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Christopher Dresser, 1834-1904

Christopher Dresser

Christopher Dresser, 1834-1904

[exhibition] Camden Arts Centre, London, 3 October-25 November 1979, Dorman Museum, Middlesbrough, 8 December-19 January 1980

by Christopher Dresser

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Published by Arkwright Arts Trust Camden Arts Centre in London .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Dresser, Christopher -- Exhibitions.

  • Edition Notes

    Bibliography: p. 51.

    Statement[selection and catalogue, Michael Collins].
    ContributionsCollins, Michael, 1950-, Camden Arts Centre., Dorman Museum., Arkwright Arts Trust.
    The Physical Object
    Pagination52 p. :
    Number of Pages52
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL21917714M

    Christopher Dresser Christopher Dresser Not In Library. Not In Library. Christopher Dresser () Vanni Pasca , Catalogs, Accessible book, Architecture, Criticism and interpretation, Description and travel, Internet Archive Wishlist, Japanese Art. CHRISTOPHER DRESSER () A TUREEN, COVER AND LADLE, DESIGNED produced by Hukin & Heath, silver plated, with ebony handles and finial tureen: 8 in. ( cm.) high; 12 ¼ in. (30 cm.) wide ladle: 14 ½ in. (37 cm.) long tureen stamped DESIGNED BY DR C. DRESSER, H & H , with registration diamond for 28 July ladle indistinct marks.

    A fantastic electroplate teapot. Designed by Christopher Dresser, made by James Dixon and Sons / c. / "Christopher Dresser () was the most brilliant and prolific industrial designer of his age." -- British Museum86 pins.   Christopher Dresser: A Design Revolution is one of four major monographs about Dresser to have emerged since , in addition to catalogues and essays from national and international exhibitions. 1 This text is a collection of essays to accompany what the book's dust jacket terms ‘Dresser's first comprehensive museum retrospective Author: Paul Denison.

      A third generation modern designer, Christopher Dresser (–) was the successor to the great British reform designer, Owen Jones, who had been the successor to William Morris. Dresser was a prolific designer and much of his work was highly decorative and very ornamental. DR. CHRISTOPHER DRESSER () Dr. Christopher Dresser was born in Glasgow in He trained in design and studied Botany. After his appointment as Professor of Artistic Botany in the Department of Science and Art, South Kensington and soon sold his designs to British manufacturers.


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