Wallpaper and the artist: from Dürer to Warhol

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Abbeville Press, 1992 - Architecture - 272 pages
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Presents the history of the use of wallpaper as a decorative and artistic medium, from standard patterns and designs to its uses by such artists as Andy Warhol

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Wallpaper and the artist: from Dürer to Warhol

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William Morris believed that wallpaper, like all good design, should transform our lives. Hapgood must feel the same, for she enthusiastically leads us through five centuries of wall coverings by 75 ... Read full review

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ACKNOWLEDGMENTS
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The Grammar
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The Force
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