- The Home was a high quality Australian quarterly magazine published in Sydney between 1920 and 1942
The Home facts
- Described as "the only Australian publication in the same league as its international counterparts Vogue, Harper's Bazaar, and Vanity Fair," it showcased the work of artists such as Thea Proctor, Margaret Preston, Hera Roberts and Adrian Feint, whose work appeared on many of the covers
- Artists such as Proctor, Feint, Roberts and photographer Harold Cazneaux "received the benefits of constant exposure and publicity" while the magazine exposed its readers to modern ideas about art and design
- It also helped change the image of women as well as of advertising
- Originally published by Sydney Ure Smith, the magazine was taken over by John Fairfax & Sons Ltd, publishers of The Sydney Morning Herald, in 1934, and Ure Smith severed his connection with the magazine in 1938
- Issues of The Home were included in a 2013 exhibition at the Art Gallery of New South Wales entitled "Sydney Moderns - Art for a New World"
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