Table of contents for Arts & crafts furniture : from classic to contemporary / Kevin P. Rodel and Jonathan Binzen.

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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