, 13.14, 18.43, 25.17, 26.17, 28.151, 29.15, 17, 30.23–40, 54, 69, 70–1, 34.123–6

   Preston (Lancashire), Christianity in art Exhibition (1904) 21.59

   St Louis World Fair (1904) 7.41, 14.39, 41, 18.62, 21.16, 22.5, 19, 24, 28

   San Francisco

      Arts and Crafts Exhibition 12.31

      Golden Gate Exhibition (1939) 3.6

   Stockholm, exhibition (1917) 5.6

   Switzerland, Raumkunstausstellungen (exhibition of interiors) 25.26

   Turin

      Internationale d’Art Décoratif (1907) 3.18; (1911) 7.28

      Modern Decorative Art (1902) 3.18, 4.22, 6.44, 47, 9.7, 12, 17, 20.43–53, 21.112, 22.19, 25.21

   USA, German Applied Arts touring exhibition (1912-13) 22.6, 19–28

   Vienna

      International Exhibition (1873) 62–3, 16.51, 62–3, 25.70, 27.40, 42, 30.27, 35, 34.25, 115, 35.156

      International Exhibition (1897) 7.19

      International Exhibition (1899) 7.17, 21

      International Exhibition (1900) 7.23, 9.47

   Zurich, Schweizerische Werkbundausstellung (1918) 25.25–37, 30–2

   see also Arts and Crafts Exhibition Society; Fine Art Society

Expert, Roger 27.13

The Expositor 25.66

Exton, E. Nelson 31.74

Eyre Estate (St John’s Wood, London) 32.42

Eyre, John 13.16, 21.31–2

Eysinga, Ima van 11.14

 

