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  • Florine Stettheimer: Painting Poetry

    A new look at the art of one of the most charming and idiosyncratic personalities of early 20th-century New York Florine Stettheimer (1871–1944) was a New York original: a society lady who hosted an avant-garde salon in her Manhattan home, a bohemian and a flapper, a poet, a theater designer, and above all an influential painter with a sharp sati [read more]

  • Peacock & Vine: On William Morris and Mariano Fortuny

    From the winner of the Booker Prize: A ravishing book that opens a window into the lives, designs, and passions of Mariano Fortuny and William Morris, two remarkable artists who themselves are passions of the writer A. S. Byatt. Born a generation apart in the mid-1800s, Fortuny and Morris were seeming opposites: Fortuny a Spanish aristocrat thrill [read more]

  • American Arts and Crafts Textiles

    One hundred years after it was born, the American Arts and Crafts style—made famous by designers such as Gustav Stickley and Greene & Greene— remains enormously popular. But while the architecture and furniture have received most of the attention, the colorful table linens, curtains, pillows, clothing, and other textiles have been largely overl [read more]

  • Rio Grande Blankets: Late Nineteenth-Century Textiles in Transition

    New Copy. From the Foreword: The twenty-seven blankets reproduced and analyzed in this book were woven by Hispanic weavers in New Mexico from the mid-nineteenth century to about 1940.¹ Because many of these weavers lived in the Rio Grande Valley, textiles produced by them are called "Rio Grande blankets." The term "Rio Grande blanket" was coined b [read more]

  • French Art Deco

    An essential survey of French Art Deco, with alluring photographs that render it an art object in its own right The French Art Deco style, which encapsulates the complex, modern sensibilities of the early 20th century, is epitomized by the French works exhibited at the Paris 1925 Exposition Internationale des Arts Décoratifs et Industriales. The e [read more]

  • Late Georgian Costume: The Tailor's Friendly Instructor (1822 and the Art of Tying the Cravat)

    This very interesting, informative, and sometimes amusing 154 page book takes a comprehensive look at Late Georgian Costumes, most particularly focusing on "The Tailor's Friendly Instructor" dating from 1822 and "The Art of Tying the Cravat" from 1828. Subjects covered range from The Regency and George IV periods, Dandyism and English Tailoring, pa [read more]

  • Just New from the Mills: Printed Cottons in America Late Nineteenth and Early Twentieth Centuries

    This book is an introduction to late nineteenth and early twentieth century mass produced printed cottons. It offers a view of the prints themselves as well as a look at the context in which they were produced. The book affords readers the opportunity to discover a largely unknown world of craftsmanship, style, and beauty. Thorough in its treatment [read more]

  • Textiles of the Arts and Crafts Movement

    The author outlines the history of late 19th century England's textile industry, and shares her understanding of the atmosphere that gave rise to the Arts and Crafts Society 100 years ago.Back in print with new color plates: the comprehensive survey of textile designs in the English Arts and Crafts style. For twenty-five years after the first Arts [read more]

  • Bauhaus Women: Art, Handicraft, Design

    This monograph—published to coincide with the Bauhaus exhibition at the MoMA (November 8, 2009-January 25, 2010)—celebrates the work of twenty women artists who created feverishly in all the teaching, workshop, and production branches of the Bauhaus—women who should have been included in the major art histories of the twentieth century long a [read more]

  • Fashion Design 1800-1940 (Pepin Press Design Books)

    The thousands of illustrations in this book provide a unique overview of Western fashion from 1800 to 1945. This eventful time covers the romantic Art Nouveau period and the Edwardian Era known as La Belle Epoque, as well as the First World War during which fashion became involuntarily frugal. These beautiful contemporary drawings depict dresses, c [read more]