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Textiles of the Arts and Crafts Movement e-book

Author:

Linda Parry

Language:

English

Category:

Photo

Subcategory:

Decorative Arts & Design

ePub size:

1945 kb

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Rating:

4.9

Publisher:

Thames & Hudson; New edition (April 17, 2005)

Pages:

160

ISBN:

0500285365

Textiles of the Arts and Crafts Movement e-book

by Linda Parry


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Goodreads helps you keep track of books you want to read. Start by marking Textiles of the Arts and Crafts Movement as Want to Read: Want to Read savin. ant to Read. Linda Parry first examines the evolution and development of the style and discusses the whole range of Arts and Crafts textiles - printed and woven fabrics, tapestries and carpets, lace and embroidery. She then presents an alphabetical annotated catalogue that provides invaluable information on designers, manufacturers, and shops.

Linda Parry first examines the evolution and development of the style and discusses the whole range of Arts and Crafts textiles?printed and woven fabrics, tapestries and carpets, lace and embroidery. She then presents an alphabetical annotated catalogue that provides invaluable information on designers, manufacturers, and shops См. также: Декоративно-прикладное искусство.

Linda Parry is a Deputy Keeper at the Victoria & Albert Museum, where she curated the major William Morris . Parry covers the history of the movement and the work shown in London by the Arts and Crafts Exhibition Society.

Linda Parry is a Deputy Keeper at the Victoria & Albert Museum, where she curated the major William Morris exhibition in 1996. At the end of the book is an extensive catalog of designers, craftsmen, institutions and firms. There is also a long bibliography of books and catalogs if you want to explore this subject in depth. 49 people found this helpful.

Arts and Crafts Movement - a movement, originating in England c1860 as a reaction against poor quality mass produced goods, that sought to revive earlier standards of workmanship and design, conceiving of decoration and craftsmanship as a single entity to be applied to the.

Arts and Crafts Movement - a movement, originating in England c1860 as a reaction against poor quality mass produced goods, that sought to revive earlier standards of workmanship and design, conceiving of decoration and craftsmanship as a single entity to be applied to th. niversalium. Arts and Crafts Movement - a movement, originating in England c1860 as a reaction against poor quality mass produced goods, that sought to revive earlier standards of workmanship and design, conceiving of decoration and craftsmanship as a single entity to be applied to th. seful english dictionary.

During the original Arts and Crafts movement, artisans were shunning mass production

During the original Arts and Crafts movement, artisans were shunning mass production. Discover the style's history, characteristics, and influencers. He wrote. rt made by the people, and for the people, as a happiness to the maker and the user. His business-Morris, Marshall, Faulkner & C. founded in 1861-made handcrafted decorative items.

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William Morris textile designs from the Arts and Crafts Movement of the 1800s. Lavender Wings ‘All Hallow’s Eve’ Cross Stitch Pattern Booklet Designed by Linda Hinckley.

William Morris Print Set No. 1 - Fine Art Giclee Prints This print set features 6 timeless William Morris textile designs from the Arts and Crafts Movement of the 1800s. He was a major contributor to the revival of traditional British textile arts and methods of production. On May Day in Christie’s London sale of Century Decorative Art and Design, two English Arts & Crafts Movement embroideries closely associated with William Morris and his daughter May Morris were sold for significant prices. Morris Bedspread, detail.

The author outlines the history of late 19th century England's textile industry, and shares her understanding of the atmosphere that gave rise to the Arts and Crafts Society 100 years ago.

Back in print with new color plates: the comprehensive survey of textile designs in the English Arts and Crafts style. For twenty-five years after the first Arts and Crafts Exhibition in 1888, these English textiles were shown throughout Europe and the United States, influencing designers and attracting a large public. The refined creations of Arthur Silver (including Liberty's celebrated Peacock Feather), the distinctive designs of C. F. A. Voysey, the floral patterns of Lindsay Butterfield and George Haiteall were, and continue to be, a source of delight and inspiration.

