Cover Image Property of PUBLISHER
Oct/Nov. 1990:Vol.#1:Issue#1
TABLE OF CONTENTS

  • COSTUMES
    • Raphael Tuck & sons, Ltd. Presents
      Dolly's Dressmaker
      by Blair & Margaret Whitton
  • DEPARTMENTS
    • Philosophy
    • Letters
    • ARTISTS' SHOWCASE
      by Kay Cloud & Nancy Lehr
    • Kelly Johnson
    • Marge Crunkleton
    • Sissel Bjorstad
    • Linda Cheek
    • Joanne Jenkins
    • Nellie Lamers & Kathryn Christensen
    • Sources for Wigs
    • Questions & Answers
      by Lauren Welker
    • Classified
    • Advertising Index
    • The Gallery
  • TECHNIQUES & TECH SHEETS
    • Phylis
      by Vickie Anguish
    • Pyrometric Cones and the Porcelain Doll Maker
      by Modelle Pike
    • The Secret of Sculpting Beautiful Ladies' Hands
      by Susan Dunham
    • Seminars on Resin Doll Making
      by Jill Begelman
    • Leetice
      by Modelle Pike
    • The Artist Doll: Standard Definitions
    • Painting an All-Bisque Bonnie Babe Reproduction
      by Jeannie DiMauro
    • Bohler Doll Bonanza
  • ARTISTS & INSPIRATION
    • The Mystic World of the Silent Envoy
      by Jack Tempest
    • German Doll Artists - Groessle-Schmidt
      by Joan Deacon
    • Interview with Dianna Effner - Versatile Doll Artist
      by Mary Lou Buchmann

Magazine Title: Doll Artistry
Editor:
Publication Frequency: Bi-Monthly
Began Publication: Oct/Nov. 1990
Ended Publication: Unknown
Published by: Hobby House Press, Cumberland, MD
Average Page Count: 80
Magazine Dimensions(ht. x w.): 11" x 8 1/2"
ISSN: 1052-0805

NOTE: ALL COVER IMAGES THIS PAGE ARE PROPERTY OF
PUBLISHER, but scanned from my private collection.

SUMMARY: I've only seen the first issue, which showcased a lot of different artists and had a few "How To" articles in it for making porcelain or resin dolls(using molds, sculpting), along with clothing patterns (for 6" and 9" dolls!) bound into the magazine reprinted from an 1896 booklet. They didn't reprint the instructions, though, so if you don't already know exactly what you're doing, you'll probably have difficulty figuring these out. The photography throughout is outstanding, but it had little in it that directly appealed to me. Your mileage may vary.

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