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Topics: Lamps, Art Deco, Art exhibitions, Design, Art nouveau, Visual arts, Interior design, Museum exhibits

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TURKISH FURNITURE DESIGN IN THE 1930s: RESPONSES TO ART DECO IN THE EARLY REPUBLICAN PERIOD

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Furniture History, the journal of the Furniture History Society, is an extensively illustrated scholarly journal issued annually to members only. It is the only journal devoted to the history of furniture from all parts of the world and is internationally recognized as authoritative. Subjects range from the work of individual makers and designers to aspects of interior decoration, domestic economy and trade practice. Contributions have been made by the foremost scholars in the field, including Edward Joy on the overseas trade, Robert C. Smith on Portuguese furniture, Helena Hayward on the designs of John Linnell, Georg Himmelheber on nineteenth century German furniture, Geoffrey de Bellaigue on the patronage of George IV, Svend Eriksen on neo-classical furniture, Morrison H. Hecksher on Philadelphia Chippendale, and Pierre Verlet on Parisian upholsterers.

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We’ll provide a PDF copy for your screen reader. The Journal of Decorative and Propaganda… Vol. 1, Spring, 1986 Art Deco Lighting

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Topics: Industrial design, Art Deco, Furniture design, Modernist art, Business structures, Floor lamps, Interior design, Table lamps

Topics: Furniture design, Art Deco, Modernist art, Interior design, Armchairs, Architectural design, Carpets, Furniture making

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Since 1986, The Journal of Decorative and Propaganda Arts has been dedicated to fostering new scholarship for the period 1875 to 1945 and parallels themes contained in the collection of The Wolfsonian. The 25th issue, released in May 2005, is devoted to the American hotel; its 10 essays explore the material, social, and cultural world of large American hotels and tell the story of how they evolved into some of the world’s most significant and interesting buildings. Past issues of the award-winning journal have addressed other themes, including volumes that focused on architecture and design in Florida, Cuba, Russia/Soviet Union, Brazil, Yugoslavia and Argentina, as well as aspects of the collection such as New Deal murals and Arts and Crafts metal work, among others.

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Published by: Florida International University Board of Trustees on behalf of The Wolfsonian-FIU

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