By the 1890s, May took centre stage as a teacher, exhibitor, and writer in the Arts and Crafts movement
. Jan Marsh and Rowan Bain discuss her role as a lecturer at the Birmingham School of Art in 1895 before she engaged in more formal teaching there in 1899 as well as at the Leicester and Hammersmith art schools.
The Arts and Crafts Movement
revolutionised attitudes to design in the late 19th century and was heavily influenced by the work and ideas of William Morris and John Ruskin.
Website: www.nationaltrust.org.uk This surprisingly large property was designed by local industrialist Theodore Mander and is one of only a few surviving examples of a house built and furnished under the influence of the Arts and Crafts movement
By the 1890s, Arthur Liberty had begun developing close relationships with designers working in the Arts and Crafts movement
and in the Art Nouveau style, and by the beginning of the 20th century Liberty's were stocking a wide range of items, from their iconic fabrics, to furniture, ceramics, jewellery and wallpaper.
She has written this book on how Deerfield became a center for the Arts and Crafts movement
, with particular interest in women's craft traditions.
The community of Deerfield, Massachusetts was home to an extraordinary group of women that contributed to the arts and crafts movement
. "Poetry to the Earth: The Arts & Crafts Movement in Deerfield" by Suzanne L.
This book argues for an aesthetic basis for India's freedom movement whereby the Arts and Crafts movement
's pioneers such as John Ruskin, William Morris, Charles Ashbee and William Lethaby effected the writings and work of Mahatma Gandi, Rabindranath Tagore and Ananda K Coomaraswamy as seen in the ideology of 'Swadeshi', India's rallying cry for freedom and the artistic milieu of Santiniketan.
(19) The Clarks did not miss much about the Arts and Crafts movement
. Spencer Clark later acknowledged that especially the craft campus of Roycroft (20) had been a great influence on them:
Underpinning these publications and documents is a critique of modernity, global capitalism, and postindustrial society that goes back to the Arts and Crafts movement
of the late nineteenth and early twentieth century, with its important vision at its core: a new ethic toward life, work, and the environment.
Cyndy Manton's remarkable and long-awaited book is the first ever account of the life and work of Henry Wilson (1864-1934), arguably the most accomplished and unquestionably the most versatile protagonist of the English Arts and Crafts Movement
. During his lifetime Wilson's genius was acclaimed in Europe and America but, despite leading roles in organisations such as the Art Workers Guild, Arts and Crafts Exhibition Society and British Institute of Industrial Art, the full extent of his achievements has remained little known.
Unmarried and with limited means, she commissioned a handful of women to make rugs according to her designs -and thus birthed the Arts and Crafts movement
of Cottage Craft.
Every style of interior since 1900 is charted, from the Arts and Crafts movement
to the present day.