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Taylor, Clare (2018). The Design, Production and Reception of Eighteenth-century Wallpaper in Britain. The Histories of Material Culture and Collecting, 1700-1950, ed. Stacey J. Pierson. Abingdon, Oxon and New York: Routledge.

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Taylor, Clare (2016). ‘Modern Swedish rococo’: the Neo-Georgian interior in Britain, c 1920–c 1945. In: McKellar, Elizabeth and Holder, Julian eds. Neo-Georgian Architecture 1880-1970: A Reappraisal. Swindon: Historic England, pp. 151–166.

Taylor, Clare (2014). “Painted paper of Pekin”: the taste for eighteenth-century Chinese papers in Britain, c.1918-c.1945. In: Huang, Michelle Ying-ling ed. The Reception of Chinese Art across Cultures. Cambridge: Cambridge Scholars Publishing, pp. 44–64.

Taylor, Clare (2009). Chinese papers and English imitations in 18th Century Britain. In: Stavenow-Hidemark, Elisabet ed. New Discoveries New Research: Papers from the International wallpaper conference held at the Nordiska Museet, Stockholm, 2007. Stockholm: Nordiska Museets Forlag, pp. 36–53.

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Taylor, Clare (2024). Old blocks and modern papers: the enduring appeal of eighteenth-century wallpaper patterns. The Wallpaper History Review, 2024 (In press).

Taylor, Clare (2024). Musical instrument covers and their makers in eighteenth and nineteenth century Britain and Ireland. Galpin Society Journal, 2024 (In press).

Taylor, Clare (2018). [Book Review] Designing the French interior: the modern home and mass media. Cultural and Social History, 15(4) pp. 618–620.

Taylor, Clare (2012). English wallpaper manufacture, c.1700-c.1800. The Quarterly (Journal of the British Association of Paper Historians), 83 pp. 13–23.

Taylor, Clare (2011). Eckhardts & Co and the supply of wall decorations for Shugborough. The Georgian Group Journal, XIX pp. 145–150.

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Taylor, Clare (2024). An authentic material? Gilt leather imitations in late nineteenth-century Britain. In: Post-prints of the 12th Interim Meeting of the ICOM-CC Leather and Related Materials Working Group, Cultural Heritage Agency of the Netherlands.

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