DAS Index – Article Titles and Authors

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An Aesthetic Memoir (Bell) 4.12–17

Akseli Gallen-Kallela - The Creator of Finnish Design (Karvonen-Kannas) 11.1–4

Albert Gallichan (1930-2001) (obituary) 25.10

Albert Paley: Metalsmith Extraordinary (Bosomworth) 30.153–7

Aldrich, Dr Megan 25.48–58

Alexander Fisher: Pioneer of Arts & Crafts Enamelling (Pudney) 23.71–85

Alister Maynard, MBE (1903-1976) (Rutherford) 3.25–31

Allan, David 18.31–5

The Ambassador: The Contribution of One Trade Journal to the British fashion and Textile Industry (Stapleton) 33.91–105

Anderson, Alastair Scott 23.87–101, 26.41–59

Anderson, Anne 22.67–73

Andreas Papadakis 17th June 1938-10th June 2008 (obituary) 32.8–9

The Anglo-Japanese Buffet by E.W. Godwin: variations on and developments of a design (Reeves) 18.36–40

An Appraisal of Viollet-Le-Duc (1814-1879) and His Influence (Barker) 16.3–13

Arber, Katie 26.121–34

Arcades Ambo: The Beggarstaff Brothers at Home (The Idler 1896) 2.44–50

The Architect as Furniture Designer: Bernard E Smith (Goodman) 31.9–21

The Architectural Sculpture of Gilbert Bayes (Irvine) 4.5–11

Architectural Sculpture in London 1890-1940 (Skipwith) 21.121–9

The Archive of Warner & Sons Ltd (Bury) 4.26–7

Arms and Exhibitions (North) 25.97–102

Art, Industry and Everyday Things: Manchester City Art Gallery and Industrial Art between the Wars (Fraser & Paul) 22.43–57

Arthur, Elizabeth F. 4.18–25

The Artisan Skills of Colour Lithographic Printing and the Organisation of Modern Display Advertising in Britain 1920-40 (Rennie) 22.59–65

The Arts and Crafts Movement and British Schools of Art (Rawson) 28.29–55

The Arts and Crafts Movement collections at Cheltenham Art Gallery and Museum (Greensted) 24.49–57

The Arts and Crafts Society of Ireland (1894-1925) with particular reference to Harry Clarke (Bowe) 9.29–40

Ashelford, Jane 4.28–33

Ashley’s Textiles (Calvocoressi) 3.4–14

Aslin, Elizabeth 1.3–13, 5.3, 7.9–14, 11.i

Aspects of the Continuing Arts and Crafts Tradition - Architectural Decoration in France in the 1920s & 1930s (Barker) 17.67–79

Aspects of Design Reform in the German Ceramic Industry Around 1900, as Illustrated by the British Museum Collection (Rudoe) 14.24–33

Astley, Stephen 19.16–19

Atterbury, Paul 7.3, 10.i

Auty, Helen R. 27.5

Aynsley, Jeremy 19.59–66

 

Bailey, Jane 35.103–21

Baker, Fiona 12.1–9

Ball, Victoria Reyner 21.35–45

Bang, Ole 11.27–31

Barbara Morris at the V&A: Notes on a Colleague, Friend and Mentor (Opie) 34.9–13

Barbara Morris’s Gifts to the V&A and the British Museum (Rudoe & Solicari) 34.15–19

Barker, Michael 14.5–9, 15.5–13, 16.3–13, 17.67–79, 19.20–30, 21.4, 116–20, 22.2, 83–9, 27.7–21

Bascou, Marc 16.44–9

Bath Cabinet Makers (Payne) 5.23–30

Batho, Howard 17.34–41

Batkin, Maureen 7.26–33

Beare, Geraldine 23.3

Beddo, Stella 14–19, 15.3

1895: The Beggarstaffs’ ’Annus Mirabilis’ (Bronkhurst) 2.3–13

Bell, Quentin 4.12–17

Benton, Charlotte 6.7–22

Bernard Bumpus (1921-2004) (obituary) 28.7

Bernard Sleigh, artist and craftsman, 1872-1954 (Cooper) 21.88–102

Bettley, James 26.9–25

Bide, Eleni 32.87–99

Blench, Brian J.R. 13.39–42

Blurring the Boundaries: Print, Personality and the Interiors of Zandra Rhodes and Christopher Vane Percy (Nothdruft) 33.27–37

Borrowing from Collectors: The Role of the Loan in the Formation of the Victoria and Albert Museum and its Collection (1852-1932) (Eatwell) 24.21–9

Bosomworth, Dorothy 30.153–7

Bowe, Nicola Gordon 12, 26–37, 9.29–40, 18.61–8, 28.127–47

Boyd, Ailsa 30.75–91

Boydell, Christine 19.31–40, 33.9–25

Brangwyn and the Japanese Connection (Horner) 26.73–83

Brasseries, Restaurants and Cafés in Paris, and a Gazetteer of Establishments of Decorative Interest (Barker) 22.83–9

