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William S. Rice: Watercolors Boxed Notecards

William S. Rice: Watercolors Boxed Notecards

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Walter J. Phillips, a new book from Pomegranate

Walter J. Phillips

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From Pomegranate's Arts & Crafts Block Prints By William S. Rice 2014 Wall Calendar

Kauffman's Distillery Manheim, Pa. Old Kauffman Homestead Pennsylvania Chartres, France, 1913 from William S. Rice Art & Life

William S. Rice: Art & Life Arts and Crafts :: Block Printing

C. F. A. Voysey: Birds Among Flowers, Leaves, and Berries Bookmark

William S. Rice—Arts & Crafts Block Prints Notecard Folio

Arts & Crafts Block Prints Notecard Folio

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San Francisco Bay by William S. Rice Bookmark

Almond Blossom and Swallow by Walter Crane Bookmark

Arts and Crafts Block Prints by William S. Rice Boxed Notecards

Arts & Crafts Tiles: Made by Motawi Tileworks Boxed Notecards

Originating in late-nineteenth-century Britain in reaction to the industrial revolution, the Arts & Crafts movement soon spread to the US, engendering a renaissance of the applied and decorative arts. Today Motawi Tileworks, based in Ann Arbor, Michigan, upholds this rich mid western tradition of creative work in clay. Inspired by the glazes and designs of the Arts & Crafts era—produces fresh, innovative tile designs with elegant lines and a rich palette of “organic” hues. © Motawi Tileworks

Adaptation of Roycroft Double Poppy Window, a 1905 design by Dard Hunter (1883–1966). Hunter was one of the most influential designers in America’s Arts and Crafts movement, which shunned mass production in favor of simple and elegant handicrafts.

1,000-piece Jigsaw Puzzle: Plum and Peach Bloom, 1911–1913, by Gustave Baumann (American, b. Germany, 1881–1971). Published with the Museum of Fine Arts, Santa Fe. Maker of marionettes, furniture, paintings, and woodblock prints, Baumann believed in doing things with his own hands.

The Art of Arthur and Lucia Mathews (book), is the most comprehensive Mathews retrospective ever published. A thorough overview of the decorative arts as they evolved in California, it also surveys the Mathewses' predecessors, their contemporaries, and the artists whose work they influenced.

The English Arts & Crafts Movement, Book of Postcards - Thirty color reproductions from the Royal Institute of British Architects (RIBA) British Architectural Library. The first stirrings of the Arts and Crafts movement appeared in the mid-nineteenth century, when John Ruskin, prominent art and social critic, began writing essays assailing the increasing industrialization of the day.

Monterey Cypress, by Arthur F. Mathews, 1933.

Monterey Cypress Postcard

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William S. Rice: California Block Prints. William Seltzer Rice (1873–1963), By Roberta Rice Treseder. He was a young artist of twenty-seven when he stepped off a train in Stockton, California, in 1900; he had left his home in Pennsylvania to take the job of assistant art supervisor for the Stockton public schools. California became not only his lifelong home but also his muse, inspiring a prolific career in art.

William S. Rice: California Block Prints

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Motawi Tileworks: Contemporary Handcrafted Tiles in the Arts & Crafts Tradition of Ann Arbor, Michigan, founded by Nawal Motawi and her brother Karim in 1992.

The Arts & Crafts Designs of C. F. A. Voysey Book of Postcards - Early in his career, before completing any of the architectural designs that would win him a measure of glory, Charles Francis Annesley Voysey (English, 1857–1941) designed wallpaper and textiles. Throughout his career he moved constantly between work on houses, furniture, light fixtures, and other sorts of domestic designs.

C. F. A. Voysey: Architect, Designer, Individualist - A leading figure in the British Arts and Crafts movement, Charles Francis Annesley Voysey (1857–1941) could easily have made a career out of pattern design alone, for his ingenious textiles and wall coverings in fresh, clear colors won him international acclaim. By the mid-1890s, however, he also was hailed as one of Britain’s most innovative architects.