Winter 2022-23 Magazine Articles Now Online
We are receiving rave reviews of our most recent issue of The Magazine of the Decorative Arts Trust, one of our most popular member benefits. The print issue is mailed directly to Trust members twice a year.
Please enjoy these select web versions of articles from our winter 2022-23 issue:
- “Centuries of Fortitude and Fantasy: Munich’s Nymphenburg Porcelain Manufactory” by Catherine Carlisle
- “‘Watches and Clocks of Every Description’: Timepieces in Richmond, 1780–1860” by Rachel Asbury Cole
- “Scandinavian Design and the United States: Cultural Exchanges From 1890–1980” by Bobbye Tigerman and Monica Obniski
- “Hear Me Now: The Met’s Landmark Exhibition of Ceramics from the Edgefield District”
- “Crafting Freedom: The Life and Legacy of Free Black Potter Thomas W. Commeraw” by Margi Hofer and Allison Robinson
- “Jefferson’s Retirement Masterpiece: Restoring Poplar Forest” by Travis McDonald
- “A Life Full of Art: Collections and Connections at Cranbrook’s Smith House” by Nina Blomfield
- “A New Vision for Newport’s Hunter House” by Leslie B. Jones, Nicole J. Williams, and MaryKate Smolenski
- “Sculpture at the End of Slavery” by Caitlin Meehye Beach
- “Manipulating Mother-of-Pearl: An 18th Century Coque de Perle Bracelet” by Cynthia Kok
- “Tracing a Friendship Through Design: Clara Porset and Josef Albers” by Christina L. De León
- “Interrogating Fashion Through Religious Painting in Colonial Spanish America” by Laura Beltrán-Rubio
Print copies of this issue reached members’ mailboxes in early January. If you would like a copy, become a member of the Trust today!
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Formerly known as the "blog,” the Bulletin features new research and scholarship, travelogues, book reviews, and museum and gallery exhibitions. The Bulletin complements The Magazine of the Decorative Arts Trust, our biannual members publication.
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