Faber & Faber (publishers) 19.60

Fabergé, Peter Carl 14.48, 31.51, 58, 33.62

Fabian Society 10.1, 21.111, 26.61

Fabrikoid Co 19.8–14

Fabris, Emilio de 16.7

Faculty of Royal Designers 25.80, 82

Fagus factory, Alfeld an der Leine 22.14–15

Fahrner (Theodor) (Pforzheim) (jewellery) 14.39, 41

Fairbanks, Douglas 21.78

Fairless & Beeforth (publishers) 27.89

fairs see exhibitions and fairs

Faisal, King 3.25

Falcini, Angelo 30.66

Falcini, Luigi 30.66

Falcke, Isaac 24.26

Falize, Alexis 23.83, 24.85, 34.43, 44, 46

Falize (jewellers) 23.83, 24.85

Falkender, Lady Marcia 23.8

Falkenstein, Claire 33.56

Fantell, William 19.4

Far Eastern Ceramic Group (USA) 35.118

Faraday, Michael 29.26

Faragó, Ödön 14.46

Farben (IG) headquarters 10.6

Fargue, Léon 22.84

Farleigh, Frank 17.56

Farleigh, John 10.24

Farmer and Rogers 35.52

   Great Shawl and Cloak Emporium 18.70

   Oriental Warehouse 1.14

Farnham Royal 12.14–15

Farouk, King 32.42

Farqharson, Clyne 24.82

Farquhar, George, The Beaux Stratagem 35.23

Farr, Dennis 14.17

Farr, Fred 33.56

Farr, Michael 32.29, 98

Farrell, Edward 25.60

Fashion and Fabrics Overseas 33.17, 91

Faulkner, Kate 18.7, 25.16, 34.88

Fauré, Gabriel 27.8

Fautores Artium 35.123, 125

Fawcett, Jane 28.175, 33.66

Fawcett, Millicent Garrett 26.85, 35.87

Fawkes, E.S.E.L. 33.61

Fazan (Bruce) & Causer (Shepherd’s Bush) 30.98

Feaver, William 31.94

Fedden, Robin 28.176

Fehr, H.C. 21.122

Feibusch, Hans 12.44, 15.14, 31.132

Feininger, Walter 1.45

Fel, Edit 14.44

Felix, Monsieur 34.36

Fell, Granville 28.131

Fellowes, Daisy 33.61

Female School of Art (London) 33.83

Female School of Design 28.30, 29.10

Femina Magazine 18.39

Fendrick, Barbara 30.155

Fendrick Gallery (Washington DC) 30.156

Fenlon, Mylie 27.104

Fenn, Amor 13.22

Fenn, Howard 23.16, 17

Fennemore, Thomas Acland 15.18, 40, 27.57

Fenning & Co of Hammersmith (flooring) 8.45, 19.42

Fenton School of Art (Stoke-on-Trent) 13.4

Feray (Frumence Marcel) Georges 19.20–30

Ferdinand, Prince 23.19, 28

Ferguson, George 20.19

Ferguson, George Jr 20.26

Ferguson, R.C. 30.146

La Fermette Marbeuf (Paris) 22.86

Ferrand, Stanislas 16.7

Ferranti 31.75, 76

Ferrers, Earl 28.103

Ferrey, Benjamin 26.19

Ferrier, Gabriel 22.87

Ferrier, J. 9.21

Ferrières, Baron de 24.49

Festival of Britain (London, 1951) 10.36, 15.15–17, 21, 22, 41–2, 19.49, 24.53, 25.74–85, 26.121, 27.71, 30.142–3, 31.77, 96–7, 118–20, 128, 132, 32.14–15, 93, 136, 33.100

   ceramics 25.74–85

   Regatta Restaurant 15.16, 21, 41

Festival Pattern Group (FPG) 15.21, 41, 31.93–112

Feuillâtre, Eugène 23.83, 24.93, 31.51

Fewster, Charles Edward 12.1–8

Fewster (Thomas) & Sons (paint, colour, varnish manufacturers) 12.1, 3

ffoulkes, C.J. 21.18

Ffrangcon-Davis, Gwen 35.25, 27

Ficquenet, Charles 22.79

Field & Allan (Edinburgh and Leith) 23.34, 35

Field, Marion 23.35

Field, Michael (pseud of Cooper and Bradley) 8.22

Field, W. 25.89

Fielding (S.) & Co (Stoke-on-Trent) 15.25, 32.119

Fildes, Luke 23.75

Filipescu, George Em. 23.28

Filliol, Louis 19.20

Finch, Arthur 26.73

Findlay, John Ritchie 28.14

Fine Art Society (Bond Street, London) 12.28, 14.18, 22–3, 24.99, 25.38–46, 28.179, 181, 29.18, 30.66, 70, 146, 31.39, 139, 141, 144, 147, 34.94, 35.27, 30

