Gustav Stickley, now in paperback
Phaidon has released a massive paperback about Gustav Stickley (1858-1942), the iconic character and one of the most influential figures of the American Arts & Crafts movement. Stickley was 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. David Cathers is one of the most widely consulted scholars on Stickley, and this book ...
Gustav Stickley dressing screen designed by Harvey Ellis. This form is pictured in January 1904 Craftsman Magazine, with inlay in the upper panels. This screen has an original warm red/brown finish in fine condition and retains the 1902-04 red decal. Stands 67" tall and each panel is 20" wide.
Stickley Brothers | Desk | American | The Metropolitan Museum of Art
Inscription: partial oval paper label affixed with two upholstery tacks to underside of desk: Made by / Stickley Bro[s.Co.] / Grand Rapids, Mic[h.]; marked in pencil on underside of desk: 551 x 6522; marked in crayon on rear of proper left cabinet: 13 [encircled]; marked in crayon on cedar pigeon-hole inserts inside a drawer: 4; marked in crayon on cedar pigeon-hole insert inside another drawer: 5; marked in crayon on cedar pigeon-hole insert inside a third drawer: 6; marked in pencil on…
Furniture for the craftsman; a manual for the student and machanic : Otter, Paul D. (Paul Denniston), b. 1866 : Free Download, Borrow, and Streaming : Internet Archive
FREE DOWNLOAD Furniture for the Craftsman: A manual for the student and mechanic, covering the design, construction and finishing of practically all the articles used in the furnishing and equipment of the modern home, porch and grounds with hints on upholstering - Paul D. Otter (1914)
Stickley Side Chair, Designed c. 1903, Oak, pewter, copper, various woods, rush (replaced), 47 1/4 x 18 1/2 x 16 1/2 in., The Estate of Dr. Edgar G. McKee. Rose Images © Dallas Museum of Art.