TOC Jul 17, 2021

Nineteenth-Century Art Worldwide: The Ambient Interior in the US

Petra ten-Doesschate Chu

Nineteenth-Century Art Worldwide, Special 2021 summer issue:
"The Ambient Interior in the United States during the Long Nineteenth Century" (NCAW Summer 2021, Vol. 20, Issue 2)

Editor: Isabel L. Taube

Part of the series American Art History Digitally
sponsored by the Terra Foundation for American Art

Table of Contents

Articles

Editor’s Introduction
by Isabel L. Taube

“Outside In: Space, Light, and the Artful Interior at Frederic Church’s Olana”
by Julia B. Rosenbaum

“Kingscote’s Dining Room and the Multisensorial Interior in the Late Nineteenth Century”
by Lea C. Stephenson

“Purpose Built: Duveen and the Commercial Art Gallery”
by Anne Helmreich, Edward Sterrett, and Sandra van Ginhoven

http://www.19thc-artworldwide.org/summer21/

Reference:
TOC: Nineteenth-Century Art Worldwide: The Ambient Interior in the US. In: ArtHist.net, Jul 17, 2021 (accessed Jul 31, 2021), <https://arthist.net/archive/34624>.

^