The Artist and Journal of Home Culture
The Artist and Journal of Home Culture, also The Artist, was a monthly art and design journal published in London by Archibald Constable & Co. from 1880 to 1902. From 1881 to 1894 the full title was The Artist and Journal of Home Culture. From 1896 the full title became The Artist: An Illustrated Monthly Record of Arts, Crafts and Industries. An American edition was published in New York by Truslove, Hanson & Comba.
|Discipline||fine arts, applied arts|
Under the editorship of Charles Kains Jackson, 1888-1894, The Artist and Journal of Home Culture contained a notable undercurrent of homoeroticism and had some importance in the homosexual subculture without being so overt as to alienate its mainstream readership.
|Wallace L. Crowdy||1882–1884|
|Charles Kains Jackson||1888–1894|
|Wallace L. Crowdy||1894–1899|
- Brake, Laurel; Demoor, Marysa (gen. eds.) (2009). "THE ARTIST AND JOURNAL OF HOME CULTURE". Dictionary of Nineteenth-Century Journalism. Ghent: Academia Press. p. 25. ISBN 9038213409.
- Matt Cook, London and the Culture of Homosexuality, 1885-1914 (Cambridge University Press, 2003), p. 127.
- Laurel Brake, "'Gay Discourse' and The Artist and Journal of Home Culture", in Nineteenth-Century Media and the Construction of Identities, edited by Laurel Brake, Bill Bell and David Finkelstein (Palgrave, 2000), pp. 271-294.
- "CROWDY, Wallace Lowe". Who's Who. 59: 419. 1907.