The Stickley Brothers

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A tribute to the style and contributions of the Stickley brothers--Gustav, Albert, Charles, Leopold and John George--the foremost manufacturers of Arts & Crafts furniture in America.
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A tribute to the style and contributions of the Stickley brothers--Gustav, Albert, Charles, Leopold and John George--the foremost manufacturers of Arts & Crafts furniture in America.
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Clark (fine arts, Elmira Coll.) and Thomas-Clark (registrar, Corning Museum of Glass) here showcase a seminal family in the history of American furniture design and decorating style. Along with Frank Lloyd Wright and Greene & Greene, the five Stickley brothers popularized the austere style of the Arts & Crafts movement in the early 20th century, producing high-quality designs that resembled the work of the Shakers. Gustav, the eldest, was also responsible for the publication of the Craftsman, a defining style and producer catalog of the movement. This extraordinary retrospective explores the genesis of the Arts & Crafts movement and the Stickley brothers' place in it while also examining the differences among the various brothers. Illustrated with line drawings, vignettes, and photographs, the volume brings the designs, furniture, various companies, and the men themselves into context. A triumph of strong text and well-chosen illustration, this volume stands with earlier volumes, such as David Cathers and Alexander Vertikoff's Stickley Style, as a fine exploration, and extension, of the topic. A short but adequate index is included. Recommended particularly for architecture and for home decoration collections.-Alex Hartmann, INFOPHILE, Williamsport, PA Copyright 2003 Cahners Business Information.
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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9781586850531
  • Publisher: Smith, Gibbs Publisher
  • Publication date: 9/26/2002
  • Edition description: 1ST
  • Pages: 160
  • Product dimensions: 8.50 (w) x 10.00 (h) x 0.70 (d)

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Dr. Michael E Clark is an associate professor at Elmira College in Fine Arts Department. He lives in upstate New York.

Jill Thomas-Clark is a registrar for the Corning Museum of Glass. Her work has appeared in Style 1900:The Journal of Arts & Crafts Movement. She lives in upstate New York.

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Introduction

The Voice and the Players

During the latter part of the twentieth century, the name Stickley achieved mythic proportions in the American decorative arts. Particularly since the landmark Princeton exhibit on the Arts & Crafts movement in America in 1972, it has become legendary and influential in modern American design. A virtual boom in modern reproductions and imitations of Arts & Crafts objects and furniture has permeated the American environment. Scholarship and research into the period has produced a plethora of knowledge about the artists and artisans of the early twentieth century. But until now, no one work has covered the impact of all five Stickley brothers on creating an American style in the decorative arts.

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Table of Contents

Contents

Acknowledgments

Introduction: The Voice and the Players

A Timeline of the Stickley Brothers

The First Twenty-five Years

Gustav and Albert's Contributions

Charles, Leopold and John George's Contributions

An Epilogue: The End of the Quest

The Stickley Borthers' Furniture Shop Marks

Arts & Crafts Resources

Photos Credits

Selected Bibliography

Index

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