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Albert Racinet’s L’Ornement Polychrome (1869–73)

Adam Green - July 5, 2018 in architecture, art, design, ornament, Ornaments

Highlights from a visual record in 100 plates of the decorative arts from antiquity to the eighteenth century.

Albert Racinet’s L’Ornement Polychrome (1869–73)

Adam Green - July 5, 2018 in architecture, art, design, ornament, Ornaments

Highlights from a visual record in 100 plates of the decorative arts from antiquity to the eighteenth century.

Russian Portraits (1921)

Adam Green - February 8, 2018 in art, communism, lenin, russia, soviet russia, travel, trotsly

Travel diary of the English sculptor Clare Sheridan telling the story of controversial trip to early Soviet Russia.

Russian Portraits (1921)

Adam Green - February 8, 2018 in art, communism, lenin, russia, soviet russia, travel, trotsly

Travel diary of the English sculptor Clare Sheridan telling the story of controversial trip to early Soviet Russia.

Russian Portraits (1921)

Adam Green - February 8, 2018 in art, communism, lenin, russia, soviet russia, travel, trotsly

Travel diary of the English sculptor Clare Sheridan telling the story of controversial trip to early Soviet Russia.

The Civil War Sketches of Adolph Metzner (1861–64)

Adam Green - October 24, 2017 in 1st German, 32nd Regiment Indiana Infantry, Adolph Metzner, art, battle, camp life, civil war, death, war

Remarkable collection of sketches, drawings and watercolours left to us by Adolph Metzner, during his three years of service with the 1st German, 32nd Regiment Indiana Infantry.

The Civil War Sketches of Adolph Metzner (1861–64)

Adam Green - October 3, 2017 in 1st German, 32nd Regiment Indiana Infantry, Adolph Metzner, art, battle, camp life, civil war, death, war

Remarkable collection of sketches, drawings and watercolours left to us by Adolph Metzner, during his three years of service with the 1st German, 32nd Regiment Indiana Infantry.

The Civil War Sketches of Adolph Metzner (1861–64)

Adam Green - October 3, 2017 in 1st German, 32nd Regiment Indiana Infantry, Adolph Metzner, art, battle, camp life, civil war, death, war

Remarkable collection of sketches, drawings and watercolours left to us by Adolph Metzner, during his three years of service with the 1st German, 32nd Regiment Indiana Infantry.

Lover of the Strange, Sympathizer of the Rude, Barbarianologist of the Farthest Peripheries

Adam Green - July 5, 2017 in art, biography, chinese art, chinese art in the west, occidentalism, Painting, Pan Youxun, western art in china

CONJECTURES #5 — Winnie Wong brings us a short biography of the Chinese curioso Pan Youxun (1745-1780). At issue? Hubris, hegemony, and global art history.

Lover of the Strange, Sympathizer of the Rude, Barbarianologist of the Farthest Peripheries

Adam Green - July 5, 2017 in art, biography, chinese art, chinese art in the west, occidentalism, Painting, Pan Youxun, western art in china

CONJECTURES #5 — Winnie Wong brings us a short biography of the Chinese curioso Pan Youxun (1745-1780). At issue? Hubris, hegemony, and global art history.