British Wallpapers 1945-1960 (Pinney) 15.40–4

Bronkhurst, Judith 2.3–13

Bumpus, Bernard 13.3–8, 18.41–9, 22.75–81, 27.39–51

Buruma, Anna 33.75–89

Bury, Hester 2.36–43, 4.26–7

Byrdcliffe and the ’Dream of Somewhere’ (Green) 28.57–81

 

Calloway, Stephen 8.19–28, 10.18–21

Calvocoressi, Richard 3.4–14

Campbell, Louise 10.1–9

Carruthers, Annette 28.9–27

Casey, Andrew 25.74–86

Catherine Cranston (Robertson) 10.10–17

Cecilia Sempill, Dunbar Hay: notes for a lecture (Powers) 27.53–61

Century Guild Inventions: The Century Guild of Artists at the International Inventions Exhibition, London, 1885 (Evans) 21.46–53

Ceramics at the Festival of Britain 1951: Selection and Objection (Casey) 25.74–86

Ceramics Education and the transformation of the Arts and Crafts Legacy in America: Charles Fergus Binns and R. Guy Cowan (Corsiglia) 17.23–33

Ceresole, Anne 20.34–42, 25.4, 28.4, 29.4, 30.4, 31.5, 32.4, 35.4

Changing Taste and Influence, English Design 1900-1940 (Aslin) 1.3–13

Charmingly Minute: Tiffany Japanese-Style Jewellery (Sandecki) 34.43–57

Christopher Dresser: Designs for Elkington & Co (Tilbrook) 9.23–8

Christopher Dresser: from Design to Retail in the Late 19th Century (Rose) 29.84–96

Christopher Dresser - Interior Designer (Lyons) 21.22–6

Christopher Dresser (1834-1904) (Fine Art Society Catalogue insert) 14.30–1

Christopher Dresser and the “Modern English" Style: His later Designs for Wallpapers and Hangings (Halén) 14.10–15

Christopher Dresser and the Use of Contemporary Science (Durant) 29.23–41

Clark, Hazel 12.47–54

Clarke, Amy 28.83–107

Cole, Diana de Vere 21.77–87

Coleman, Brian D. 30.45–57

The Colemans and Minton’s Art Pottery Studio (Donnelly & Coleman) 30.45–57

Collard, Frances 8.7–18, 20.29–33

The Collector’s or Fine Arts Club 1857-1874. The first society for Collectors of the Decorative Arts (Eatwell) 18.25–30

Collins, Judith 23–30, 6.5

The Coloured Relief Decoration of Robert Anning Bell (Rose) 14.16–23

Commercial Silversmiths and the British Silver Trade during the Inter-War years (Dryden) 17.59–66

’A Complete Potteress’ - The life and work of Dora Lunn (McLaren) 13.33–8

Compton, John 4.40–7, 8.2–3

Connelly, William 23.53–69

Conrad Dressler in America: A Potter turns Entrepreneur (Prescott-Walker) 30.117–35

Conrad Dressler and the Medmenham Pottery (Prescott-Walker) 18.50–60

The conservation of a c.1867 cast iron hat stand: a Dresser design and original Coalbrookdale paint scheme revealed (Metcalf & Turner) 26.27–39

”Contempt and Contemporary" Attitudes in the Staffordshire Ceramics Industry during the 1950s (Jackson) 15.20–8

Cooper, Orlanda 32.11–19

Cooper, Roger 21.88–102

Coppin, Richard 17.49–58

Corbin, Donna 30.23–43

Corsiglia, Christina 17.23–33

’Cosmopolitan Heroine’ - The Shawl in the 1920s (Mendes) 18.69–77

Coutts, Howard 50–61, 16.24–41

Cragie, Stella 31.81–91

Crouch, Judith 30.7–21

Cumming, Hugh 32.8–9

 

’The Dadocracy’ and other Humorous Reactions to ’Aesthetic’ Interior Decoration (Taylor & Gere) 29.112–17

Dakers, Caroline 21.54–66

Dancer, the Artist and the Critic: A Celebration of Loï Fuller (Harris) 3.15–24

Daniel Cottier, Pioneer of Aestheticism (Donnelly) 23.33–51

Daniels, Lisa 35.83–101

Davis, John 18.15–24

The Death of Christopher Dresser in Mulhouse (Jacqué) 29.97–102

’The Decoration of Houses’: The American Homes of Edith Wharton (Boyd) 30.75–91

Decorative Arts and Sources of Architectural Symbolism (Keseru) 11.21–6

The Decorative Imperative: Marion Dorn’s Textiles and Modernism (Boydell) 19.31–40