   ’The Aesthetic Movement and the Cult of Japan’ (1972) 25.41–4, 31.141

   ’Anne Harriet Fish’ (1916) 23.56, 60

   ’Arts and Crafts Movement’ (1973) 25.44–5

   ’Austerity to Affluence 1945-1962’ (1997) 31.151

   ’British Sculpture 1850-1914’ (1968) 25.39–40, 31.141

   ’The Earthly Paradise Exhibition’ (1969) 25.40–1

   ’Jewellery and Jewellery Design 1850-1930’ (1970s) 25.45–6

   ’Loan Exhibition of Japanese Art’ (1888) 29.19

   ’Pictures and Drawings of the Landscape of Japan’ (1890) 31.147

   ’Whistler and Godwin: Artist and Designer’ (2001) 26.6

Fine Arts Club (London) 18.25–30

Fine Gilts: Laho Art Works 32.46

Finland 11.1

   Fennia earthenware 15.38

   Gallen-Kallela Museum 11.3

Finnemore, Sybil 12.49

Finnish Design 11.3

Finsbury Central Technical School 26.94

Fiorentini of Florence 24.93

Firmin, Sarah (Dorothy Carr) 31.131

Firth Brown Laboratories (developers of stainless steel) 17.64

Fischer, Alexander 9.29, 17.7, 60, 18.19, 62, 19.63, 20.53

Fischer Fine Art (London) 11.33

Fischer, Theodor 22.8

Fish, Anne Harriet 23.53–69

Fisher, A.H. 28.186

Fisher, Alexander 23.71–83, 25.24, 44, 26.94, 28.122

Fisher, Samuel M. 13.14

Fitton, James 22.47

Fitzgerald, Edward, Rubáiyát of Omar Khayyám (1922) 23.64–5

Fitzgerald, F. Scott 22.89, 27.9

Fitzgerald, John Anster 30.45

FitzHenry, J.H. 24.31

Fitzherbert, Mrs 24.13

Fitzwilliam, 7th Earl 35.10

Fitzwilliam Museum (Cambridge) 18.19, 21.65, 25.43, 33.58

Fjetterström, Märta Måås 30.104

Flaxman, John 25.60, 33.15

Fleet Building (London) 31.125–6

Fleischmann, Trude 32.26

Fleming, Ronald 8.13

Fletcher, Benjamin 11.8

Fletcher, Harold G. 24.53

Fletcher, Mrs F.H. 20.32

Flint, William Russell 25.38

Flockinger, Gerda 33.56, 60

Flore 22.86

Florence, Mary Sargant 12, 41, 43, 12.38–40

Florian Ware 9.43, 44

Floud, Peter 25.11, 12, 13, 16, 22, 33.58, 34.10, 11

Flower Decorations Ltd 32.108, 110

Flower, Margaret 24.86

Flügel, J.C. 18.69

Foale, Martin 33.27

Fokine, Michel 24.63

Foley China 17.59, 26.115, 31.100, 105

Folkwang Museum (Hagen) 22.5, 6, 8, 20, 21

Folla Rule, St George’s Episcopal Church 21.42

Follett, Barbara 26.98

Follot, Paul 6.13, 7.26–33, 8.40–4, 17.67

Folnesics, J. 7.20

Fontana, Luigi 32.48, 33.63

Fontana-Arte (Milan) 32, 38, 32.44, 48

Fontenay, Eugène 24.85

Fonteyn, Margot 33.96, 35.31

Football Post 23.60

Footprints workshop (Hammersmith) 3.37, 12.49, 50

Forbes, Edward 29.54

Forbes, Mansfield 19.52, 27.55

Forbes Robertson, Jean 35.24

Forbes, Stanhope A. 13.14

Forbes-Robertson, John 34.27

Ford, Charles 27.29

Ford, Francis 13.16

Ford, Henry 13.36, 30.131

Ford (Henry) & Associates 30.117

Ford Motor Co 19.10, 14

Ford, Onslow 25.39

Fordham, Montague 28.162

Foreign Office (London) 21.54–65

Formica Ltd 15.16

Fornasetti, Piero 15.25, 32.38, 44, 48

Forney, John W 30.23

Forrester, John 31.127

Forseth, Einar 15.5

Forss, Rodney 24.56

Forsyth, Gordon M. 2.36, 37, 40, 13.7, 27–31, 15.24, 17.9, 26.114, 117, 28.134

Forsyth, Moira 2.36, 38, 40, 35.31

Fortey, John 8.40, 44, 46

Forth Railway Bridge 28.9

Fortnum & Mason (Piccadilly) 15.16, 17.34, 19.51, 54–5, 56, 27.75, 31.75, 32.105

Fortnum, C.D.E. 18.27, 24.24, 35.153

Fortune magazine 19.13

Fortuny y Madrazo, Mariano 5.1, 23.106–7

Foss, Hubert 20.70

Foster, Myles Birket 21.104, 30.45–6

Foster, Peter 32.81–2

Fougasse (Cyril Kenneth Bird) 23.62

Fouquet, George 31.51, 57, 60

Fouquet, Jean 33.58, 60

Le Fouquet’s (Paris) 22.86

Four Oaks

   Bryn Teg (Bracebridge Road) 21.93

   St James’s (Mere Green Road) 21.97

Fourmaintraux & Delassus (ceramics) 14.7

Fourmaintraux, Pierre 15.11

Fowler, John 24.61, 27.55

Fox, Kathleen 18.63

Fox, Richard 23.7, 12, 13

Foxton & Co 22.48

Foxton, William 12.52

Foxton (William) Ltd (textiles) 1.13

Frampton, George 4.5, 14.16, 19, 17.10, 14, 20.47, 21.108, 121, 122, 23.73, 75, 76, 25.24, 39

