Acknowledged as the journal of record in its field, American Furniture presents new research on furniture design, use, production, and appreciation. Begun in 1993, this award-winning annual provides a comprehensive forum on furniture history, technology, connoisseurship, and conservation by the foremost scholars in the field.
It is the only interdisciplinary journal devoted exclusively to furniture made or used in the Americas from the seventeenth century to the present.
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|From Millbach to Mahantongo: Fraktur and Furniture of the Pennsylvania Germans|
|The Nottingham School of Furniture|
|Felix Huntington and the Furniture of Norwich, Connecticut, 1770-1800|
|Documentary Evidence of Painted Seating Furniture: Late Colonial and Federal Periods|
|Harmony in Wood: Furniture of the Harmony Society|
|Harbor and Home: Furniture of Southeastern Massachusetts, 1710-1850|
|Thomas Day: Master Craftsman and Tree Man of Color|
|Gustav Stickley and the American Arts and Crafts Movement|
|Paint, Pattern & People: Furniture of Southeastern Pennsylvania 1725-1850|
|The Furniture of John Shearer, 1790-1820: ï¿½A True North Britain" in the Southern Backcountry|
|Wharton Esherick: The Journey of a Creative Mini Mansfield Bascom, Wharton Esherick and the Birth of the American Modern|
|Jon Brooks: A Collaboration with Nature|
|Recent Writing on American Furniture: A Bibliography|
LUKE BECKERDITE is editor of American Furniture and a decorative arts scholar living in Williamsburg, Virginia.