Victorian architectural ceramics
No. 32 November 2009 [Sold out]
In this issue of the Victorian we celebrate the completion of the first phase of the new ceramics galleries at the Victoria and Albert Museum, London. The museum was from the start an architectural showcase for ceramic art, both celebrating and stimulating the achievements of that industry. Other articles on the theme of architectural ceramics examine the manufacture and repair of terracotta, as well as the care of tiles in the home.
Ceramics at the V&A: past, present and future Sonia Solicari discusses the refurbished ceramics galleries
The enduring power of terracotta A visit to terracotta manufacturers Shaws of Darwen
The top ten most endangered Victorian and Edwardian buildings in England and Wales 2009
Top ten endangered buildings 2008: an update
House Notes: Tiles to treasure Hans van Lemmen shares his love of Art Nouveau tiles