France

   Museum of the Second Empire (Compiègne) 16.8

   Normandy 18.82

   Sacré-Coeur (Audincourt) 15.7, 17.69

   Villa Cavrois (Croix, near Lille) 17.69

   Villa Kerylos (Beaulieu) 17.67, 68

   Villa Majorelle (Nancy) 17.67

   see also Paris

France, Anatole 17.4

Franconia (ship) 22.68

Frank, Jean-Michel 19.57, 32.108

Frank Smith (ecclesiastical warerooms) 26.9

Frankau, Gilbert 23.64, 65

   One of Us 23.64, 65

Frankfurt-am-Main 8.1, 22.6

Franklin, Hugh 26.91

Franklyn Mint 32.61

Franks, Sir Augustus Wollaston 18.27, 29, 24.22, 24, 28.151, 29.17

Franksen, Rudolph 22.21

Frascati Restaurant (Oxford Street, London) 26.53

Fraser, A.J. 30.121

Fraser, Charles Lovat 35.10, 17–18

Fraser, Claude Lovat 12.48

Fraser, Grace Lovat 12.48, 15.40

Fraser, Trevelyan and Wilkinson 12.49

Fraserburgh, South Church 21.36–7, 42

Fraux, Ernest 22.84

Frayn, Michael 20.75

Frazier, Thelma 17.29

Frederick, Christine, The New Housekeeping 25.32

Freedman, Barnett 19.60, 62, 22.62, 26.121, 27.53, 56

Freeman, Beryl 35.20, 27

Frémiet, Emmanuel 16.9

French, Elsie 35.19

French, Gilbert 26.11

French, John 33.20

French Protestant Church (Soho) 21.112

French, William 22.25

Freud, Lucien 33.103

Freud, Sigmund 32.23, 33.91

Friedlaender-Wildenhain, Marguerite 26.117

Friedmann & Weber 26.107

Friedrich, André 27.40

Friend, G.T. 17.62

Friesz, Othon 27.13

Frijling, Jan 29.97

Frink, Elizabeth 15.5

Friswell, Hain 25.69

Frith, William Powell 21.104

Frith, William Silver 13.15, 21.103, 109

Fritsch, Elizabeth 24.107, 108

Froebel Institute (Roehampton, London) 13.36, 37

Frogmore House, visit to 16.85

Frogmore Park, visit to 17.84

Froment-Meurice, Emile 24.86, 90

Froment-Meurice, François Désiré 24.86, 25.99

Froxfield (Hampshire) 25.45

Froy (electric company) 31.71

Fry, Drew & Lasdun 31.125

Fry, E. Maxwell 19.41, 48, 20.72, 74, 22.52, 53, 26.122, 31.75, 125, 32.23

Fry, Roger 1.4, 7, 3.32, 4.12, 6.28, 8.29, 17.7, 20.62, 21.83, 24.44, 35.17, 106, 137, 139

Fry, Theodore 29.17

Fryer, C.E. 10.25

Fulham Palace (London), midsummer picnic at 19.68

Fulham Pottery 32.101–22

Fuller, Loïe 3.15–23, 23.21

Fuller, Peter 32.9

Fuller, Richard Buckminster 31.131

Fun 20.20, 21

Funke, Gustav 11.6

Furlongs (Sussex) 26.122

Furness, Frank 16.7, 30.60

Furnishings Trades’ Organizer 5.26, 28

Furniss, G.T. 32.102

Furniss, Harry 21.90

Furniture Gazette 20.19, 26, 29.92, 93, 34.134

Furniture Record 17.11

Furst, Herbert 2.27, 35.27

   The Decorative Art of Sir Brangwyn 21.77

Fuseli, Henry 18.42

Futurists 20.64

 

Gabo, Naum 3.6, 15.23, 33.56

Gaelic Athletic Association (Co. Westmeath) 18.67

Gaelic League 9.31, 28.129

Gagnère, Olivier 22.87

Gaillard, Lucien 24.90, 31.51, 57

Gainsborough Silk Weaving Company 34.100

Galand (painter) 22.87

Gall, Kate 30.94

Gallay (Messrs) of France 8.45

Gallé, Émile 3.19, 6.43, 7.9–10, 12, 11.16, 16.51, 22.87, 23.24, 24.64, 82, 91, 31.33, 49, 53–4

