Books on Botany
The Rudiments of Botany, structural and physiologica1. . . London, James S. Virtue (2nd edition 1860).
Unity in Variety. . . being an attemptat developing that oneness which is discoverable in the habits, mode of growth, and principle of construction of all plants. London, James S. Virtue (2nd edition 1860).
Popular Manual of Botany . Edinburgh. Adam & Charles BIack..
Articles and Papers on Botany
Botany, as adapted to the arts and art manufactures. London, (a series of articles) .
Journal of the Linnean Society."Contributions to organographic botany." London,
Transactions of the Edinburgh Botanical Society."On the morphological import of certain vegetable organs." Edinburgh,
"On the stem or axis as the fundamental organ in the vegetable structure." Edinburgh, Transactions of the Edinburgh Botanical Society.
Passiflora caerulea." (Before the 30th Meeting of the British Association for the Advancement of Science.)"On the abnormal forms of
"On the morphological laws in plants." (Before the 30th Meeting of the British Association for the Advancement of Science.)
Books on Design
The Art of Decorative Design . . . London. Day and Son.
Development of Ornamental Art in the International Exhibition (a critical guide). London, Day and Son.
Principles of Decorative Design. London, Cassell, Petter and Galpin. (Originally published as a ser es of articles in Cassell's Technical Educator, London. 1870-73.) [available in the Internet Archive]
Studies in Design. London, Cassell, Petter and Galpin (published in 20 monthly parts). [available in the Internet Archive]
Principles of Art . . . adopted by the Art Furnishers' Alliance . . . with prefatory notes by E. Lee. London. no publisher.
Japan, its architecture. art and art manufactures (on travel and design) . London, Longmans, Green & Company. [available in the Internet Archive]
Modern Ornamentation. London, B. T. Batsford.
Articles on Design
The Planet."On decorative art." London,
The Builder."The art of decorative design." London,
The Chromolithograph.A series of twelve articles. London,
The Technical Educator (published in book form as The Principles of Decorative Design, 1873).A series of articles. London,
British Manufacturing Industries, edited by G. Phillips Bevan). London. Edward Stanford. 1877.Carpets (in
Philadelphia, The Penn Monthly
I. Art Industries. II. Art Museums. III. Art Schools.
The Furniture Gazette.A number of articles and comments. London,
Papers on Design
Journal of the Royal Society of Arts."A new system of nature printing. London,
"On the relation of science to ornamental art. "London. Royal Institute Proceedings.
"The decoration of ceilings." London. the Author.
Journal of the Royal Society of Arts."Ornamentation considered as high art. London.
Journal of the Royal Society of Arts."Hindrances to the progress of applied art. London,
Journal of the Royal Society of Arts."Eastern art and its influence on European manufactures and taste." London.
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