Arts & Crafts

Evolving from William Morris’ Aestheticism and Art Nouveau, the Arts and Crafts movement placed emphasis on hand produced works unlike the 19th and early 20th century society’s growing movement towards mass production and commercialization. Beginning in Great Britain, designers sought to foster a relationship with quality made objects and craftspeople in various mediums like ceramics, furniture, and textiles. In the United States, Frank Lloyd Wright became a notable presence in the Arts and Crafts movement by introducing the American landscape into design that eased the anxieties of industrial life.


All about the Benjamin’s Century Vase

Roberto Lugo

Barrel Chair

Frank Lloyd Wright

Conoid Bench

George Nakashima

Straight Chair

George Nakashima

American Modern Line

Russel Wright

Fiesta Tableware

Frederick Hurten Rhead

Library Table

Gustav Stickley

Hill House Chair

Charles Rennie Mackintosh

Earthenware Ceramics

Paul Revere

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