volume IV, number 3 (september 2004)

Arts and Crafts in Central Europe


Guest Editor:
Andrzej Szczerski

CONTENTS
Introduction
Andrzej Szczerski

Articles
The Relation of Arts and Crafts Ideals and Ideology in Hungary ca.1900
Katalin Keseru

The Arts and Crafts Movement in Poland: in Search of a National Utopia
Andrzej Szczerski

The Reception of the Arts and Crafts Movement in Bohemia around 1900
Jindrich Vybiral

Resonance and Reception of Arts and Crafts Ideas in Slovakia: the Work of Dusan Jurkovic
Dana Borutova

The Role of Applied Arts in the Work of the Architect Joze Plecnik
Damjan Prelovzek

From the Steiglitz Forward: the Snaking Progress of Latvian Applied Arts ca.1900-1914
Jeremy Howard

Kelmscott Windows, Kalotaszeg Views: the Arts and Crafts Movement Looks Abroad
David Crowley

Reviews
Edward Bosley: THE WORKSHOP OF KAROLY KOS: ESSAYS AND ARCHIVES by Anthony Gall

Juliana Maxim: ARTELE PLASTICE IN ROMANIA 1945-1989 by Magda Carneci