Traces the history of the Russian arts and crafts school in Moscow, from its prehistory (1825-1859) as a drawing school founded by Count Sergei Stroganov, through the directorships of Victor Butovsky and Nikolai Globa, to the years after 1917 when the school was subsumed into the VHUTEMAS. Explores the theories of design and craft taught at the school, and the art nouveau-like style developed there in the later years of the 19th c.
Salmond, Wendy. "Design Education and the Quest for National Identity in Late Imperial Russia: The Case of the Stroganov School," Studies in the Decorative Arts, 1.2 (1994): pp. 2-24.
University of Chicago Press