Journal of Decorative and Propaganda Arts 1875-1945 Number 8, Spring 1988
Editor: Pamela Johnson
Publisher/Date: Wolfson Foundation, Miami, Florida (1988)
Format/Condition: New paperback book in Fine condition. New old stock (NOS) 126 pages, plus ads; 7 1/4 x 10 inches. Profusely illustrated in color and black and white.
Description: "The Journal of Decorative and Propaganda Arts" is a scholarly periodical dedicated to exploring the role of art and design in the modern world. Fostering new scholarship on the period 1885–1945, the Journal explores of propaganda arts, defined as art in the service of an idea or an ideology.
This issue of DAPA, Number 8, Spring 1988, features articles such as: Documentary and Propaganda: The Photographs of the Farm Security Administration; Wilhelmina Geddes, Harry Clarke, and Their Part in the Arts and Crafts Movement in Ireland; An Outpost of the Arts and Crafts Movement; Painting and Place: Frederic C. Knight in Scranton; Louis Lozowick: From "Machine Ornaments" to Applied Design, 1923-1930; The Metropolitan Museum of Art and Modern Design: 1917-1929; and more.