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Goethe’s Majolica Cabinets and the Importance of the Biography of Object Accessories
(Artefacta – The Finnish Network for Artefact Studies, 2019-09-02)
When he visited Johann Wolfgang Goethe for the first time in 1821, Carl Gustav Carus, a natural scientist and artist of the time, was impressed by the wealth of displayed artwork at the home of the famous author: When I ...
Tracing the Historic Meaning of Two Books of Hours: The Interdisciplinary Research Underlying Conservation Decisions
(Artefacta – The Finnish Network for Artefact Studies, 2019-04-03)
The new focus on material culture draws attention to the way people and objects’ histories interact and inform each other, originating singular life stories. This article focuses on the relevance of “the biography of ...
The Old State Drawing Room from Hamilton Palace at the National Museum of Scotland, Edinburgh
(Artefacta – The Finnish Network for Artefact Studies, 2019-11-28)
This article examines one of the most important rooms from Scotland’s largest and greatest private residence, which has been transferred from the Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York, and installed as a focal point in the ...