DANIEL COTTIER'S AESTHETIC OF BEAUTY 2: Cottier in the UK and in the US with Andrew Montana

Wednesday 30 Mar 2022, 10:00 AM - 11:30 AM

 

Paralleling the career of William Morris, Daniel Cottier was an exponent of the Aesthetic, 'House Beautiful' movement. An enterprising Scotsman, he established decorating branches in London in the 1860s and in New York in 1873 the same year as the Sydney branch opened. This lecture introduces you to Cottier's work in the UK and in the US, focusing on his painted interiors, stained glass, furniture, ceramics, and his picture dealing activities.

ANDREW MONTANA is an Honorary Senior Research Fellow with the Australian National University and was a senior lecturer in Art History for almost 20 years. The author of books, chapters and articles, he engages with the intersections of art, architecture, design and decorative art in his research.

Montana has spoken previously at TJC on BALLET FANTASIAS | Loudon Sainthill’s Decorative Art (2014). His is the author of FANTASY MODERN: Loudon Sainthill’s Theatre of Art and Life (NewSouth, 2013).

Montana’s most recent publication, along with Petra ten-Doesschate Chu, Max Donnelly, and Suzanne Veldink, is DANIEL COTTIER: Designer, Decorator, Dealer (May 2021) and will be available to order through our SHOP.

 

This lecture is presented on-site at TJC. Please see your ticket for details.

This lecture is supported by The Colin Holden Charitable Trust and The Friends of TJC

 

Image: Daniel Cottier & Company, panel Spring, circa 1875, stained and leaded glass, 52 5/8 × 30 in. (133.7 × 76.2 cm), collection of the Metropolitan Museum of Art, NYC 2007.43, Gift of Estate of Virginia Guard Brooks and the Guard family, 2007. Public Domain


 
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