Gallen-Kallela, Akseli 11.1–4, 24

Gallen-Kallela Museum (Finland) 11.3

Galli 22.87

Galli-Curci, Amelita 8.36

Gallichan, Albert 24.100, 28.174, 178

   obituary 25.10

Gallimaufry magazine 27.63

Gallopin (Paris) 22.86

Galloway (Messrs) of Knott Mill Ironworks (Manchester) 21.31

Galopin, Jules 22.88

Gamage’s department store (London) 34.82

Gambier-Parry, Thomas 12.38

Gamble, James 25.13, 28.34

Gambone, Guido 31.82, 84, 85, 87

Gance, Abel 27.9

Gandy, Walter 13.12, 16

Gane, Crofton 10.36–7

Gane (P.E.) of Bristol 26.116

Garbe, Richard 21.127

Garbin & Sinet 22.75, 78

Garbor, Hulda 14.48

Garden City Movement 31.40

Gardening World 21.104

Gardiner, Gerald 24.49

Gardiner, S.H. 28.141

Gardner, Ava 22.85

Gardner, J. Dunn 24.27

Gardner, James 15.15

Gargallo, 33.63

Garland, Ailsa 33.66

Garland, Madge 27.54

Garner, Philippe 24.59

Garner, Thomas 18.31, 26.23

Garnett, Lucy 35.53

Garnett, William 17.13

Garnier, A. and C.C. 22.88, 23.93, 31.101

Garnier, A. (with Paul Gasnault), French Pottery 23.93

Garnier, Charles 14.5, 17.69

Garnier, Tony 17.69

Garrard (Messrs) & Co 17.59, 23.7, 25.62, 66, 68, 69, 32.90, 91, 93

Garrard, Robert 25.60, 62

Garrett, Edmund 35.88

Garrett, Miss, Suggestions for House Decoration 23.43

Garrett, Rhoda 12.18, 22, 18.3, 23.40, 43, 44, 45, 28.180, 34.88, 35.83–99

Garrett, Rhoda and Agnes 12.18, 22, 18.3, 23.40, 43, 44, 45, 93–5, 28.180, 34.88, 35.83, 83–99

Garry, Charley 22.84

Garson, George 31.129

Garvey, Ann 17.34, 36, 40

Garwood, Tirzah 27.69

Gaskell, G. Percival 28.51

Gaskin, Arthur J. 1.20, 12.26, 28, 17.60, 18.18, 21.88, 89, 92, 24.42, 50, 56, 91, 25.22, 26.96, 35.14

