Public Images for Private Spaces? The Place of Sculpture in the Georgian Domestic Interior

@article{Baker2007PublicIF,
  title={Public Images for Private Spaces? The Place of Sculpture in the Georgian Domestic Interior},
  author={M. Baker},
  journal={Journal of Design History},
  year={2007},
  volume={20},
  pages={309-323}
}
  • M. Baker
  • Published 2007
  • Art
  • Journal of Design History
This paper examines the increasing prominence of sculpture within the Georgian interior in terms of the relationship between the (apparently) public nature of sculpture and recent discussions of the Habermasian public sphere. In what way was the (publicness' of sculpture constituted and to what degree is it legitimate to read this mode of representation in terms of its role within the emergent public sphere? How might the incorporation of sculpture within the interior then be understood? The… Expand
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