Index to articles published in the Pavilion Review in 1995.
Luxury Underfoot 2. Drugget
The second of four articles, concerned with the floor covering at the Royal Pavilion, focuses on drugget, which had been used as flooring at the Entrance hall.
The British Association at Brighton: a Page from the Graphic
The author considers an article from The Graphic dated August 24 1872 which discusses the events leading up to the opening of Brighton Museum and Art Gallery and includes an image of Henry Willett.
Recounts the donation of a number of pieces of Rockingham pottery to Brighton Museum. The article explores the history of the company, which was established in around 1745 as well as the presentation of several pieces to George, Prince of Wales in 1807.
All Change at Brighton Museum
The article considers the recent changes to Brighton Museum, focusing on My Brighton and The Green Gallery of Non-Western Art & Archaeology.
David Hockney – Mr and Mrs Clark and Percy
Recounts the recently displayed double portrait of Mr and Mrs Clark and Percy (1970-71) by David Hackney, emphasizing its popularity.
Steve Dilworth: Diversions in Natural Histories
Discusses the work of Steve Dilworth in relation to the Booth Museum, the setting for his exhibition. Themes of Dilworth’s sculptures are highlighted as well as providing a brief introduction to the artist himself and the mostly natural materials that he uses.
Cleaning a Chandelier
The article recounts the process of cleaning the chandelier in the Banqueting Room at the Royal Pavilion.