C F A Voysey


The life and work of the renowned Arts and Crafts architect.


Wendy Hitchmough


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Price: USD$39.95

 


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Overview
  • The first definitive survey of the life and work of C F A Voysey (1857-1941), one of the most renowned British Arts and Crafts architects prior to the First World War
  • Combines contemporary sources - photographs, quotations, original wallpaper designs and watercolour perspectives - with specially commissioned photography of his houses
  • Examines Voysey's role as a vital link between the Arts and Crafts movement and Modernism, and as an influential figure in Europe and America
  • Considers Voysey's architecture in detail, with photo portfolios of 14 houses, and many others analysed throughout



In The Press
'The Voysey book that we have been waiting for. A rounded and perceptive portrait. It will remain the definitive biography.' (Architectural Review)


About the author(s)
Wendy Hitchmough is a historian specializing in architecture of the late-nineteenth and twentieth centuries.


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