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Contents Chapter 1: Furniture of the Arts and Crafts Movement 000 Social Reform, Design Revolution 000 Hallmarks of the Arts and Crafts Style 000 The First Modern Movement 000 Chapter 2: William Morris: The Roots of Arts and Crafts 000 Furnishing the Red House 000 Morris & Co.: A Guild Goes into Business 000 Gallery: The Art of Morris & Co. 000 Chapter 3: Arts and Crafts in the Country: Gimson, the Barnsleys, and the Cotswolds Vernacular 000 London Calling 000 To the Cotswold Countryside 000 The Cotswold Legacy 000 Gallery: Cotswolds Country 000 Chapter 4: English Architects and Designers 000 A. H. Mackmurdo and the Awakening of Arts and Crafts 000 C. F. A. Voysey: Refined Simplicity 000 The Artful Interior: M. H. Baillie Scott 000 Liberty's and Heal & Son: Commercial Arts and Crafts in England 000 Gallery: Architects and Designers Gallery 000 Chapter 5: Charles Rennie Mackintosh and the Glasgow Style 000 Mackintosh: Style Innovator 000 Mackintosh Emerges 000 The Glasgow Style's Other Contributors 000 The Viennese Connection 000 Gallery: The Glasgow Style 000 Chapter 6: Continental Europe 000 Arts and Crafts in Austria 000 Ruskin and Morris in Deutschland 000 Ernst Ludwig's Legacy 000 Gallery: Vienna Secession Gallery 000 Chapter 7: Gustav Stickley and His Brothers 000 Origins of the Style 000 Essence of the Craftsman Style 000 Gustav Stickley's Impact 000 Which Is the Real Stickley Furniture? 000 Gallery: The Stickley Brothers 000 Chapter 8: Handmade in a Factory: Mass Production in Grand Rapids 000 The Disappearing Artisan 000 Mission in the Midwest 000 Charles P. Limbert's Dutch Influence 000 Joseph McHugh's Mission Furniture 000 Gallery: Goods from Grand Rapids 000 Chapter 9: The Prairie School 000 Arts and Crafts in the Windy City 000 Louis Sullivan, Mentor to the Prairie School 000 Frank Lloyd Wright and the Organic Ideal 000 George Mann Niedecken, Interior Architect 000 Syncopated Ornament: George Washington Maher 000 Prairie Partners: Purcell and Elmslie 000 Gallery: Prairie Gallery 000 Chapter 10: Utopian Communities: Furniture and Social Reform 000 Byrdcliffe's Aristocratic Utopia 000 Albert Hubbard and the Marketing of Utopia 000 Rose Valley's Suburban Gothic Style 000 Gallery: Utopian Furniture 000 Chapter 11: American Innovators 000 Charles Rohlfs and the Decorated Plank 000 John Scott Bradstreet: Fine Furniture on the Frontier 000 Arts and Crafts Climax: The Interiors of Greene and Greene 000 Gallery: Innovators Gallery 000 Chapter 12: The Revival of Arts and Crafts Furniture 000 The Sudden Death of Arts and Crafts 000 The Aftermath in England 000 Danish Modern: Ruskin Revved Up 000 The Dean of American Designer-Makers 000 Gallery: Arts and Crafts Revival 000
Library of Congress Subject Headings for this publication: Arts and crafts movement, Furniture History 19th century, Furniture History 20th century