Design for Industry: The ’German Applied Arts’ Exhibition in the United States, 1912-13 (Shifman) 22.19–31

Design and Manufacture: Evidence from the Dixon & Sons Calculation Books (Rudoe) 29.66–83

Design Reform in Austria and Germany c.10—-1914: the ’Avant Garde’ and Wicker Furniture (Kirkham) 11.5–9

Design Under the Microscope: The Festival Pattern Group 1951 - The Council of Industrial Design and the Mechanics of Industrial Liaison (McGill) 31.93–115

Designing Lucile Ltd: Couture and the Modern Interior 1900-1920s (Safer) 33.39–53

Designs for Glass by Eight British Artists, 1934 (Bury) 2.36–43

The Designs of Laurence Scarfe: The archive presented to Brighton Museum in 1983 (Beddoe) 15.14–19

Dessau in 1975 (Sword) 1.44–56

The Division of the Wall: the use of wallpapers in the decorative schemes, 1870-1910 (Latimer) 12.18–25

Donnelly, Max 23.33–51, 30.5, 45–57, 59–73, 31.139–53, 33.5, 34.4, 35.123–33

Dörring, Christian Witt 7.15–25

Dr Christopher Dresser: A Commercial Designer in the Victorian Art World (Gere) 29.8–22

The Dresser Pattern Books from Charles Edward Fewster’s Collection (Baker) 12.1–9

Dry, Graham 14.34–42

Dryden, Annamarie 17.59–66

Dungavell, Jan 21.103–15

Durant, Stuart 29.23–41

 

’An earnest desire to promote a right taste in ecclesiastical design’: Cox & Sons and the rise and fall of the church furnishing companies (Bettley) 26.9–25

East, West: The Andrew McIntosh Patrick Collection (Donnelly) 31.139–53

Eatwell, Ann 13.27–32, 18.25–30, 24.21–9

Ébénistes, Lamp Makers, Pâte-sur-pâte and the Second Empire (Bumpus) 22.75–81

editorials

   1979 (Rose) 4.4, 1980 (Aslin) 5.3, 1981 (Collins) 6.5, 1982 (Atterbury) 7.3, 1983 (Compton) 8.2-3, 1984 (Rose) 9.1, 1985 (Atterbury/Rutherford) 10.i, 1986 (Aslin) 11.i, 1987 (Morris) 12.i, 1988 (anon) 13.1, 1989 (Gallichan) 14.3, 1990 (Beddoe) 15.3

   1991 (Rudoe) 16.2, 1992 (Naylor) 17.2, 1993 (Miall) 18.1, 1994 (Wilk) 19.i, 1995 (Morris) 20.iv

   1997 (Barker) 21.4, 1998 (Barker) 22.2, 1999 (Beare) 23.3, 2000 (Werner) 24.4, 2001 (Ceresole) 25.4, 2002 (Wilson) 26.7, 2003 (Auty) 27.5, 2004 (Werner) 28.5, 2005 (Gere & Rudoe) 29.5-7, 2006 (Donnelly) 30.5, 2007 (Wurtzel) 31.6-7, 2008 (Stapleton) 32.6-7, 2009 (anon) 33.6-7, 2010 (Stapleton) 34.5–7

Edward Bawden and Eric Ravilious as Designers (Skipwith & Webb) 27.63–79

Edward Hald 1883-1980 (Polak) 5.5–11

Elizabeth Aslin 1923-1989 (Morris) 13.i

Elliott, Fiona 22.5–17

Emile Reiber and the Deck Connection (Bumpus) 27.39–51

English, Christopher 23.7–17

Eric Gill’s Stations of the Cross in Westminster Cathedral (Collins) 6.23–30

Eric Sharpe and his Furniture (Coppin) 17.49–58

Ernest Chuck 1887-1959a rural cabinetmaker: a brief account of the connection between Ernest Chuck and Edward Barnsley (Moss) 20.79–80

Ernest Marsh, Collector (1863-1945) (Jordan) 24.31–47

Esposito, Donato 27.81–111

Ethnic Minimalism: a contextual analysis of designs by Shirin Guild (de la Haye) 23.103–10

Evans, Stuart 21.46–53, 31.23–35

The Evolution of Christopher Dresser’s ’Art Botanical’ Depiction of Nature (Oshima) 29.53–65

...”the example set by the late Mr Burges..." Gothic Revival at Insole Court, Cardiff (Williams) 21.5–8

 

Faulkner, Peter 34.77–91

Félix Del Marle and the synthesis of Art in Architectural Polychrome Decoration (Férey trans. Barker) 21.116–20

Férey, Sylvie 21.116–20

Fine Art Society 14.30–1

Fit for the Queens: Teaware for the Cunard Transatlantic Liners c1920-40 (Anderson) 22.67–73

