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The Domestic Scene (1897-1927)
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Cheryl Robertson is an independent scholar, curator, and museum consultant based in Cambridge, Massachusetts. She served as assistant curator and curator of decorative arts at the Milwaukee Art Museum and is a nationally recognized scholar on late Victorian and Arts and Crafts design, especially the Prairie School. She is the author of Frank Lloyd Wright and George Mann Niedecken: Prairie School Collaborators. Terrence Marvel was formerly the archivist of the Prairie Archives and curatorial assistant in prints, drawings, and photographs at the Milwaukee Art Museum. John C. Eastberg is senior historian at the Captain Frederick Pabst Mansion in Milwaukee and an authority on Milwaukee architectural history.

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"Given the importance of Niedecken as a central figure in both the history of interior design and the Arts and Crafts movement in the Midwest, the reprint and expansion of Cheryl Robertson's excellent book, "The Domestic Scene", is cause for celebration."--Wendy Kaplan, curator of decorative arts, Los Angeles County Museum of Art Given the importance of Niedecken as a central figure in both the history of interior design and the Arts and Crafts movement in the Midwest, the reprint and expansion of Cheryl Robertson s excellent book, "The Domestic Scene," is cause for celebration. Wendy Kaplan, curator of decorative arts, Los Angeles County Museum of Art"

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