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Making Their Mark

Art, Craft and Design at the Central School 1896-1966

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Making Their Mark: Art, Craft and Design at the Central School 1896-1966
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Tracing the history of the Central School of Art, from its first principal, onwards, this book shows how the school began and developed educational theories that had far reaching effects on the development of arts and crafts in Britain. Also featured are the staff and students of the school, such as Terrance Conran, Eduardo Paolozzi and Posy Simonds; the Bauhaus movement and shops such as Liberty's, whose influence both in spreading the school's philosophy and through the high street has been considerable.
Release date NZ
September 29th, 2000
Contributor
Edited by Sylvia Backemeyer
Country of Publication
United Kingdom
Illustrations
75 colour and 50 b&w photographs
Imprint
A & C Black Publishers Ltd
Pages
160
Dimensions
219x276x13
ISBN-13
9780713652611
Product ID
2074541

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