Representing the Domestic Interior Since the Renaissance
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- Publication Date: November 1, 2006
- Imprint: V & A Publishing
- Trim Size: 9 3⁄4 x 11 1⁄4
- ISBN: 9781851774920
- Page Count: 320
- Illustrations: 260 full-color illustrations, 304 pages, 9 3/4x11 1⁄4"
- Rights: North America
This innovative book examines the changing ways in which the domestic interior has been represented in the West over the last 500 years. Looking at a rich array of depictions of the home, including paintings, novels, television, film, diaries, sketches, and photographs by such artists as Vermeer, Hogarth, Alfred Hitchcock, Bill Brandt, and many others, Imagined Interiors features everything from grand decorative schemes to simple cottages. It takes a completely new and original look at a subject not previously covered in this depth and breadth.
About the authors
Jeremy Aynsley is head of the School of Humanities at the Royal College of Art and director of the AHRC Centre for the Study of the Domestic Interior.
Charlotte Grant is a senior research fellow at the AHRC Centre for the Study of the Domestic Interior, based at the Royal College of Art.