Fitzpatrick, Gill 31.36–45

”For present comfort and for future good" Queen Alexandra’s House, Kensington (Irvine & Lambert) 21.27–34

’A Frankly Modern Building’ (Moat) 21.67–76

Fraser, Jane 22.43–57

The Fresco Revival in the Early Twentieth Century (Powers) 12.38–46

From ancient Egypt to Victorian London: the impact of ancient Egyptian furniture on British art and design 1850-1900 (Esposito) 27.81–111

From Cottage to Kitsch: The Enduring Appeal of the Staffordshire Figure (Solicari) 35.135–47

From Maori tea-hut to Turkish palace: the ’dream houses’ of Queen Marie of Romania (Lowe) 23.19–27

The Fulham Pottery 1932-1965: A return to ’artistic’ production (Peart) 32.101–25

 

Gallichan, Albert 14.3, 20.55–61

Garner, Philippe 1.28–31

Gaylord, Marjorie Orpin 3.32–9

Geoffrey Dunn and Dunn’s of Bromley: Selling Good Design - a Lifetime of Commitment (Opie) 10.34–9

George Jack, Master Woodcarver of the Arts & Crafts Movement (Clarke) 28.83–107

George Walton & Co: Work for Commercial Organisations. The Rowntree Firms (Moon) 5.12–21

Georges Feray, Virtuoso Architect in Brick (Barker) 19.20–30

Gere, Charlotte 24.81–97, 29.5–7, 8–22, 112–17

Gesso: A Lecture on Technique (Marriott) 1.32–5

Gibeling, Keith 20.11–17

Glasgow School of Art Embroideries, 1894-1920 (Arthur) 4.18–25

Glowing with Warmth: The History of the Electric Fire in Britain (Wyatt) 31.62–79

Glüber, Dr Wolfgang 31.47–61

Goodman, Sharon 31.9–21

Gordon Mitchell Forsyth (1879-1952) - Artist, Designer and Father of Art Education in the Potteries (Eatwell) 13.27–32

Goring, Elizabeth S. 26.85–99

Gould, Veronica Gould 21.9–21

Greek Craft Workshops and their links with the Arts and Crafts Movement in Britain (Greensted) 35.47–61

Green, Nancy E. 28.57–81

Greensted, Mary 24.49–57, 35.47–61

Grete Marks, Artist Potter (Hudson-Wiedenmann & Rudoe) 26.101–19

Grogan, Helen 18.82–3, 19.68, 20.83, 21.142, 22.91, 23.112, 24.111, 25.5, 10, 26.6, 27.4

The Grotesque Ceramic Sculpture of Robert Wallace Martin (1843-1923) (Rose) 3.40–54

 

Halén, Widar 14.10–15

Hall, Margaret 30.93–115

Hammersmith Terrace, London: The Last Arts and Crafts Interior (Reid) 28.185–203

The Handley-Reads and the Renaissance of The Fine Art Society 1966-1976 (Skipwith) 25.38–47

Hansen, Joan Maria 34.21–41

Harper, Maureen 12.10–17

Harris, Margaret Haile 3.15–24

Harvey, Charles 18.2–14

Haslam, Malcolm 28.149–71

Haye, Amy de la 23.103–10

Here’s to the Ingle where True Hearts Mingle: The Revival of the Settle and Inglenook by Nineteenth-Century English Architects (Harper) 12.10–17

Heron, Patrick 4.34–9

Heston Airport 5.30–9

”The Honour of Old England" The English Contribution to the Turin International exhibition of Modern Decorative Arts 1902 (Rose) 20.43–54

Horner, Libby 26.73–83, 35.63–80

Horrockses Fashions: and Cotton Ready-to-Wear in the 1940s and 1950s (Boydell) 33.9–25

’Houses As They Might Be’: Rediscovering Rhoda and Agnes Garrett and Their Influence on the Victorian Middle-Class Home (Daniels) 35.83–101

Howell & James of London: Retailing the Aesthetic Movement (Hansen) 34.21–41

Hudson-Wiedenmann, Ursula 26.101–19

Hugh Thackeray Turner: Professional Architect, Amateur China Painter (Prescott-Walker) 27.23–37

 

’Ideas of Their Own’: Patronage and Cottier & Company’s Memorial Windows (Donnelly) 35.123–33

Illusion and Reality - Form and Function in modern furniture, c.1900 (Witt Dörring) 7.15–25

Impassioned Vision - Helen Turner and the teaching of glass design (Blench) 13.39–42

Individualist in Mayfair: Laszlo Hoenig: Architect, Interior Designer (Kahlhamer) 32.31–53

Industrial Craft and Tradition: Albert E. Barnes and the High Wycombe Furniture Industry (Worden) 17.42–8

