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Pages: 304

Language: English

Publisher: V&A Publishing; 01 edition (1 Oct. 2006)

By: Grant C(Author) Aynsley J(Author)

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This innovative book examines the changing ways in which the domestic interior has been represented in the West over the last five hundred years. Looking at a rich array of depictions of the home, including paintings, novels, television, film, diaries, sketches and photographs, "Imagined Interiors" deals with both public and private attitudes to the domestic interior, and features everything from grand decorative schemes to homely cottages. Published in association with the Centre for the Study of the Domestic Interior, it takes a completely new and original look at a subject not previously covered in this depth and breadth.

'Excellent ... takes a different approach to conventional histories of interior design' --The Bookseller


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  • By susan on 3 August 2017

    Physically a beautiful book, but I only purchased it for study purposes and found the reading hard going. Need a real liking for this sort of thing

  • By int2dsyn on 27 April 2016

    Needed this book to compliment my Critital studies- very good addition to my library

  • By Artsreadings on 17 June 2009

    This volume offers fascinating developments on the representation of the interior space, in relation with written and intellectual history from the Renaissance to the contemporary world.It provides the reader with both recent high quality research and a pleasant and abundantly illustrated read, with developed survey chapters and double-sided notes on more specific subject matters.The survey including early Renaissance painting, Dutch easel genre scenes, 18th-century Hogarth engraving, 19th-century magazines prints and carte de visite photographs, up to sales catalogues, films and television still, and websites, is really fascinating.To give a more precise idea of the book, the table of contents broadly reads as follows:Part 1: Developing a Domestic Culture, 1400-17502. Representing the Domestic Interior in 15th and 16th century Italy: from the birth of the Virgin to palaces of cheese, 223. Home, Household and Domesticity in Drama in Early Modern London, 504. Between Reality and Artful Fiction: the representation of the domestic interior in 17th-century Dutch art, 72Part 2: The Interior Defined, 1650-1900, 1005. 18th-century English Interiors in Image and Text, 1026. 'One's self, and one's house, one's furniture': from object to interior in British fiction, 1720-1900, 1347. Lived Perspectives: the art of the French nineteenth-century interior, 160Part 3: Displaying the Modern Home, 1850 to the Present, 1888. Displaying Designs for the Domestic Interior in Europe and America, 1850-1950, 1909. The Twentieth-Century Architectural Interior: representing Modernity, 22010. "Anthropology at Home": domestic interiors in British film and fiction of the 1930s and 1940s11. Dream Homes and DIY: television, new media and the domestic makeover, 258

  • By Guest on 29 September 2016

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