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Description:VG in VG-DJ; paper edges lt. soiled; pages have hint of toning...VG in VG-DJ; paper edges lt. soiled; pages have hint of toning to edges; DJ modestly shelfworn with short tear at spine head along front joint; text clean.
Description:New. 0500016925 Brand NEW Hardcover with beautiful Dust Jacket,...New. 0500016925 Brand NEW Hardcover with beautiful Dust Jacket, all books are meticulously inspected, automatic 1st class upgrade for books under 14 ounces, packed securely, with care and extra padding, shipped promptly, we have quick responsive customer service, we also accept returns, and your purchase is satisfaction guaranteed, just email via contact seller link, if you have a question, or need a gift note with your personal message enclosed ~ we accept returns, and GUARANTEE YOUR SATISFACTION!
Description:Good + in Very Good- jacket. 8vo-over 7¾"-9¾" tall. 304pp. With...Good + in Very Good- jacket. 8vo-over 7¾"-9¾" tall. 304pp. With 91 Illustrations. Original blue cloth with gilt lettering/decorations. Edited and Introduced by Christopher Reed. The book investigates domesticity in modern art and architecture from the Victorian period up to the present day. Through the essays, the notion of the home is freed from stereotypes of sentimental nostalgia and emerges as an arena of modern art. Pages are clean (no writing, underlining, or highlighting) but slightly yellowed with age. Binding is tight with no cracks or breaks. Boards have a few small dents to lower edges, also edges lightly rubbed. DJ is unclipped with some minor shelfwear (light bumping to edges, corners rubbed). Looks nice in protective mylar covering. This is not a remainder or ex-library. No previous owner markings. Nice copy.
Description:Good. Not at Home: The Suppression of Domesticity in Modern Art...Good. Not at Home: The Suppression of Domesticity in Modern Art and Architecture. This book is in Good condition. Buy with confidence. We ship from multiple location.
Description:Very Good in Very Good jacket. Academic, Scholarly, Research....Very Good in Very Good jacket. Academic, Scholarly, Research. 8vo-over 7¾"-9¾" tall. 304 pp. Solidly bound copy and dj with moderate external wear, crisp pages and clean text. Chic interior and the feminine modern: Home decorating as high art in turn-of-the-century Paris. Lisa Tiersten: Chromo and the Art Museum; Popular and elite art institutions in late nineteenth-century America. Michael Clapper-Model-Families: The domesticated studio pictures of William Merritt Chase and Edmund C. Tarbell. Linda J. Docherty-Psyche and Sympathy: Staging Interiority in the Early Modern Home. Susan Sidlauskas-Ideal Swedish Home. Carl Larsson's Lilla Hyttna S. Michelle Facos-Frank Lloyd Wright's Kindergarten: Professional practice and sexual roles. David Van Zanten-"Hi honey, I'm home": Weary (Neurasthenic) businessmen and the formulation of a serenely modern aesthetic. Joyce Henri Robinson-Domesticity, Decoration and Consumer Culture: selling art and Design in Pre-World War I France. Nancy J. Troy-Forgotten Ties: The Suppression of the Decorative in German Art and Theory, 1900-1915. Jenny Anger-"Room of one's own": The Bloomsbury Group's Creation of a Modernist Domesticity. Christopher Reed-Homes for Cyborgs. Anthony Vidler-Domestic Differences: Edith Farnsworth, Mies van der Rohe, and the Gendered Body. Alice T. Friedman-Robert Rauschenberg's Fabrics: Reconstructing domestic Space. Lisa Wainwright-Master Bedrooms, Master Narratives: Home, Homosexuality, and Post-war Art. Kenneth E. Silver-Pop at Home. Ce Cile Whiting-Vito Acconci's Bad dream of domesticity. Christine Poggi-Coming Home: A Postscript on Postmodernism. Sharon Haar and Christopher Reed.
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