Treasures of the American Arts and Crafts Movement: 1890-1920

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Compiled by connoisseurs of Arts and Crafts, and with a text by Alastair Duncan, this book is both a comprehensive and authoritative treatment of the movement and a sumptuous photographic collection of Arts and Crafts masterpieces. Pictured here in more than 130 colour images are stained glass, furniture, silver and metalwork, ceramics, textiles, lighting and more, all specially photographed for this volume.
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Overview

Compiled by connoisseurs of Arts and Crafts, and with a text by Alastair Duncan, this book is both a comprehensive and authoritative treatment of the movement and a sumptuous photographic collection of Arts and Crafts masterpieces. Pictured here in more than 130 colour images are stained glass, furniture, silver and metalwork, ceramics, textiles, lighting and more, all specially photographed for this volume.
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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9780500284087
  • Publisher: Thames & Hudson
  • Publication date: 4/19/2003
  • Edition description: New Edition
  • Pages: 208
  • Product dimensions: 8.80 (w) x 11.80 (h) x 0.80 (d)

Meet the Author

Tod Volpe
Tod Volpe
In his art-world expose Framed, Tod Volpe paints a vivid portrait how he transformed himself from a Bronx-born funeral director to "art dealer to the stars." After serving time on trumped-up fraud charges at the height of his career, Volpe realized that his passion for people -- not paintings -- held the true key to his life's happiness.

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In our interview, Volpe shared some fascinating facts about himself:

"My first job was an undertaker's apprentice -- I learned the art of disguise and the power of illusion."

"I loved painting pictures when I was a child and playing the piano. Music is very important for our growth and awareness. I believe that we can achieve our goals by tuning in to our sixth sense."

"The only reason I have become successful in my life is because I chose the road less traveled. Trust yourself, no matter what happens. That is the message I would like to leave readers of this page."

"I have my favorite ways to unwind -- meditating, breathing, taking baths, and surrounding myself with beauty -- but the best way to eliminate stress in one's life is to do what one loves to do; if we follow that path, all else will follow."

"There is only one thing more that I would like to say, and it has to do with honesty. My story (Framed) is about self-deception, and I learned the hard way that truth, honor, and freedom are the greatest gifts we have. I can now enjoy my life in ways I never knew because I am open and free to love and be loved."

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    1. Also Known As:
      Tod Michael Volpe
    2. Hometown:
      New York, New York
    1. Date of Birth:
      October 25, 1948
    2. Place of Birth:
      Yonkers, New York
    1. Education:
      Mortuary Science Degree, Syracuse University; Bachelor of Fine Arts, New York University
    2. Website:

Table of Contents

Preface 7
Preface 8
Introduction 9
Text 25
1 Furniture
Craftsman Workshops: Gustav Stickley, Harvey Ellis 25
Charles Rohlfs 40
Frank Lloyd Wright 49
Roycroft 56
Purcell, Feick & Elmslie 59
George Washington Maher 61
Greene and Greene 63
Arthur Mathews and Lucia Kleinhans Mathews 66
2 Ceramics
Rookwood Pottery 71
Artus Van Briggle 78
Newcomb College Pottery 83
Grueby Faiene Company 85
Fulper Pottery Company 91
Tiffany Studios 94
Gates Potteries 98
Weller Pottery 102
Middle Lane Pottery 104
Dedham Pottery 106
Grand Feu Pottery 108
University City Pottery 110
Taxile Doat 110
Adelaide Alsop Robineau 112
Frederick Hurten Rhead 116
George E. Ohr 118
Marblehead Pottery 123
Overbeck Pottery 123
3 Metal and Silver
Gustav Stickley 127
Dirk Van Erp 130
Roycroft 130
Frank Lloyd Wright 135
Louis Sullivan 135
Tiffany & Company 137
Tiffany Studios 137
Shreve and Company 140
Robert Riddle Jarvie 142
Kalo Shops 146
A. Fogliata: Hull House Shops 150
Lebolt Company 150
4 Lighting and Windows
Frank Lloyd Wright 151
Tiffany and Grueby 157
Roycroft 157
Greene and Greene 162
Dirk Van Erp 165
Fulper Pottery Company 170
Charles Rohlfs 170
5 Miscellaneous
Roycroft 171
Arthur Mathews 176
George Grant Elmslie 176
Greene and Greene 179
Frank Lloyd Wright 182
Endnotes 187
Acknowledgments 197
Bibliography 199
Index 203
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