Inside one of New York’s ’Artistic Houses’ (Donnelly) 30.59–73

International Exhibitions at Paris culminating with the Exposition Internationale des Arts et Techniques dans la vie moderne - Paris 1937 (Barker) 27.7–21

Intertwining Lives: In Search of Agatha Walker, Sculptor and Pottery Figure Artist (Jordan) 35.9–33

The Ionides Family and 1 Holland Park (Harvey & Press) 18.2–14

Irvine, Louise 4.5–11, 21.27–34

Ison, Walter 6.31–6

”It Must Be Done Now”: The Arts and Crafts Exhibition at Burlington House, 1916 (Rose) 17.3–22

 

Jacqué, Bernard 29.97–102

John Charles Lewis Sparkes 1833-1907 (Werner) 13.9–18

John Houghton Maurice Bonnor (1875-1917) (Wilson) 28.109–25

John and Josephine Bowes’ Purchases from the International Exhibition of 1862, 1867 and 1871 (Coutts & Medlam) 16.50–61

John Morley (1933-2001) (obituary) 25.9–10

Joll, James 24.7–19

Jordan, Christopher 24.31–47, 26.61–71, 35.9–33

The Jugendstil Collection at the Museum für Kinst and Gewerbe, Hamburg (Spielmann) 6.37–48

Jugendstill Returns to Darmstadt (Glüber) 31.47–61

 

Kackson, Lesley 15.20–8

Kahlhamer, Duane 32.31–53

Karvonen-Kannas, Kerrtu 11.1–4

Keeping Craft and Design Alive: Saving British post-war silver from the Purchase Tax (Bide) 32.87–99

Kenton & Co (Collard) 20.29–33

Keseru, Katalin 11.21–6

Kinchin, Juliet 9.4–16

Kirkham, Pat 11.5–9

Knowledge, Money and Time: Anne Hull Grundy as a Collector of Victorian Jewellery (Gere & Rudoe) 24.81–97

Koch, Michael 16.62–75

Komanecky, Michael 9.17–22

Krekel-Aalberse, Annelies 16.42–3

 

Lalique’s ’Glass Church’ (Ashelford) 4.28–33

Lambert, Deborah 21.27–34

Latimer, Clare 12.18–25

’L’Aventure du Mobilier’: Le Corbusier’s Furniture Designs of the 1920s (Benton) 6.7–22

The Leavening in the Dough: Karin Williger 1919-2008 (Rayner) 32.21–9

LeGrove, Judith 32.127–49

Léon Solon and John Wadsworth: Joint Designers of Minton’s Secessionist Ware (Muter) 9.41–9

The Lettercarving of Ralph Beyer (Neilson) 32.73–85

Levy, Martin 20.1–10, 28.7

Lewis Foreman Day, 1845-1910 (Rycroft) 13.19–26

Liberty & Co.’s “nola" Metalwork: Art Nouveau nickel silver jewellery from Pforzheim (Dry) 14.34–42

Liberty & The Business of Embroidery (Buruma) 33.75–89

Lissim, Simon 2.14–23

The Logic of Fashion (Troy) 19.1–7

Lord Dunsany 1878-1957: Portrait of a collector (Bowe) 28.127–47

The ’Lost Interiors of Leighton House: Techniques of Modern Re-Presentation (Suleman) 34.93–111

Lowe, Shona 23.19–31

Lyons, Harry 21.22–6

 

McGill, Tom 24.59–79, 31.93–115

McLaren, Graham M. 13.33–8

Manton, Colin 5.30–9

Marc Louis Solon and the Naples Connection (Bumpus) 18.41–9

Marcilhac, Félix 1.36–43

Marion Dorn, Textile Designer (Mendes) 2.24–35

Marquetry in the Medieval Court: The Octagonal Tables of Pugin and Crace (Aldrich) 25.48–58

A Marriage of Art and Commerce: Katie Harris and the Arts and Crafts silverware of William Hutton and Sons (Pudney) 22.33–41

Marriott, Frederick 1.32–5

Martin Battersby: A Portrait of the artist as Collector, Designer and Writer (McGill) 24.59–79

Martin Battersby (Morley) 7.5–8

Mauderli, Laurence 25.25–37

Maxwell Armfield, 1881-1972: An account of his decorative Art (Bowe) 12.26–37

Medlam, Sarah 16.50–61

Meikle, Jeffrey L. 19.8–15

Mendes, Valerie 2.24–35, 18.69–77

Metcalf, Simon 26.27–39

Meyer, Jonathan 25.87–96

Miall, Peter 18.1, 25.9–10

Miles, Betty 20.62–78

Minton, Elkington & Salviati: Acquisitions made by the Bayerisches Nationalmuseum at the Vienna Exhibition of 1873 (Koch) 16.62–75

