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Arts and Crafts Movement

Definitions

from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 5th Edition.

  • noun A movement in architecture and decorative arts flourishing in England and the United States from about 1870 to 1920 and characterized by simplicity of design, hand-crafted objects, and local materials.

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  • Speaking of preservation, MOHAI has a new exhibit The Arts and Crafts Movement in the Pacific Northwest and the blurb mentions influences such as “remarkable setting, climate, local raw materials, crafts of native inhabitants, and exposure to Pacific Rim cultures.”

    Build Blog » In Defense of Preservation

  • Within the Arts and Crafts Movement, the bungalow was a progressive architectural design that proliferated in the USA in the early part of the C20th.

    Californian Bungalow: Australia's Favourite Interwar Home

  • Within the Arts and Crafts Movement, the bungalow was a progressive architectural design that proliferated in the USA in the early part of the C20th.

    Archive 2009-01-01

  • Now, it may not be terribly fashionable to say this but I am increasingly drawn to the Arts and Crafts Movement and the Pre-Raphaelites in recent years.

    Elevator Angels

  • Now, it may not be terribly fashionable to say this but I am increasingly drawn to the Arts and Crafts Movement and the Pre-Raphaelites in recent years.

    Archive 2008-06-01

  • The Arts and Crafts Movement of the early 20th century had the same aspirations while the Industrial Revolution was merely in its infancy, and they promoted it with much more ferocity than us.

    Knit That Man a Sweater

  • This innovative era coincided with the similarly fertile period in American architecture that stretched from Louis Sullivan through Frank Lloyd Wright and the Arts and Crafts Movement to the Art Deco of the Chrysler Building.

    History of Golf Course Architecture

  • This innovative era coincided with the similarly fertile period in American architecture that stretched from Louis Sullivan through Frank Lloyd Wright and the Arts and Crafts Movement to the Art Deco of the Chrysler Building.

    Archive 2005-04-10

  • It had been years before the resurgence in popularity of William Morris, but Lydia had been determined to find something with the feel of the Arts and Crafts Movement.

    Dreaming of the Bones

  • At the school’s center stands a Gothic-style chapel famous for its stained-glass windows by William Morris, the nineteenth-century poet, socialist, and designer regarded by many as the founder of the Arts and Crafts Movement.

    William and Kate

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