By Amelia Peck, Carol Irish, N. Y.) Metropolitan Museum of Art (New York
Artistically, Wheeler had all started by means of taking as her version the accomplishments of complicated British designers equivalent to William Morris and Walter Crane. during her profession she absorbed components of eastern layout and constructed a cosmopolitan American cloth variety during which the average sorts of local vegetation have been interpreted as free-flowing designs. relocating clear of the opulent works of early commissions, she took up the problem of manufacturing materials that weren't merely appealing but in addition cheap and functional to be used in middle-class houses. to complete this she explored strange weaving and printing options, and every so often invented new ones.
Appointed director of layout for the Woman's construction of the 1893 World's Columbian Exposition in Chicago, Wheeler helped identify a big, noticeable position for ladies within the arts. during her lifestyles she additionally wrote influential books on adorning and cofounded a summer time artists' colony. the tale of this strong-willed, gifted woman's occupation can also be a revealing social heritage and a view of the transformation of yank style because the nation grew more and more convinced and cosmopolitan.
This ebook, which accompanies an exhibition held on the Metropolitan Museum of paintings, includes a biographical essay and a listing of approximately 100 designs for textiles, wallpaper, and different inside furniture via Wheeler and her associates. [This ebook used to be initially released in 2001 and has long gone out of print. This variation is a print-on-demand model of the unique book.]
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For 'Alì b. 'Ìsà’s leather beg and what precisely it contained, see vol. XXXI, 54–5 [III, 802]. For Mu'taßim’s letter being sealed in gold, see vol. XXXIII, 73 [III, 1220]. , 95–6 [III, 1235]. There are numerous examples of this sort. 78 History, vol. XXXV, 40–41 [III, 1551–2]. , vol. VIII, 89 [I, 1550].
8. , Ibn al-Kalbì), see W. M. Watt, “Translator’s Foreword,” History, vol. VI, pp. XI–XXVI. For a brief note on the sources for the early 'Abbàsid period, see Hugh Kennedy, “Translator’s Foreword” History, vol. XXIX, pp. XIV–XV. For ˇabarì and Ibn Sa'd, see Osman, “Oral Vs. ” 79 Ignaz Goldziher, “Historiography in Arabic Literature,” in Ignaz Goldziher, Gesammelte Schriften, ed. and trans. Joseph De Somogyi (Hildesheim, 1967–73), vol. III, 359. This is echoed in R. 1, s. v. ” xxxii introduction The issue of ˇabarì’s sources calls for one further comment.
XXXV most of the reports are anonymous and they are numerous also in vol. XXXVI. introduction xxxiii tures that deserve being mentioned. One is that, except for two or three occasions, not only are informants’ names completely passed over, but also the text appears to be entirely of ˇabarì’s own creation. What characterizes this part of the History is that the thirtyodd years in question are treated in an extremely succinct manner, in contrast to the detailed character of the preceding sections.