Lockwood de Forest: Furnishing the Gilded Age with a Passion for India

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Associated University Presse, 2008 - Architecture - 238 pages
This scholarly text explores de Forest's career in the decorative arts by examining cultural context, material culture, biography, and patronage.
 

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Contents

The Most Indian House in America
11
Becoming an Artist
25
The East Indian Craft Revival
43
An Almost Continuous Chill
54
Business Practices and SelfPromotion
92
Patronage 188290
116
Patronage 18911919
155
Santa Barbara Sunsets
190
Notes
201
Selected Bibliography
217
Index
227
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