Gaskin, Georgie 1.20, 17.7, 18.18, 21.91, 24.56, 91, 25.22, 26.96, 27.103, 35.14

Gasnault, Paul (with E. Garnier), French Pottery 23.93

Gate, Simon 2.42, 5.6, 9

Gateshead Stained Glass Company 21.75

Gaucherel, Léon 16.4

Gaudet, Julien 17.67

Gaudi, Antonio 16.3, 7

Gaudier-Brzeska, Henri 8.29

Gaudin, Félix 14.6, 17.70

Gaudin, Jean 15.5, 17.70, 72

Gauguin, Paul 6.38, 41, 31.56

Gauld, David 31.142

Gaumont, Marcel 17.69, 70, 73

   biography 17.77

Gaumont Studios 23.61

Gaunt, William 2.40, 42, 28.157, 34.77

Gaupillat, Jean 19.23

Gautier, T. 23.93

Gautrait, Leopold 31.57

Gay, John, The Beggar’s Opera 35.17–20, 26, 31

Gazette des Beaux-Arts 3.18, 19, 25.91, 94, 27.40, 42

Gear, William 15.43

G.E.C. 4.46

Geddes, Ford 10.24, 27

Geddes, Wilhelmina 9.29, 36, 38

Geiger, Willi 22.22

Geissler, Heinrich 29.29

Geitner, Dr 14.38

Geldart, Revd Ernest 26.14, 22

Gélis-Didot, P. 27.40

Gellert, Hugo 30.139

Gemeentemuseum (The Hague) 7.34, 11.12

Gemmell, Marion 34.32

General Electric Co (GEC) 31.64, 71, 100

General Post Office (GPO) 19.61, 62–3

Geneva 25.28

Gentleman, David 15.43

Gentlemen’s and Ladies’ Tea Rooms (Glasgow) 10.11

George, Ann 34.10

George, Ernest 26.44

George II 23.7

George IV 23.7, 24.13

George Newnes (publishers) 31.70

George and Peto 21.31

George V 22.85

George VI 27.69

Georgian poets 20.67, 69

Georgina, Countess of Northesk 35.126, 128

Gerald Cantor Centre (Stanford University) 30.141

Gere, Charles 12.28, 34, 17.10, 21.89, 25.40, 26.96

Gere, Charlotte M. 16.8, 25.45, 34.89–90, 35.42–4

Gere, Margaret 12.28, 26.96, 97

German Werkbund (DWB) union 25.25, 26

Germont (painter) 22.85

Gérôme, Jean-Léon 18.46

Gershwin, George 27.9–10

Gertz (S.P.) (stoneware) 14.31

Gesamtkunstwerk 21.111

gesso duro 21.9

Gewerbemuseum (Darmstadt) 14.27

GHE (wicker furniture) 11.7, 8

Ghiot, L. 19.22, 23, 27

Ghirlandaio, Domenico 31.48

Giacometti, Alberto 22.84, 32.108, 33.56, 58, 63

Gibberd, Frederick 26.121, 122, 127

Gibbons, Grinling 31.75

Gibbons Grinling, A.G. 8.45

Gibbons, Michael 8.16

Gibbs, James 23.42

Gibbs-Smith, Charles 25.11

Gibson, Alexander 15.16

Gibson (chinawares) 22.69, 72

Gibson, Emma 26.132

Gibson, J.S. 21.122

Gibson’s Wembley teapot 22.71

Gidding (J.M.) & Co (New York) 19.2

Gide, André 22.84, 86, 31.53

Giedion, S. 6.13, 16

Gielgud, John 35.16, 27

Gielgud, Violet 35.16, 27

Gilardoni of Rouen (mosaicist) 19.27

Gilbert, Alfred 1.30, 7.11, 21.56, 63, 90, 127, 25.24, 38

   Perseus Arming 24.40

Gilbert, Donald 21.127

Gilbert French of Bolton 26.10

Gilbert and George (Gilbert Proesch and George Passmore), visit to house of 18.82, 35.143

Gilbert, Henriette Hélène Marie 19.21

Gilbert, Jessie 23.80

Gilbert Scott, Adrian 8.10

Gilbert, Walter 21.90

Gilbert, Mrs Walter 21.95

Gilbert (W.S.) and Sullivan (Arthur) 25.41, 29.18, 114, 34.38, 59, 82

Gilbey’s Gin 27.75

Gildard, Thomas 20.26

Gildea & Walker 30.59

Gilford, Noel 17.34

Gill, Eric 4.7, 6.23–30, 16.85, 17.36, 19.60, 21.83, 126–7, 24.50, 27.16, 31.118, 32.73, 74–5, 82

Gill, Macdonald 17.6

Gill and Reigate (interior decorators) 8.10, 24.60

Gill, T.P. 9.31

Gilliland, Helen 19.57

Gillinson, Barnett & Partners (architects) 32.40–1

Gillow & Company 16.17, 19, 21.28, 31, 112, 25.15, 41–2, 88, 28.100, 31.42, 142

Gillows of Lancaster 8.7, 40, 16.21, 22

Gillum, Colonel 20.13

Gilman, Charlotte Perkins 28.72

Gilman, Katharine 28.72

Gilmour, Patricia 27.66

Gimbel Brothers (New York) 19.2–3, 4

Gimson, Ernest W. 1.7, 17.7, 8, 49, 51, 54, 56, 20.29, 31, 21.110, 24.50, 52, 53, 54, 56, 25.22, 45, 27.29, 99, 103, 109, 28.137, 139, 188, 30.147

Gimson, Humphrey 17.49, 56

Gimson, Joseph 35.31

Ginnett, Louis 21.83

Ginori, Richard 31.87

Ginsburg, Madeleine 33.103

Giovanni, Bartolomeo di 35.128

Giraudoux, Jean 22.86

Girouard, Mark 12.15, 16.3, 21.48, 23.45

Girtin, Thomas 35.119

Girton College (Cambridge) 3.37

Gladstone, W.E. 18.27, 21.32, 24.26, 30.10, 35.125

Glasgow 5.12, 13, 14, 11.7, 19.10–16, 20.19, 21.35, 23.35–40, 28.22–4, 37

   Architectural Society (GAS) 20.19, 23.35

   Belhaven Parish Church 23.48

   Cranston’s Tea Rooms 1.28, 5.12, 13, 16, 19, 9.5, 10.10, 10–15

   Dowanhill United Presbyterian Church 23.36–8

   embroideries from 4.18–22, 236, 24

   Holmwood House 20.18, 23.39

   Hous’hill 1.28, 10.15, 16

   Howat Advertising Service 23.63

   Hunterian Art Gallery 10.8

   Kelvingrove 21.122

   Museum and Art Gallery 24.90, 25.18

   Park Church 14.21–2

   People’s Palace 9.5, 32

   Queen’s Park United Presbyterian Church 23.38–9

   School of Art 6.44, 9.4, 41, 47, 10.12, 14, 13.27, 14.18, 47, 21.112, 26.92, 28.16, 23, 41–5, 30.94, 31.126, 129, 142, 33.83–4, 35.107

