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ARTS & CRAFTS, ART DECO Date: 1993
Title: In The Arts & Crafts Style (Hard Cover - DJ) (Published by Quarto Inc., London. Distributed by Chronicle Books, San Francisco)
Author: Mayer, Barbara
Description: Wright was a prominent figure in the Arts & Crafts Movement. This book touches on Wright's influence on the Arts & Crafts movement. Original HC List Price $35.00. (Sixth Edition)
Size: 9.5 x 11.
Pages: Pp 224
Title: Grove Park Inn Arts & Crafts Conference 1995 (Soft Cover)
Author: Frank Lloyd Wright
Description: "The Art and Craft of the Machine". Reprint of an address before the Hull House in Chicago, 1903. (First Edition)
Pages: Pp 36-37
Title: Arts & Crafts Design In American, A State By State Guide (Soft Cover) (Published by Chronicle Books, San Francisco. Produced by Archetype Press, Inc., Washington D.C.)
Author: Massey, James; Maxwell, Shirley
Description: "Gustav Stickley, Green and Green, Frank Lloyd Wright, Bernard Maybeck, William Morris, Louis Tiffany. The work of these arts and crafts masters can be seen firsthand across the country. State by state, Arts & Crafts Design in America guides you to the finest examples of this remarkable style, including furniture, architecture, decorative arts and more." (Back cover.) Includes many of Wright’s works. Original list price $22.95. (First Edition)
Size: 6 x 8.5
Pages: Pp 272
Title: The Arts & Crafts Movement (Publ. By Barnes and Noble, Inc., New York)
Author: Sommer, Robin Langley (1 Ch.); Rago, David; Costantino, Maria (4); Six, Dean (1); Morris, Patricia (1)
Description: First published in 1995 by Saraband Limited, The Art House, Glasgow, Scotland. Original HC List Price $9.98. (Second Edition)
Size: 9.5 x 13
Pages: Pp 144
Title: American Art Deco (Hard Cover - DJ) (Published by World Publication Group, Inc., North Dighton, MA) Two Copies.
Author: Weber, Eva
Description: Publisher’s description: "Art deco is a distinctive modernist style that took its name from the Exposition Internationale des Art Decoratifs et Industriels Modernes held in Paris in 1925. The popularity of art deco during the 1920s and 1930s influenced modernist designers in many fields: ceramics, textiles, interiors, glassware, furniture, as well as architecture.
Many of art deco's greatest practitioners worked in several media to produce exuberant buildings with seductive art deco interiors. Frank Lloyd Wright, Ely Jacques Kahn, and Eliel Saarinen were just a few of the architects who produced bold and vital art deco designs. This volume exquisitely reproduced the rich heritage of art deco design, from Sidney Waugh's glassware for Steuben Glass and Grant Wood's paintings to Donald Deskey's interiors in Radio City Music Hall and William Van Alen's Chrysler Building. Includes 11 pages on Wright, and 8 photographs including the cover. Original HC List Price $16.99. (First Edition)
Size: 10.5 x 14.5
Pages: Pp 112
ST#: 2004.11.0205, 2004.12.0205
Title: American Art Deco (Hard Cover - DJ) (Published by World Publication Group, Inc., North Dighton, MA)
Author: Weber, Eva
Description: First published in 2004. Publisher’s description: "Art deco is a distinctive modernist style that took its name from the Exposition Internationale des Art Decoratifs et Industriels Modernes held in Paris in 1925. The popularity of art deco during the 1920s and 1930s influenced modernist designers in many fields: ceramics, textiles, interiors, glassware, furniture, as well as architecture.
