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Gustav Stickley is the most far-thinking American in the Arts & Crafts period. Like many others he designed house and furniture. But inlike many of them, he wrote about it and wrote lots. This volume Gustav Stickley book a collection of his three books of house plans, reproduced just as he published them/5(20).
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As a furniture designer and publisher of the magazine The Craftsman, he adopted many of the ideals of British design reform movement and popularized both its philosophy and its aesthetics in the United States.
In the early s, furniture maker Gustav Stickley began producing a unique style of furniture that he called “Craftsman.” At the time, the world was coming into the modern industrial age, and Stickley, among others, began to question the value of mass-produced furniture and its effect on those who made or owned it.
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In Gustav Stickley’s book Craftsman Homes, there is a picture of this chair with the following caption: “A big deep chair that means comfort to a tired man when he comes home after the day’s work.” First produced aroundthis chair is an icon of Stickley’s furniture and his philosophy.
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Gustav Stickley () founded his own design company, Craftsman Workshops, with his brother in upstate New York in The company was highly successful through the s and eventually became a national enterprise with retail stores in New York, Boston, and Washington, DC. Catalogue of craftsman furniture made by Gustav Stickley at The Craftsman Workshops, Eastwood, N.Y.
by Stickley, Gustav, Publication date Topics Furniture--Catalogs, Trade catalogs--Furniture Publisher G. Stickley, Eastwood, N.Y. Collection winterthurlibrary; americana Digitizing sponsor Lyrasis Members and Sloan Foundation. Quality Comfort, Elevated. No single piece of furniture stirs up the image of comfort than the Morris chair.
Originally popularized at the English studio of William Morris in the mid’s, the Morris chair was quickly translated by American manufacturers, including Gustav Stickley.
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We are well on our way. Phase I, the exterior restoration is complete. We are preparing for Phase 2, the interior restoration. Welcome. Stickley Furniture Catalog Reprints and Other Arts & Crafts Period Books Please Click on the two categories to the left or the images below to view original catalogue reprints of furniture makers Gustav Stickley - Craftsman Workshops, L&JG Stickley, Stickley Brothers, Limbert, Lifetime, Shop of the Crafters - Oscar Onken, Lakeside Crafts Shop and Roycroft and the metalwork of Chigago.
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