Mitchell Wolfson Jr: Collecting for the Wolfsonian (Skipwith) 30.137–51

Moat, Neil 21.67–76

A Model Patron: Bassett-Lowke, Mackintosh and Behrens (Campbell) 10.1–9

The Modern Art Department, Waring and Gillow, 1928-1931 (Tilson) 8.40–9

’Modern Commercial Typography’ 1936: an archive of Jobbing printing at the Victoria and Albert Museum (Aynsley) 19.59–66

”Modern Textiles" 1926-1939 (Clark) 12.47–54

Moderne Baukunst 1900-14: The Architectural Collection of the Deutscher Werkbund (Röder) 22.5–17

Monart and Vasart Scottish Art Glass - the French Connection (Vaughan) 11.16–20

Moon, Karen 5.12–21

More on Dresser in the United States (Taylor) 29.103–11

Morley, Christopher 15.29–33, 34.113–36

Morley, John 7.5–8

Morris, Barbara 12.i, 13.i, 20.iv, 25.11–24

Moss, Rachel 20.79–80

A Most Exquisite Display: European Ceramics at the Centennial Exhibition (Corbin) 30.23–43

’A Most important and necessary thing’ an Arts and Crafts collection in Manchester (Davis) 18.15–24

Munn, Geoffrey 35.35–45

Muter, Grant 9.41–9

Mynott, Lawrence 8.29–39

 

nThe 1952 Exhibition of Victorian and Edwardian Decorative arts at the Victoria and Albert Museum: A Personal Recollection (Morris) 25.11–24

’A National Art and a National Manufacture’: Grand Presentation Silver of the Mid-Nineteenth Century (Patterson) 25.59–73

Naylor, Gillian 17.2

Neilson, John 32.73–85

The Neo-Gothic Church Silver of G.E. Street’s American Church (now the American Cathedral) in Paris (Allan) 18.31–5

New Ideas in French Bookbinding 1914-1939 (Marcilhac) 1.36–43

New Light on the Liberty Metalwork Venture (Bury) 1.14–27

A New Vernacular: The Time & Life Building, London (Stapleton) 21.130–7

A Newly Re-discovered Crédence by A.H. Sauvrezy for the Paris Universal Exhibition 1867 (Bascou) 16.44–9

The Night Architecture of the Thirties (Compton) 4.40–7

North, Anthony 25.97–102

Not Lost But Gone Before: The Story of the Rosetti Watch (Munn) 35.35–45

A Note on the recent acquisition of six drawings by G.T. Rietveld (Astley) 19.16–19

Nothduft, Dennis 33.27–37

Nuffield Place, Oxfordshire (Silberston) 5.40–5

 

The Odd Man Out: Morris Among the Aesthetes (Faulkner) 34.77–91

On the Forms of Wrought Gold and Silver Objects (Krekel-Aalberse) 16.42–3

Opie, Jennifer Hawkins 10.34–9, 15.34–9**, 34.9–13

Oshima, Ken Tadashi 29.53–65

 

Paris 1920-1949 (Lissim) 2.14–23

Parker, Eileen 8.50–7

Patrick Reyntiens’ Autonomous Panels: Myth, Music and Theatre (Horner) 35.63–80

Patterson, Angus 25.59–73

Paul, Liz 22.43–57

Payne, Rodney 5.23–30

Pearson, Lynn 31.117–37

Peart, Tony 32.101–25

Peasant Embroidery: Rural to Urban and East to West Relationships 1860-1914 (Taylor) 14.43–51

Peggy Angus, designer of modern tiles for a modern Britain (Arber) 26.121–34

Percy Oswald Reeves (1870-1967), metalworker and enamellist, forgotten master of the Irish Arts and Crafts Movement (Bowe) 18.61–8

Persimmon (The Magazine of Art, Vol xx) 2.51

Peter Paul Marshall: The Forgotten Member of the Morris Firm (Gibeling) 20.11–17

Phyllis Barron (1890-1964). Dorothy Larcher (1884-1952). Textile Designers and Block Printers (Gaylord) 3.32–9

Pierre Mallet (1836-98): Pioneer of French Aesthetic Ceramics in England (Anderson) 23.87–101

Pinney, Mark 15.40–4

A Pioneering Californian collection of English Studio and Art Pottery (Rose) 24.99–109

Polak, Ada 5.5–11

Popper, John A. 8.34–41

Porter, Venetia 16.76–9

Portrait of a Studio: George Faulkner Armitage and his apprentices (Fitzpatrick) 31.36–45

Positioning Swiss Design: The Schweizerischer Werkbund and L’Oeuvre at the beginning of the Twentieth Century (Mauderli) 25.25–37

Post-War Scottish Furniture Design: Scottish Furniture Manufacturers Ltd (Cooper) 32.11–19