Many of art deco's greatest practitioners worked in several media to produce exuberant buildings with seductive art deco interiors. Frank Lloyd Wright, Ely Jacques Kahn, and Eliel Saarinen were just a few of the architects who produced bold and vital art deco designs. This volume exquisitely reproduced the rich heritage of art deco design, from Sidney Waugh's glassware for Steuben Glass and Grant Wood's paintings to Donald Deskey's interiors in Radio City Music Hall and William Van Alen's Chrysler Building. Includes 11 pages on Wright, and 7 photographs including the cover. (Second edition)
Size: 10.5 x 14.5
Pages: Pp 112
Title: The Arts and Crafts Movement in the Pacific Northwest (Hard Cover DJ) (Published by Timber Press, Inc. Portland, OR)
Author: Kreisman, Lawrence; Mason, Glenn
Description: "This magnificent compendium is the first comprehensive exploration of the Arts and Crafts legacy in the Pacific Northwest. It traces the movement from its nineteenth-century English beginnings to its flowering in Washington and Oregon through the 1920s and beyond, weaving into a tale of idealism and devotion everything from iconic masterpieces to recent discoveries... Beautifully illustrated with nearly 400 photographs and period graphics, including rare images published here for the first time, this groundbreaking volume is an authoritative reference, a provocative story, and an irresistible treasure trove for Arts and Crafts collectors and enthusiasts everywhere." (Dust jacket) Includes references to Frank Lloyd Wright. Original list price $39.95. (First Edition)
Size: 8.5 x 11.25
Pages: Pp 398
Title: Frank Lloyd Wright: Art Collector. Secessionist Prints From The Turn of The Century (Hard Cover DJ) (Published by the University of Texas Press, Austin)
Author: Alofsin, Anthony
Description: "These Secessionist art prints, acquired by Frank Lloyd Wright and his lover Mamah Borthwick Cheney during their infamous flight to Europe in 1909–1910, reveal a new dimension of the architect’s taste and aesthetic preferences. This previously unknown and newly discovered group of prints from his personal art collection shows that around the turn of the twentieth century Wright had a surprising interest in European artists pursuing their own versions of modernism. Identified from careful archival research, the prints demonstrate how richly diffuse and multifaceted modernism was before the codification of a modernist canon. Wright, a revolutionary architect, preferred the work of Secessionists to that of the avant-garde of expressionism, cubism, and futurism. To Wright, the artists he selected were modern, and they appealed deeply to his interest in landscapes and graphic techniques of reproduction." (Dust jacket.) Original list price $40.00. (First Edition)
Size: 11.25 x 10.25
Pages: Pp 122
AMERICAN CRAFT Date: 1988
Title: American Craft - June / July 1988 (Published bimonthly by the American Craft Council, New York)
Author: Lebensohn, Jeremy Author: Tognini, Joyce Description: "Mighty Miniatures. The craft of model making has changed dramatically in this century in response to the demands of the market and the development of technology..." Includes one photograph of a model of Fallingwater by Joseph Zelvin Models and Paul Bonfilio. Description: "Wright Restored. Brought back to its original glory, Frank Lloyd Wright’s Meyer May House in Grand Rapids, Michigan, offers a rare look at a total environment as the master architect envisioned it." Two year resonation by Steelcase Inc. Includes five photographs. Original cover price $5.00. 8.25 x 10.9 Size: 8.25 x 10.9 Pages: Pp 34-38, 100 Pages: Pp 80-83 S#: 1988.81.1014 ARTS & CRAFTS QUARTERLY Date: 1988
Title: Arts & Crafts Quarterly - Summer 1988 V2 #3 (Published quarterly by American Art Pottery/Arts and Crafts, Trenton, New Jersey)
Author: Maimon, Jill
Description: "Live from Pennsylvania: It's Frank Lloyd Wright. At the Allentown Art Museum, visitors can actually enter a magnificent Wright Library. There's a little known architectural gem at the Allentown Art Museum in Allentown, Pennsylvania: the library from the Francis W. Little House (1912 - 1914), also called ‘Northome,’ designed by Frank Lloyd Wright. Unlike rooms at other museums, this one is refreshingly open and inviting, without a stern velvet rope restricting one from entering. In this impressive room I met with the museums associate curator, Sarah McNear, who told me that the museum encourages it's visitors to use the library..." Includes one photograph of the Little Library. Original list price $6.00.
Size: 8.25 x 11
Pages: Pp 7-9
LITTLE JOURNEYS Date: 1909
Title: Little Journeys To The Homes of Great Business Men - November 1909 (Published six times a year by Elbert Hubbard, Editor and Publisher, East Aurora, New York)
Author: Hubbard, Elbert
Description: This volume is a biography of H. H. Rogers and includes a portrait. "Done into a Book by the Roycrofters at Their Shop Which Is in East Aurora (a Buffalo suburb), Erie County, New York." Cover design by Dard Hunter. The Larkin Soap Company was founded in Buffalo in 1875, founded by John D. Larkin. Other principles in the company were his two brothers-in-law Elbert Hubbard and William Heath; and Darwin D. Martin, a non-family member. Hubbard is credited for the Larkins Company’s success in marketing products direct-to-consumers. In 1894, Hubbard sailed to Europe, and met William Morris, the originator of the Arts & Crafts movement in England. After returning to Buffalo he retired from the company in 1895, at the age of 38 to pursue literary and artistic interests. He published "Little Journeys", other publications, and established the Roycroft Press. It expanded and simply become known as The Roycrofters. Original cover price 10 cents.
Size: 6 x 8.
Pages: Pp 127-164
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