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Title:
The arts & crafts companion
Author:
Todd, Pamela.
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Edition:
First North American edition.
Publication Information:
New York : Bulfinch Press, [2004]

©2004
Physical Description:
320 pages : illustrations (chiefly color) ; 27 cm
Language:
English
ISBN:
9780821228418
Format :
Book

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Summary

Summary

This illustrated account, written by Pamela Todd, is an essential companion and guide to the arts and crafts movement.


Author Notes

Pamela Todd has lectured on the subject of decorative arts at the Tate Gallery and is the author of more than a dozen books


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Library Journal Review

The author of more than a dozen books, Todd (The Pre-Raphaelites at Home) has done a magnificent job of creating this sourcebook on the Arts & Crafts movement. Focusing closely on the evolution of this decorative style in both Europe and America, this book is equal parts encyclopedia, exhibition catalog, and history text. Todd begins with a chapter on the philosophy and historical background of the movement. Next is a glossary that offers a veritable who's who of the decorative arts of the period. The next nine chapters each focus on a different facet of Arts & Crafts style, including architecture, furniture, textiles, stained glass, gardens, and more. With 250 color and 50 black-and-white illustrations, this book is not only visually stunning but also a source of useful references, including lists of manufacturers and online resources. Highly recommended for public and academic libraries and for collectors looking for a strong sourcebook on this popular arts movement.-Sheila Devaney, Univ. of Georgia Lib., Athens (c) Copyright 2010. Library Journals LLC, a wholly owned subsidiary of Media Source, Inc. No redistribution permitted.


Table of Contents

Introduction: Philosophy & Backgroundp. 8
Chapter 1 The Makers of the Movementp. 32
Chapter 2 Architecturep. 92
Chapter 3 Architectural Interiorsp. 124
Chapter 4 Furniturep. 144
Chapter 5 Textiles & Wallpaperp. 184
Chapter 6 Stained Glass & Lightingp. 212
Chapter 7 Pottery a Ceramicsp. 230
Chapter 8 Metalwork a Jewelryp. 248
Chapter 9 The Printed Wordp. 274
Chapter 10 Cardensp. 288
Source Bookp. 306
Bibliographyp. 311
Indexp. 313
Picture Acknowledgmentsp. 320