Arts and crafts movement; arts and crafts buildings and decorative art; a list of websites
Arts and Crafts Movement
Founders of the Arts and Crafts Movement in America and Britain, 1870-1900.
The Arts & Crafts Society
The Arts and Crafts Society is an extensive online (only) resource of information about the movement, with bibliographies, details of historic sites, and an events calendar.
Arts and Crafts movement,
The arts and crafts style guide from The Victoria and Albert Museum, London.
Blackwell, The Arts and Crafts House
Blackwell is Britain’s finest surviving Arts and Crafts house by M H Baillie Scott, situated in the English Lake District.
Founders of the Arts and Crafts Movement:
John Burrows’s collection of essays and lectures by Morris, Oscar Wilde, W. R. Lethaby, Walter Crane, Rosamund Marriott-Watson and others, with links to other related sites. Burne-Jones, Edward
Edward Burne-Jones. Wikipedia entry. Lutyens, Edwin
Edwin Lutyens, Wikipedia entry.
The Lutyens Trust
The Lutyens Trust is an educational charity which acts as a source of information and help on the care and maintenance of the works of Sir Edwin Landseer Lutyens. MacKintosh, Charles Rennie
The Charles Rennie Mackintosh Society
Buildings by Charles Rennie MacKintosh. Archinform.net Morris, William
The William Morris Society
The William Morris Gallery
William Morris: The Soul of Arts and Crafts
William Morris and his Circle, an exhibition.
William Morris. The Victoria and Albert Museum
Stained glass by William Morris.
William Morris. Works by William Morris at Project Gutenberg. Pugin, Augustus
The Pugin Society
Augustus Welby Northmore Pugin 1812–1852, A comprehensive overview of Pugin’s life with nearly 400 images
Augustus Pugin. Wikipedia Ruskin, John
John Ruskin. Wikipedia
John Ruskin was the leading English art critic of the Victorian era, also an art patron, draughtsman and watercolourist.
John Ruskin; Britannica.com
Ruskin Library and Research Centre
Brantwood, Ruskin’s Lake District home on Coniston Water
Ruskin’s Guild of St George Collection at Millennium Galleries, Sheffield
Guild of St George
The Ruskin Society
Ruskin Museum, Coniston
The Elements of Drawing: John Ruskin’s Teaching Collection at Oxford
The Eighth Lamp, Ruskin Studies Today
Works by John Ruskin.Project Gutenberg
Works by or about John Ruskin. Internet Archive
Strawberry Thief, furnishing fabric, designed by William Morris, 1883
The Vision of the Holy Grail tapestry, 1890 Sir Edward Burne-Jones, overall design and figures; William Morris, overall design and execution; John Henry Dearle, flowers
Recently constructed version of the William Morris Chair