Warning: Undefined variable $browser_width in /var/www/vhosts/arthistoryresearch.net/httpdocs/index.php on line 4948

Warning: Undefined variable $screen_width in /var/www/vhosts/arthistoryresearch.net/httpdocs/index.php on line 4949

Architecture | Art | Crafts | Design


Architecture


Academy Architecture and [Annual] Architectural Review [1895-1922]

The American Architect [1917-1922]

American Architect and Building News [1878-1889]

The Architectural Record [1891-1922]

Architecture. The Professional Architectural Monthly [1919-1922]

California Architect & Building News [1886-1900]

The Canadian Builder and Carpenter [1911-1918]

Dekorative Kunst [1901-1921]

Design Review [1948-1954]

Deutsche Kunst und Dekoration [1897-1922]

House & Garden [1911-1922]

International Studio [1907-1922]

Keith's Magazine on Home Building [1905-1921]

Metropolis [2003-2010]

Moderne Bauformen [1907]

Revue generale de l'architecture et des travaux publics [1840-1853]

The Studio [1896-1922]

Art


Archives de l'art français / Nouvelles Archives de l'art français [1857-1905]

L'Art Moderne [1881-1914]

Les Arts. Revue Mensuelle des Musées, Collections Expositions [1902-1919]

Augusta. Revista de Arte [1918-1920]

The Burlington Magazine [1903-1922]

Die Christliche Kunst: Monatsschrift für alle Gebiete der christlichen Kunst und Kunstwissenschaft [1904-1922]

The Connoisseur. An Illustrated Magazine for Collectors [1902-1922]

The Craftsman [1901-1916]

Gazette des Beaux-Arts [1859-1899]

Illustrated Magazine of Art [1853-1854]

International Studio [1907-1922]

Die Kunst. Monatshefte für frei und angewandte Kunst [1899-1922]

Magazine of Art [1881-1899]

The New Path [1863-1865]

The Yellow Book [1894-1897]

Crafts


The Craftsman [1901-1916]

Journal of Early Southern Decorative Arts [1975-2004]

The Studio [1896-1922]

Design


The Craftsman [1901-1916]

Dekorative Kunst [1901-1921]

Design [1965-1974]

Design Review [1948-1954]

Deutsche Kunst und Dekoration [1897-1922]

Form [1957-2007]

House & Garden [1911-1922]

International Studio [1907-1922]

Journal of Design and Manufactures [1849-1852]

Journal of Early Southern Decorative Arts [1975-2004]

Keith's Magazine on Home Building [1905-1921]

Magazine of Art [1881-1899]

Metropolis [2003-2010]

Moderne Bauformen [1907]

The Studio [1896-1922]
 

Journal of Design and Manufactures


[monthly]
London: Chapman and Hall




No.1, March 1849 - no.36, February 1852 [all published]

Description provided by the Digital Library for the Decorative Arts and Material Culture at the University of Wisconsin: The Journal of Design and Manufactures (1849-1852) was published in London, edited by Henry Cole and Richard Redgrave. Focusing on decorative and applied arts, the journal aimed to improve British industrial design and educate public taste. Actual samples of fabric and wallpaper were included in the issues, and designs analyzed. Attention was also devoted to critiques of contemporary pottery, glass and metals. Other contents include news items, book reviews, and original papers on topics ranging from copyright to the importance of botany study to design. The 1851 Great Exhibition is heavily discussed. Illustrations are scattered throughout. Editors Cole and Redgrave were significant figures in British design education reform. Redgrave (1804-88) was an artist, teacher, and administrator. Sir Henry Cole (1808-1882) was active in education and arts administration, organized the Great Exhibition of 1851, and helped form the applied arts collections that grew into the South Kensington Museum, later the Victoria and Albert Museum, where he served as the first museum director. The six compilation volumes presented here constitute the full run (36 monthly issues) of this short-lived journal. Each volume includes six issues with a contents index. Original volumes are held at the UW-Madison, Kohler Art Library, call number W 7J821 Cutter. Comments: an excellent digitization provided by the Digital Library for the Decorative Arts and Material Culture at the University of Wisconsin For further information about the University of Wisconsin Decorative Arts and Material Culture Collection and about other resources they have digitized see: http://decorativearts.library.wisc.edu/