Gustav Stickley (18581942) is one of the iconic and most influential figures of the American Arts Crafts movement, a self-made man whose furniture company, Craftsman Workshops, and the seminal magazine he founded in 1901, The Craftsman, held wide-ranging influence over American interior design and decorative arts for decades. Although best-known as a designer of functional yet beautifully crafted wood furniture, Stickley was also an entrepreneur and brilliant manager who assembled a talented team of collaborators to produce lamps, metalwork, textiles, plans for houses, and interiors. This is the first authoritative, heavily illustrated monograph on the life and career of Gustav Stickley, and constitutes an important contribution to the field of American Arts Crafts and decorative arts. Author David Cathers is one of the most widely consulted scholars on Stickley, and this book gathers together years of his research and expertise. It includes a chronology, bibliography, and two appendices one listing biographical information on all of Stickleys significant collaborators thus serving an indispensable research volume.
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