Journal of the Scottish Society for Art History – Volume 5 (2000)

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Journal of the Scottish Society for Art History – Volume 5 (2000)

The SSAH annual journal is a leading Scottish periodical for the publication of new art historical research.

Volume 5 (2000), Scotland 1900 / Scotching Myths, includes the following contents:

  • Elizabeth Cumming - Ruskin and identity in Scottish national architectural sculpture
  • Ray McKenzie - The sculpture programme of Kelvingrove Art Gallery
  • Juliette MacDonald - The decorative murals of Douglas Strachan
  • Christine Rew - James Cromar Watt: Aberdeen architect and designer
  • Richard Carr - Scottish design myths
  • Annette Carruthers - Two holiday houses in North Britain: Melsetter and the old place of Mochrum
  • Janice Helland - ‘Quaint and Curious’: Scottish textiles at Turin, 1902
  • Rosemary Addison - Spirited activity: Scottish book design and women illustrators, 1890–1920
  • Jane Lindsey - A tale of two tea rooms: gender, commerce and classicism
  • Christine Rew - The gleam in the North: historic and contemporary silversmithing in Scotland
  • David Gerrard - The invisible designer

About the Scottish Society for Art History

The SSAH was founded in 1984 to promote art history in Scotland. It is open to everyone interested in art, from those with a general interest to specialist scholars, students, teachers, curators, collectors and dealers.

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EditorElizabeth Cumming
AuthorAnnette Carruthers