Powers, Alan 12.38–46, 19.51–8, 27.53–61

Prescott-Walker, Robert 18.50–60, 27.23–37, 30.117–35

Presenting a New Material: From Imitation to Innovation with Fabrikoid (Meikle) 19.8–15

Press, Jon 18.2–14

A Pretty Kettle of Fish: The Life & Work of Anne Harriet Fish (1890-1964) (Connelly) 23.53–69

Prince Albert, Sir William Cubitt and a Meissen Vase from the Great Exhibition (Crouch) 30.7–21

Pudney, Stephen 22.33–41, 23.71–85

A Pugin Commission (Joll) 24.7–19

The Pursuit of Imperfection: The appreciation of Japanese tea-ceremony ceramics and the beginnings of the Studio-Pottery movement in Britain (Haslam) 28.149–71

Putting Together the Pieces: The Century Guild of Artists Room at the Royal Jubilee Exhibition, Manchester, 1887 and it’s work at Pownall Hall (Evans) 31.23–35

 

Rawson, George 28.29–55

Rayner, Geoffrey 32.21–9

Reeves, Paul 18.36–40

Reform and Eastern Art: The Origins and Progress of the New English Art, or Aesthetic, Movement 1851-1878 (Morley) 34.113–36

The Regency Revival (Collard) 8.7–18

The Regent, Brighton. ’Europe’s Wonder House of Entertainment’ (Ison) 6.31–6

Reid, Aileen 28.185–203

The ’Remarkable Encounter’ Between George Walton and James Morton: Designs for Morton Sundour Fabrics Ltd (Hall) 30.93–115

A Renaissance in Glass: The work of Geoffrey Clark (LeGrove) 32.127–49

Rennie, Paul 22.59–65

The Restoration of George Logan’s ’Rose Screen’ (Komanecky) 9.17–22

’A Resurgent Technique’: Art Needlework in the Netherlands (Wardle) 11.10–15

The Return of the Curve: Rodney Thomas, Architecture and Interior Design (Williams) 19.41–50

Reviews of the Year

   (1984) 9.65, (1985) 10.40, (1986) 11.33, (1987) 12.57, (1988) 13.44, (1989) 14.55, (1990) 15.47, (1991) 16.85, (1992) 17.84, (1993) 18.82-3, (1994) 19.68, (1995) 20.83

   (1996) 21.142, (1997-8) 22.91, (1998-9) 23.112, (1999-2000) 24.111, (2000-1) 25.5, (2001-2) 26.6, (2002-3) 27.4, (2003-4) 28.4, (2004-5) 29.4, (2005-6) 30.4, (2006-7) 31.5, (2007-8) 32.4, (2008-9) 33.5, (2009-10) 34.4, (2011) 35.4

Revitalising Jewellery Design: The International Exhibition of Modern Jewellery 1890-1961 (Wilson) 33.55–73

The Rheads as Art Educators (Bumpus) 13.3–8

Robertson, Pamela 10.10–17

Röder, Sabine 22.5–17

Ronald Fleming and Vogue Regency (Powers) 19.51–8

Rose, Peter 3.40–54, 4.4, 9.1, 50–7, 14.16–23, 17.3–22, 20.43–54, 24.99–109, 28.173–83, 29.84–96

Roughcast Textures with Cosmic Overtones: A survey of British murals, 1945-80 (Pearson) 31.117–37

The Rozenburg Factory: an exercise in Anglo-Dutch co-operation (Popper) 8.34–41

Rudoe, Judy 14.24–33, 16.24–41, 24.81–97, 26.101–19, 28.7, 29.5–7, 66–83, 34.15–19

Rutherford, Jessica 3.25–31, 10.i

Rycroft, Elizabeth 13.19–26

 

Safer, Samantha Erin 33.39–53

Sandecki, Annamarie V 34.43–57

The Saving of Standen (Rose) 28.173–83

Scandinavian ceramics and glass in the twentieth century (Opie) 15.34–9

Screen Printed Transfers: Their impact on the decoration of ceramic wares 1946-2002 (Swale) 32.55–71

Sekules, Veronica 10.22–33

Shifman, Barry 22.19–31

The Ship-owners as an Art Patron: Sir Colin Anderson and the Orient Line 1930-1960 (Sekules) 10.22–33

Sigismund Goetze and the decoration of the Foreign Office staircase: “melodrama, pathos and high camp” (Dakers) 21.54–66

