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1994 Journal Decorative & Propaganda Arts Vol 20 (OOP)

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Mark Bassett (aka 'potterybooks')
Author of Understanding Roseville Pottery
P.O. Box 771233, Lakewood, OH 44107
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1994 Journal Decorative & Propaganda Arts Vol 20 (OOP)
This approximately 10" x 7.25" journal is in great condition, essentially new, still in the printer's shrink wrap. Published by the Wolfsonian, this issue was so popular that quickly went out of print (OOP). It is now available from them only in a photocopy version. Here is the color original, paperbound, and more than 272 pages long. Shipping is an additional $2.50. (Two copies available, but no further discount.)

Articles are the following:

Marilyn Martin, "Art Deco Architecture in South Africa";

Federico Freschi, "Big Business Beautility: The Old Mutual Building, Cape Town, South Africa";

David Scott, "Philately and the Avant-Garde: Dutch Postage Stamp Design, 1920 - 1950";

David Allan, "Fjerdingstad: A Franco-Danish Silversmith of the Twentieth Century";

Martin Eidelberg, "Myths of Style and Nationalism: American Art Pottery at the Turn of the Century";

John Gladstone,"Social Realism in American Art: The Generation of 1876";

Nurit Shilo-Cohen, "The 'Hebrew Style' of Bezalel, 1906 - 1929";

Susan Henderson, "Boettcherstrasse: The Corporatist Vision of Ludwig Roselius and Bernhard Hoetger";

Irina D. Costache, "Italian Futurism and the Decorative Arts";

Toni Greenbaum, "Bizarre Bijoux: Surrealism in Jewelry";

Kyoko Utsumi Mimura, "Soetsu Yanagi and the Legacy of the Unknown Craftsman";

Nguyen Quan, "Western Culture in Vietnam";

Jorge Rigau, "No Longer Islands:Dissemination of Architectural Ideas in the Hispanic Caribbean, 1890 - 1930"; and

DeSoto Brown, "Beautiful, Romantic Hawaii: How The Fantasy Image Came to Be."



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