Journal of the Scottish Society for Art History – Volume 7 (2002)

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Journal of the Scottish Society for Art History – Volume 7 (2002)

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

Volume 7 (2002), Twentieth-Century Art & Design in Scotland, includes the following contents:

  • Frances Robertson - Dazzle painting: the art of deceit in war
  • Nicholas Oddy - A Scottish approach to domestic light goods: the case of Bar-Knight
  • Bruce Peter - Glasgow goes electric
  • Juliet Kinchin & Andrea Peach - Small pieces of Scotland? Souvenirs and the good design debate, 1946–1980
  • Annette Carruthers - Barnsley’s Bute House sideboard and the patronage of Elizabeth Watt
  • Pauline Megson - Reconstructing Auchinleck
  • Dianne King - A renaissance in ironwork
  • Robin Baillie - Singularity and symbolisation: images in the Scottish national narrative
  • Neil Mulholland - Learning from Glasvegas: Scottish art after ‘The 90’
  • Venda Louise Pollock - An enlightenend city and distanced observer: early prospects of Glasgow by Slezer and the Foulis Academy

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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AuthorAnnette Carruthers