Linda Parry first examines the evolution and development of the style and discusses the whole range of Arts and Crafts textiles - printed and woven fabrics, tapestries and carpets, lace and embroidery. She then presents an alphabetical annotated catalogue that provides invaluable information on designers, manufacturers, and shops.

The illustrations have been selected from the outstanding collections of the Victoria and Albert Museum in London, and are supplemented by notable examples from other museums. For this new edition, many of the illustrations that were previously printed in black and white are now reproduced in full color. Also included are rare period photographs of designers and of the fabrics in use in Victorian interiors.

153 illustrations, 91 in color
Manesenci
I'm always confused when a publisher puts out a great book then chooses not to let potential buyers glimpse the inside. And the option is there for user photos, but not knowing enough about copyright rules, I'm disinclined to post anything only to find out I did it wrong. I will, however, say this: what a terrific little book. This book is so much more than you could gather from searching out internet images. And the images are not back lit so (while not giving as much "pop") they give a truer representation of the art. ANd it is gorgeous. In this concise volume there are screens, fabrics, wallpapers, etc presented in detail shots, wide range, in situ, and historical context. People sometimes think that the bigger the volume the more thought that went into it, but I disagree: it's much harder to do a great job in less space. Parry does it. Expertly, unafraid to tuck in some humor, and always with the understanding that text should serve to educate, illuminate & entertain, not stroke the ego of the writer.
Thabel
This is how a book like this should be produced! It is loaded with more history than I can absorb. It delves into how these textiles were used in interior design. There are brief A-to-Z entries on designers, craftsmen and companies. And of course it is loaded with illustrations of the textiles in color. It's also very nicely printed. You can't go wrong with this if you're interested in the subject. Note that this book was originally published in 1988 but updated in 2005. Make sure you're getting the newer version.
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Textiles of the Arts and Crafts Movement
If your interest is in the textiles of the Arts and Crafts movement in Great Britain, this is the book for you. It is comprehensive in its exploration of the subject, from well-known designers as Charles Rennie Mackintosh and William Morris to dozens of lesser-known designers and craftspeople. Linda Parry, the author, is on the staff of the Victoria and Albert Museum. The majority of examples of textiles in black and white and color were taken from this museum. Parry covers the history of the movement and the work shown in London by the Arts and Crafts Exhibition Society. At the end of the book is an extensive catalog of designers, craftsmen, institutions and firms. There is also a long bibliography of books and catalogs if you want to explore this subject in depth.
Hirah
Lovely book and great addition to ones library of this period. Wonderful illustrations and explanatory text
Gann
Fascinated with the Arts and Crafts Movement and this book gave me information I haven't seen or heard of. I have quite a collection of books on this topic.
Uriel
Lovely
Berenn
highly recommend
Even when I buy a coffee-table book, in which the primary attraction is visual rather than wordsmithing, I try to read the text. That's why it's taken me so long to review this book, which I've owned for about 6 months. The text is not bad; it's just dry and scholarly. That isn't actually a terrible thing here, since this book is, after all, about the textiles of the Arts & Crafts movement in the UK, focusing on the exhibitions between 1880 and 1920. It necessarily goes into detail about, say, the increase in the number of textile firms at the end of the 19th century. There's a whole section that's a catalog of the era's designers, craftsmen, institutions and firms, for instance. If you're a serious student of the history of the movement, you'll be thrilled. Me -- not so much.

But that's perfectly okay, because I bought the book for its 153 illustrations, all of which are gorgeous. If you care about the designs from William Morris, CFA Voysey or Arthur Silver, you may have to wipe drool off your chin before it falls onto the book. The collection here -- all of which, I think, is represented from the Victoria and Albert Museum in London -- includes full color plates of the cloth patterns and embroidery, as well as some photos of the textiles in use (such as the Morris' bed at Kelmscot Manor). This is just gosh-durn PRETTY stuff, and well worth flipping through. It's positively inspiring for anyone contemplating authentic stencils, or embroidery, or (my excuse) quilting designs.

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