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Ashbee, Charles Robert
Richardson, Henry Hobson
Comper, John Ninian
Scott, Mackay Hugh Baillie
Greene, Henry and Charles
Shaw, Richard Norman
Lutyens, Edwin Landseer
Voysey, Charles F. A.
Mackintosh, Charles Rennie
Wright, Frank Lloyd
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Arts and Crafts Architecture
- A late 19th-century movement to revive handicrafts. Examples from Belgium, the UK and the US in Great Buildings Online.
Arts and Crafts Movement Review
- A guide to articles and books on the Arts and Crafts movement, with news and links.
Arts and Crafts Movement, Craftsman Style Bungalows
- Tom Stermitz provides an introduction to the American houses inspired by Gustav Stickley, who spread Arts and Crafts ideas through his magazine 'The Craftsman'. From Ragtime.
Arts and Crafts Society
- This US-based society provides an events list, photographs, bibliography, lists of early Arts and Crafts exhibitions and societies, classifieds, links and a discussion forum.
- A guide to the history, aesthetics and architecture of the Arts and Crafts style, with a special focus on American architecture from 1900 to 1920, by Ken Lonsinger.
Friends of Red House
- Aim to acquire, preserve and educate about William Morris's house in Bexley. History and visitor information, with online booking. Membership form, news, bibliography, FAQ and contact information.
Gustav Stickley and the Craftsman Home
- Illustrated description by Ray Stubblebine of the houses built from plans published by Stickley in his magazine The Craftsman, from an exhibition by The Craftsman Farms Foundation. Hosted by Ragtime.
Red House, Bexley
- Seminal Arts and Crafts house designed by Philip Webb for William Morris. The Friends of the Red House supply photographs and brief history.
The Gamble House
- The official site for this example of American Arts and Crafts architecture, designed by Charles and Henry Greene in 1908. History, biographies of the architects, virtual tour and visitor information.
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