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Making Paper Models in 1860s New Zealand: An Exploration of Colonial Culture through Child-Made Objects

Childhood by Design : Toys and the Material Culture of Childhood, 1700–Present

Bloomsbury Visual Arts, 2018

Book Chapter

...In Nelson, New Zealand, in the 1860s, the Saxton children made a hand-painted paper cutout model of an English village. This rare ephemeral child-made object, has survived against the odds, and currently resides at the Museum of New Zealand...

Paper Clip, USA

Iconic Designs : 50 Stories about 50 Things

Bloomsbury Visual Arts, 2014

Book Chapter

...Paper clips. Image: www.bigstockphoto.com . ‘If all that survives of our fatally flawed civilization is the humble paper clip, archaeologists from some galaxy far, far away may give us more credit...

Morris & Co.

The Bloomsbury Encyclopedia of Design Volume 2

Bloomsbury Academic, 2016

Encyclopedia Chapter

...In 1861, William Morris, along with Peter Paul Marshall and Charles Faulkner, established Morris, Marshall, Faulkner & Company. Faulkner managed the firm’s finances, and Morris and Marshall, along with their creative partners Dante Gabriel...

Kunstgewerbemuseum (Arts and Crafts Museum), Berlin (1867–)

The Bloomsbury Encyclopedia of Design Volume 2

Bloomsbury Academic, 2016

Encyclopedia Chapter

...The Deutsche Gewerbemuseum Berlin was founded in 1867 and renamed Kônigliches Kunstgewerbemuseum in 1879. In 1881, it moved into its own splendid building, which today carries the name Martin Gropius Bau and serves as general exhibition...

Period Décor and the Negotiation of Identity in the Home

Marie-Ève Marchand

Marie-Ève Marchand is Affiliate Assistant Professor of Art History at Concordia University, Canada. Author affiliation details are correct at time of print publication.

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Design and Agency : Critical Perspectives on Identities, Histories, and Practices

Bloomsbury Visual Arts, 2020

Book Chapter

...In New York in the winter of 1854, Ann E. Cottenet and her husband, William Colford Schermerhorn, gave a grand costume ball. Six hundred guests were invited to appear dressed in Louis XV court attire, and the servants wore the livery...

London International Exhibition 1862

The Bloomsbury Encyclopedia of Design Volume 2

Bloomsbury Academic, 2016

Encyclopedia Chapter

...Eleven years after the 1851 Crystal Palace exhibition, Great Britain again hosted a world’s fair, the London International Exhibition. Held in a Renaissance Revival building designed by Captain Francis Fowke (1823–65), much larger, but less...

Reformed or Modern Gothic

The Bloomsbury Encyclopedia of Design Volume 3

Bloomsbury Academic, 2016

Encyclopedia Chapter

...Reformed Gothic, also referred to as Modern Gothic, was a revival style popular in Great Britain, France, and the United States from c. 1860 to 1880. Rather than imitating the exact design of a Gothic (c. 1200–1400) building, specific...

Bevan, Charles (active 1865–83)

The Bloomsbury Encyclopedia of Design Volume 1

Bloomsbury Academic, 2016

Encyclopedia Chapter

...Charles Bevan is best known for his art furniture. His first foray into designing furniture, a davenport desk published in the Building News (1865), reveals he already had a good grasp of the architectural forms of the Gothic Revival...

Sketches from the Gendered Frontier: Colonial Women’s Images of Encounters with Aboriginal People in Australia, 1830s–1860s

British Women and Cultural Practices of Empire, 1770–1940

Bloomsbury Visual Arts, 2018

Book Chapter

...The frontier is the subject of a burgeoning literature in Australia, fuelled by a highly politicized debate from the early 2000s about the extent and causes of the violence between settlers and Aborigines. See Robert Manne (ed.), Whitewash:...

Paris Exposition Universelle (1867)

The Bloomsbury Encyclopedia of Design Volume 3

Bloomsbury Academic, 2016

Encyclopedia Chapter

...Planning for the second French Exposition Universelle (Universal Exhibition) of 1867 started in 1863 after the French participants in the International Exhibition of 1862 in London had pleaded for it. The exhibition opened on April 1...