Arts & Crafts: A Practical Magazine For the Studio, the Workshop, and the Home
Hutchinson & Company
Practical inspiration for amateur crafters. Instructions mixed with general articles and information on products made in the past. Arts & Crafts magazine was aimed at those who saw their craftwork as more than a fashionable diversion; readers likely agreed with Arts and Crafts principles and aspired to semi-professional status at least. However, with the emphasis being on drawing, china painting, embroidery, jewellery, flowers, silk, etc., the magazine must have been aimed mainly at women, thereby demonstrating the vital role women played in the movement.
Publisher: Hutchinson & Company
Date Published: 1904-1905
Place Published: London
Condition: Very Good
Dust Jacket: No
Jacket Condition: n/a
Details: 2 vols. in one: viii, 322; viii, 324 p. Hundreds of b&w illustrations. Green cloth hardcover with black print. Some soiling to covers. Corners bumped. Repaired spine ends. New endpapers. Occasional thumbing. Soiling pages 122-127.