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Arts and Crafts Furniture From Classic to Contemporary

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ISBN-10: 1561583596

ISBN-13: 9781561583591

Edition: 2003

Authors: Kevin Rodel, Jon Binzen

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List price: $45.00
Copyright year: 2003
Publisher: Taunton Press, Incorporated
Publication date: 12/1/2003
Binding: Hardcover
Pages: 240
Size: 9.50" wide x 11.00" long x 1.00" tall
Weight: 3.256
Language: English

Kevin Rodel, one of the foremost makers of hand-crafted craftsman furniture, has been making custom furniture in Maine since 1978. He and his wife, Susan Mack, have been operating their own custom furniture business, Mack and Rodel since 1986. Their work has been featured in woodworking magazines and books on Craftsman interiors. Kevin Rodel has contributed articles on craftsman style and techniques to Fine Woodworking and Home Furniture

Jonathan Binzen is a writer and photographer specializing in furniture and architecture. He's a former senior editor at Fine Woodworking magazine and has written for This Old House and American Craft.

Furniture of the Arts and Crafts Movement
Social Reform, Design Revolution
Hallmarks of the Arts and Crafts Style
How the Movement Spread
William Morris: The Roots of Arts and Crafts
Furnishing the Red House
Morris & Co.: A Guild Goes into Business
Gallery: The Art of Morris & Co
Arts and Crafts in the Country: Gimson, the Barnsleys, and the Cotswolds Vernacular
London Calling
To the Cotswold Countryside
The Cotswold Legacy
Gallery: Cotswolds Country
English Architects and Designers
A. H. Mackmurdo and the Awakening of Arts and Crafts
C. F. A. Voysey: Refined Simplicity
The Artful Interior: M. H. Baillie Scott
Liberty's and Heal & Son: Commercial Arts and Crafts in England
Gallery: England's Professional Caste
Charles Rennie Mackintosh and the Glasgow Style
Mackintosh: Style Innovator
Mackintosh Emerges
The Glasgow Style's Other Contributors
Mackintosh on the Wane
Gallery: The Glasgow Style
Continental Europe
Arts and Crafts in Austria
Ruskin and Morris in Deutschland
Ernst Ludwig's Legacy
Gallery: The Vienna Secession
Gustav Stickley and His Brothers
Origins of the Style
Essence of the Craftsman Style
Stickley's Impact
Which Is the Real Stickley Furniture?
Gallery: The Stickley Family
Handmade in a Factory: Mass Production in Grand Rapids
The Disappearing Artisan
Mission in the Midwest
Charles P. Limbert's European Influence
Joseph McHugh's Mission Furniture
Gallery: Factory Furniture
The Prairie School
Arts and Crafts in the Windy City
Louis Sullivan, Mentor to the Prairie School
Frank Lloyd Wright and the Organic Ideal
George Mann Niedecken, Interior Architect
Syncopated Ornament: George Washington Maher
Prairie Partners: Purcell and Elmslie
Gallery: Prairie Arts & Crafts
Utopian Communities: American Furniture and Social Reform
Byrdeliffe's Aristocratic Utopia
Elbert Hubbard and the Marketing of Utopia
Rose Valley's Suburban Gothic
Gallery: Utopian Furniture
American Innovators
Charles Rohlfs and the Decorated Plank
John Scott Bradstreet: Fine Furniture on the Frontier
Arts and Crafts Climax: The Interiors of Greene and Greene
Gallery: Innovators in the States
The Revival of Arts and Crafts Furniture
The Sudden Death of Arts and Crafts
The Aftermath in England
Danish Modern: Ruskin Revved Up
The Dean of American Designer-Makers
Gallery: Arts and Crafts Revival
Selected Bibliography