Silbertson, Dorothy 5.40–5

The Silver Trust: A Pioneering Collection (English) 23.7–17

Sir Frank Brangwyn R.A. (1867-1956) Decorator (Vere Cole) 21.77–87

Sir George Donaldson and ’Art Nouveau’ at South Kensington (Aslin) 7.9–14

Sir Richard Wallace’s Oriental Smoking Room (Wallis) 35.149–59

Skipwith, Peyton 21.121–9, 25.38–47, 27.63–79, 30.137–51

Solicari, Sonia 34.15–19, 59–75, 35.135–47

Some interiors by John Bridgeford Pirie and Arthur Clyne, Architects, Aberdeen (Ball) 21.35–45

Some Silver by John Hardman & Co for Charles Lygon Cocks (Levy) 20.1–10

The Source of Art is in the Life of People The Crane Floor: Walter Crane and the South London Gallery (Jordan) 26.61–71

’A Special Decoration’: William Nicholson and Edward Knoblock (Calloway) 10.18–21

Spielmann, Heinz 6.37–48

Stained Glass in France in the 1950s (Barker) 15.51–3

Stamp, Gavin 20.81

Stapleton, Annamarie 20.18–28, 21.130–7, 32.6–7, 33.91–105, 34.5–7, 35.6–7

Stella Crofts 1898-1964: Potter and Ceramic Sculptor. Notes on her Life and Work (Gallichan) 20.55–61

Strong, Roy 24.5

Suffragette Jewellery in Britain (Goring) 26.85–99

Suleman, Reena 34.93–111

Swale, Dr Alan 32.55–71

Sword, Richard 1.44–56

The Symbolic Bas-Relief Designs of Mary Watts (Gould) 21.9–21

 

The Table Glass Designs of Philip Webb and T.G. Jackson for James Powell & Sons, Whitefriars Glassworks (Rudoe & Coutts) 16.24–41

Taylor, David A. 29.103–11, 112–17

Taylor, Lou 14.43–51

Textiles by Frank Dobson (Batho) 17.34–41

Thonet and England (Ole) 11.27–31

Tilbrook, Adrian 9.23–8

Tilson, Barbara 8.40–9

Tom Heron: a biographical note (Heron) 4.34–9

’Tout pour l’art’: Charles Ricketts, Charles Shannon and the arrangement of a collection (Calloway) 8.19–28

Tradition and Modernity? Margaret Calkin James (1895-1985) and CH James (1893-1953) (Miles) 20.62–78

Trollope and Sons - Makers and Exhibitors of Fine Furniture (Meyer) 25.87–96

Troy, Nancy J. 19.1–7

Turner, Eric 26.27–39

Twentieth Century Ceramics from Vietri: A Melting Pot of Styles and Influences (Cragie) 31.81–91

The Twentieth Century Society in Crisis (Stamp) 20.81

Two Arts and Crafts interiors by Aston Webb (Dungavell) 21.103–15

 

Unity in Diversity - Edith, Osbert & Sacheverell Sitwell, Interior Innovators (Mynott) 8.29–39

An Unknown Art Nouveau Interior in Amiens and its Belle Epoque Context (Barker) 14.5–9

Unpublished Notes on Gesso by Frederick Marriott (Garner) 1.28–31

 

Vanke, Francesca 29.42–52

Vaughan, Michael Thomas 11.16–20

 

Wallis, Rebecca 35.149–59

Wardle, Patricia 11.10–15

W.A.S. Benson: A Pioneer Designer of Light Fittings (Rose) 9.50–7

’We May Borrow What is Good from all Peroples’ Christopher Dresser and Islamic Art (Altman) 29.42–52

Webb, Brian 27.63–79

Wedgwood Ware designed by Paul Follot (Batkin) 7.26–33

Werner, Alex 13.9–18, 24.4, 28.5

The Whitefriars Glassworks (James Powell and Sons Ltd): The final chapter in the post-war years (Morley) 15.29–33

Wilk, Christopher 19.i

William Bower Dalton ARCA 1868-1965: Potter Artist Designer Teacher Author Collector (Bailey) 35.103–21

William Burges’ Furniture for Cardiff Castle (Williams) 16.14–23

William de Morgan and the Islamic Tiles of Leighton House (Porter) 16.76–9

William James Neatby: Designs for Furniture, Metalwork and Interiors (Anderson) 26.41–59

William Morris and Scotland (Carruthers) 28.9–27

Williams, Gareth 19.41–50

Williams, Matthew 16.14–23, 21.5–8

Wilson, Muriel 26.7, 28.109–25, 33.6–7, 55–73

’With the Suspicions of a Grin’: Aestheticism and the Use of Humour in British Ceramic Design (Solicari) 34.59–75

Worden, Dr Suzette 17.42–8

The Work in Cloisonné of Clement John Heaton (Ceresole) 20.34–42

Working for Oliver Bernard and the early days of PEL Ltd (Parker) 8.50–7

Wurtzel, David 31.6–7

Wyatt, Robin 31.62–79

The Wylie & Lockhead Style (Kinchin) 9.4–16

 
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