University of Wisconsin Digital Collections
Link to University of Wisconsin Digital Collections
Link to University of Wisconsin Digital Collections
Digital Library for the Decorative Arts and Material Culture

The journal of design and manufactures

Source:

The journal of design and manufactures
Vol. VI
London, England: Chapman and Hall, 1852
6 v. illus., plates, plans, mounted samples. 22cm

URL to cite for this work: http://digital.library.wisc.edu/1711.dl/DLDecArts.JournDesv06

Search for word or phrase within this work:   

Contents

[Cover]

[Title page] The journal of design and manufactures with twenty-five fabric patterns inserted and numerous engravings, pp. [i]-[ii]

Preface, pp. [iii]-iv

[Index] Index to volume VI, pp. [v]-vii

[Contents] Illustrations to volume VI, p. [viii]

The journal of design and manufactures. No. 31. September, 1, 1851, p. [1]

Original papers: "Universal infidelity in principles of design", pp. [1]-6

[Original papers:] Manufacturing design and London corporation reform, pp. 6-7

[Original papers:] Exhibited in class 18 (woven, felted, and laid fabrics, dyed and printed), at the great exhibition of the works of industry of all nations, 1851., pp. 8-10

[Original papers:] Block paper, manufactured by Messrs. William Woollams and Co., 110 High Street, Marylebone., p. 11

[Original papers:] Enamelling, ancient and modern, pp. 12-16

[Original papers:] Prospects of iron and glass edifices, and of novel forms of architecture arising from the use of these materials, pp. 16-19

[Original papers:] Postponement of patent reform, pp. 19-21

[Original papers:] Winter gardens association, pp. 21-22

[Original papers:] The prospects of British art-manufacture as connected with the Great Exhibition, pp. 22-24

[Original papers:] Preparations for closing the Exhibition, pp. 24-25

Books, pp. 25-28

List of new manufactures, pp. 28-29

Institutions, pp. 29-31

Miscellaneous, pp. 31-34 ff.

Journal of design. No. 32, October, 1851, p. 35

Original papers: The Swiney Prize-difficulties of connecting art and manufacture, pp. 35-37

[Original papers:] The four primary sensations of the mind: the sublime-the beautiful-the low or ridiculous-and the painful, pp. 37-42

[Original papers:] Government school of mines and museum of practical geology, pp. 42-44

[Original papers:] England and her iron, pp. 44-48

[Original papers:] What to do with the surplus of the Exhibition, pp. 48-50

[Original papers:] Endowment of schools of design out of the exhibition surplus.-Society of arts drawing schools, pp. 50-52

[Original papers:] Elementary drawing and modelling schools, pp. 52-53

[Original papers:] Washable paper-hanging decorations, by W.B. Simpson, 456 West Strand., pp. 54-55

[Original papers:] Brass furniture exhibited by B. W. Winfield, Cambridge Street Works, Birmingham, pp. 56-57

[Original papers:] Gleanings from the Great Exhibition of 1851. No. III: patterns from the East Indian and Tunisian collections, illustrative of principles of ornamental design, pp. 57-59

[Original papers:] Illustrations of the Great Exhibition, p. 60

Institutions, pp. 60-61

List of new manufactures, pp. 61-63

Miscellaneous, pp. 64-66 ff.

Journal of design. No. 33, November, 1851, p. 67

Original papers: Mosaic work, pp. 67-70

[Original papers:] Prospects of iron and glass edifices, and of novel forms of architecture arising from the use of these materials., pp. 70-74

[Original papers:] Close of the Exhibition., pp. 75-89

[Original papers:] Prospects for the schools of design., pp. 89-90

[Original papers:] Printing in imitation of lace and muslin., pp. 90 ff.

Coventry ribbons, exhibited for cheapness., p. 91

Muslin, printed by W. Gourlie and Son, Calico Printers, of Glasgow., p. 92

[Original papers:] French's church furniture and decorations., pp. 93-94

List of new manufactures, pp. 95-96

Miscellaneous, pp. 96-98

Journal of design. No. 34, December, 1851, p. 99

Original papers: Specimens of unsteeped broken flax, and of Chevalier Claussen's "flax cotton," prepared from the same., p. 99

[Original papers:] Chevalier Claussen's improvements in the preparation of flax., pp. 100-102

[Original papers:] The four primary sensations of the mind: the sublime-the beautiful-the low or ridiculous-and the painful., pp. 102-106

[Original papers:] Gold printing on alpacas, by Hargreaves, for Liddiards., p. 107

[Original papers:] Proposed elementary drawing and modelling schools at Birmingham., pp. 107-109

[Original papers:] Chintz, covering, designed by Owen Jones., p. 110

[Original papers:] Gingham, manufactured by Edward MacGibbon, Carlisle, for the American Market., p. 111

[Original papers:] On the study of polychromy, by Gottfried Semper., pp. 112-113

[Original papers:] Patent embroidery, produced by Robert Reid, of Glasgow., p. 114

[Original papers:] Turkey red., pp. 115-117

[Original papers:] School of Arts and Manufactures at Paris., pp. 118-121

[Original papers:] Examples of medieval patterns., pp. 121-122

[Original papers:] A trades collection of imports and manufactures, by Professor Solly., pp. 122-124

[Original papers:] Report for the commissioners on the surplus of the Exhibition., pp. 124-125

List of new manufactures, p. 126

Miscellaneous, pp. 127-130

Journal of design. No. 35, January, 1852, p. 131

Original papers: Education of artists and designers, by W. Dyce, R. A.., pp. 131-135

[Original papers:] Which direction is ornamental art likely to take in the country, toward elaboration or simplicity?, pp. 135-137

[Original papers:] Gleanings from the Great Exhibition of 1851. No. IV., pp. 137-139

[Original papers:] Industrial education., pp. 140-144

[Original papers:] Schools of design and mechanics' institutions., pp. 144-145

[Original papers:] Woven cotton fabrics., pp. 145-147

[Original papers:] Woven mixed fabrics., pp. 147-148

[Original papers:] Birmingham and Wolverhampton-effects on the Great Exhibition-schools of design., pp. 149-152

[Original papers:] Minton's porcelain dessert service., pp. 152-153

List of new manufactures, pp. 154-156

Miscellaneous, pp. 156-162 ff.

Journal of design. No. 36, February, 1852, p. 163

Original papers: Industrial education., pp. 163-164

[Original papers:] Education of artists and designers, by W. Dyce, R. A.., pp. 165-167

[Original papers:] Drawing schools and mechanics' institutions., pp. 167-170

[Original papers:] Specimen of scarlet cloth, by Messrs. R. S. Davies and Sons, of Stonehouse Mills, Stroud, Gloucestershire., p. 170

[Original papers:] Specimens of block-printed cottons, by Mercer's patent process, manufactured by Messrs. Liddiard and Co., Friday Street, London., p. 171

[Original papers:] Fallacies on patent rights., pp. 172-174

[Original papers:] Gleanings from the Great Exhibition of 1851. No. V., pp. 174-176

[Original papers:] The dispute between the engineers and their employers., pp. 176-179

[Original papers:] A few remainders., pp. 179-183

Miscellaneous, pp. 184-190 ff.

[Cover]


Go up to Top of Page