Magazine, The Studio Year Book of Decorative Art, 1917

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The Studio Year Book of Decorative Art: A Review of the Latest Developments in the Artistic Construction Decoration and Furnishing of the House, 1917.

A prefatory note from the Editor comments on content limitations due to the war. This magazine looks at the development in architecture and decoration across two geographical areas: Great Britain and the United States. Listed in the contents section are the featured designers, in alphabetical order under each section heading.

The first section on Great Britain includes three articles: British Domestic Architecture; British Decoration; Colour Decoration in Relief, by George P Bankart. The illustrations in this section are divided into the following groupings: Domestic Architecture; Garden Architecture and Design; Wall and Ceiling Decoration and Stained Glass; Wood-carving, Metalwork and Pottery; Embroidery and Textile Fabrics.

The section on the United States includes one article: A Review of Architecture and its Accessory Arts in the United States, by Leon V Solon. The illustrations in this section come under the heading: Architecture and Decoration.
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Forest green card cover has been attached underneath the original cover and a thick card backing replaces the missing original back cover. The magazine contains coloured and black & white photographs and text printed in black ink on paper.
Height x Width: 282 x 204mm
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705 Dec, 10,837, 38533

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