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The arts and crafts movement : a study of its sources, ideals and influence on design theory /

by Naylor, Gillian [author].
Type: materialTypeLabelBookDescription: 208 pages : illustrations(some col), facsimiles, music, portraits ; 25cm.ISBN: 026264018X; 0289709121 :.Subject(s): Arts and crafts movement | Arts and crafts | Aesthetic movement (British art) | Decoration and ornament -- History | Arts and crafts movement -- History | Handicraft | Aesthetic movement (Art)
Contents:
1. The sources -- Pugin -- The 1835 committee -- Henry Cole and the summerly venture -- The great exhibition -- 2. Ruskin's 'new road' -- The true functions of the workman -- Involvement -- The St. George's guild -- 3. Theory into practice: William Morris -- The Pre-Raphaelites and design -- The formation of the firm -- Definitions of the design process -- The democracy of art -- The Kelmscott Press -- 4. Guilds and guildsmen -- Mackmurdo and the century guild -- The art-worker's guild -- The arts and crafts exhibition society -- Walter Crane -- 5. Guildmen and industry -- Pottery -- Furniture -- Glass and textiles -- Silver and metalwork -- The National Association for the advancement of art and its application to industry -- 6. Ashbee and the craft of the machine -- The guild of handicraft at Chipping Campden -- Frank Lloyd Wright -- 7. Towards an efficiency style -- Lethaby and the central school -- European interpretations -- 8. Consolidation or eclipse?
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Originally published: 1971.

Also published: New York : MIT Press, 1980.

Includes bibliographical references (pages 195-198) and index.

1. The sources -- Pugin -- The 1835 committee -- Henry Cole and the summerly venture -- The great exhibition -- 2. Ruskin's 'new road' -- The true functions of the workman -- Involvement -- The St. George's guild -- 3. Theory into practice: William Morris -- The Pre-Raphaelites and design -- The formation of the firm -- Definitions of the design process -- The democracy of art -- The Kelmscott Press -- 4. Guilds and guildsmen -- Mackmurdo and the century guild -- The art-worker's guild -- The arts and crafts exhibition society -- Walter Crane -- 5. Guildmen and industry -- Pottery -- Furniture -- Glass and textiles -- Silver and metalwork -- The National Association for the advancement of art and its application to industry -- 6. Ashbee and the craft of the machine -- The guild of handicraft at Chipping Campden -- Frank Lloyd Wright -- 7. Towards an efficiency style -- Lethaby and the central school -- European interpretations -- 8. Consolidation or eclipse?

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