   School of Embroidery 25.18

   Society of Lady Artists’ Clubs 5.16, 28.45

   Technical Art Studios 9.7

   Townhead Church 23.35–6

   University 25.43, 28.20

   visit to 6.3, 15.47

   Weaving College 28.42

   West of Scotland Technical College (GWSTC) 9.4

   Westbourne House 23.39

   Willow Tea Rooms 1.28, 10.12, 14, 15

   see also exhibitions and fairs

Glasgow Boys 4.18, 9.7, 10.12, 25.38, 30.94, 31.141

Glasgow Four 13.23

Glasgow Pottery of Trenton 30.26

Glasgow School 21.80, 23.34, 48, 25.18, 22

Glasgow Style 9.1, 4, 5, 12, 21.80, 23.34, 48, 25.18, 22, 28.47–8

Glasier, John Bruce 28.9

Glass Church (Jersey, Channel Islands) 4.28–33

Glaziers’ Company 21.63

Gleadowe, R.M.Y. 17.62

Gleaves, P. 13.7

Gleeson, Evelyn 9.31, 33

Gleeson White, J. 2.5, 4.21, 8.20, 13.22, 14.17, 18.6, 9

Gleichen, Countess Feodora 4.5

Gleizes, Léger and Survage 27.19

Glenbank (Lenzie) 5.16, 19

Glenister, Thomas (High Wycombe) 17.43

Glenrothes House 31.129

Glenview Mansions (Yonkers, New York) 23.45

Glessner, John J. 30.64

Gloag, John 8.54, 17.42, 19.48, 22.52, 34.88

Gloucester Cathedral 24.50

Gloucestershire

   Dover’s House (Chipping Camden) 27.100

   Dudbridge Mill 28.119–20

   High Barn (Campden) 27.96–9, 100–1

   St James’s (Coln St Denys) 28.96

   Tewkesbury Abbey 24.50

Glyn, Elinor 21.62, 33.48

Glyndebourne (Sussex) 24.62, 33.103

   visit to 5.1

Goalen, Barbara 33.21, 95, 96, 98

Goddard, Elaine 32.117

Goddards (Abinger Hammer, Surrey), midsummer picnic at 18.82

Godden, R.Y. 32.16

Godin, Auguste 22.77

Godollo (Hungary)

   artists’ colony 11.21

   Training School for Weaving 11.22, 24

Godwin, Albert 24.40

Godwin, Edward William 8.7, 8, 9.28, 12.15, 20, 14.10, 18.36–40, 20.18, 21, 26, 21.50, 23.39, 43, 44, 25.16, 17, 41, 46, 27.84, 90, 29.12, 88, 95, 104, 115, 30.64, 147, 31.142, 144, 33.76, 34.12, 65, 117, 35.126

Goebbels, Josef 32.32

Goethe, J.W. von 29.23, 25–6, 36, 55, 31.47, 32.143, 145

Goetz, Walter 3.4

Goetze, Angela 21.56

Goetze, Anne Barbara 21.55

Goetze, James Henry 21.55

Goetze, Leopold 21.55

Goetze, Noah 21.55

Goetze, Rosina 21.56

Goetze, Samuel Traugott 21.55

Goetze, Sigismund 21.54–65

   ’He was Despised and Rejected’ 21.59

Golden Cockerel Press 27.69

Goldfinger, Erno 27.16

Goldie & Child 26.14

Goldie, G.C. 20.21

Goldie, George (architect) 26.12, 19

Goldscheider 31.84, 87–8

Goldsmid, Benjamin 24.17

Goldsmith, Oliver, She Stoops to Conquer 35.22, 23

Goldsmiths’ & Silversmiths’ Co 17.59, 60, 61, 62, 64, 22.34, 37, 23.8, 61, 75, 32.87, 92, 96, 33.55, 60–1, 62, 72

Goldsmiths’ College 28.50

Goldstein, Julius 33.91

Goldsworthy, Andy 30.155

Gollins Melvin & Ward 10.28

Gomme (E.) Ltd (High Wycombe) 17.43

Goncourt, Edmond de 22.86, 28.150, 151, 152

Gonse, Emmanuel 17.71