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Title:
The arts & crafts house
Author:
Tinniswood, Adrian.
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Publication Information:
New York : Watson-Guptill Publications, 1999.
Physical Description:
176 pages : illustrations (some color) ; 29 cm
General Note:
"First published in Great Britain in 1999 by Mitchell Beazley"--T.p. verso.
Language:
English
ISBN:
9780823003648
Format :
Book

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Summary

Summary

Featuring European and American houses from the 1850s to the 1930s, this book profiles the lives of the architects and clients who fostered a dynamic movement that has enduring popular appeal.


Author Notes

Adrian Tinniswood has worked for Britain's leading heritage organization., the National Trust, as an author, editor, and educational consultant for 15 years. He lives in Bath, England.


Table of Contents

Philip WebbRichard Norman ShawEdward OuldPhilip WebbW. R. LethabyHenry van de VeldeHoward Van Doren ShawHermann MuthesiusJoseph Maria OlbrichHerman Gesellius and Armas Lindgren and Eliel SaarinenDetmar BlowNorman JewsonBernard MaybeckCharles Greene and Henry GreeneFrank Lloyd WrightGeorge Washington SmithWallace NeffJulia MorganEdwin LutyensC. F. A. VoyseyErnest GimsonEdward Schroeder PriorAmbrose HealErnest BarnsleyHenry Hobson RichardsonCharles Rennie MackintoshRobert Stodart LorimerFrank Lloyd Wright
Introduction: Designs for Livingp. 6
Morris and Co.p. 10
Red Housep. 14
The Firmp. 18
Cragsidep. 22
Anti-scrapep. 24
Wightwick Manorp. 26
Standenp. 30
Melsetter Housep. 34
The Architect at Homep. 38
Bloemenwerfp. 42
Ragdalep. 46
Das englische Hausp. 50
Haus Olbrichp. 52
Hvittraskp. 56
A Place in the Countryp. 60
Hillesp. 62
Owlpen Manorp. 66
America the Beautifulp. 70
Grayoaksp. 74
Gustav Stickleyp. 78
The Gamble Housep. 82
How the West Was Wonp. 86
Hollyhock Housep. 88
Casa del Herrerop. 92
The Gillette Ranchp. 96
The Williams Housep. 100
Country Lifep. 104
Over the Rainbowp. 108
Munstead Woodp. 110
The Arts and Crafts Gardenp. 114
Broadleysp. 118
Stoneywell Cottagep. 122
Eden in Suburbiap. 126
Home Placep. 130
No Magic Qualityp. 134
Rodmarton Manorp. 136
An International Stylep. 140
The Glessner Housep. 144
International Exhibitions How the Arts and Crafts movement was spread abroadp. 148
Hill Housep. 150
The Art Nouveau Movementp. 154
Laverockdalep. 158
The Storer Housep. 162
The End of the Movementp. 166
Bibliographyp. 170
Indexp. 171
Acknowledgmentsp. 176