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The Persistence of Craft By Edited by Paul Greenhalgh

The Persistence of Craft
by Edited by Paul Greenhalgh

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Studio craft, in effect, started with the Arts and Crafts Movement, and developed throughout the 20th century. This work looks at studio arts from woodworking, ceramics and glass to jewellery, metalworking and textiles, and discusses the factors that have shaped their development.
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The Persistence of Craft by Edited by Paul Greenhalgh

Studio Craft, in effect, started with the Arts and Crafts Movement, and developed throughout the 20th century. This work looks at studio arts from woodworking, ceramics and glass to jewellery, metalworking and textiles, and discusses the factors that have shaped their development. These range from philosophical considerations such as ethnicity, tradition and Post-Modernism to practicalities such as the development of new techniques and equipment.

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About Edited by Paul Greenhalgh


Paul Greenhalgh is currently the president of the Nova Scotia School of Art and Design. He was previously Head of Research at the V&A in London. There he curated and wrote the accompanying book to the highly successful Art Nouveau exhibition. He has written a number of other books and he is a frequent contributor to a wide variety of journals.

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GOR005552013
The Persistence of Craft by Edited by Paul Greenhalgh
Edited by Paul Greenhalgh
Used - Very Good
Hardback
Bloomsbury Publishing PLC
2002-11-29
224
071365001X
9780713650013
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