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Campbell, Louise, 1950–

Studio lives : architect, art and artist in 20th-century Britain / Louise Campbell.

Additional Title(s):

Architect, art and artist in 20th-century Britain

Architect, art and artist in twentieth-century Britain

London : Lund Humphries, 2019.
Physical Description:
288 pages : illustrations (some colour) ; 24 cm
Reference Library
N8520 .C36 2019 (LC)
Accessible in the Reference Library [Hours]
Note: Please contact the Reference Library to schedule an appointment [Email ycba.reference@yale.edu]

Includes bibliographical references and index.
Subject Terms:
Art and Design.
Art, British -- 20th century.
Art, British.
Artists -- Great Britain.
Artists' studios.
Artists' studios.
Great Britain.
studios (work spaces)
workshops (organizations)

  • Section I: Legacies
  • Chapter 1: A visit to the master: G.F. Watts and the Victorian studio tradition
  • Chapter 2: Studio facts and studio fictions: "The Studio", the new journalism and the art novel
  • Section II: The Studio as Home
  • Chapter 3: An Arts and Crafts Movement artist in the Cotswolds: Henry Payne
  • Chapter 4: The artist as architect: Roger Fry and Durbins
  • Chapter 5: From a caravan to the urban stronghold: Augustus John
  • Section III: After the Victorians
  • Chapter 6: The artist and the swagger studio: William Orpen
  • Chapter 7: Studio, sculpture, architecture: William Reid Dick
  • Chapter 8: Old buildings, new art
  • Chapter 9: The architectural heresies of a painter: Roger Fry and modernism
  • Section IV: Building for art
  • Chapter 10: On display: domesticity, masquerade, modernism
  • Chapter 11: Buildings in the landscape
  • Chapter 12: Modernism, art and industry
  • Envoi.