Born at Kingston College, at Hessle, Yorkshire on 28 May 1857, he was the eldest son of Rev. Charles Voysey, a Church of England priest who was deprived of his living in 1871 for his heterodox views. The family moved to London where his father founded the Theistic Church. Voysey was educated by his father, then briefly at Dulwich College .
- RSA Royal Designers for Industry, 1938, RIBA Gold Medal, 1940
- 28 May 1857, Hessle, Yorkshire, England
Charles Francis Annesley Voysey C. F. A. Voysey por John Henry Frederick Bacon Charles Francis Annesley Voysey ( 1857 - 1941 ), fue un arquitecto y diseñador de mobiliario inglés, miembro del movimiento Arts & Crafts, fue uno de los primeros artistas que entendió y apreció el significado del diseño industrial.
24/05/2022 · Charles Francis Annesley Voysey, (born May 28, 1857, Hessle, Yorkshire, England—died February 12, 1941, Winchester, Hampshire), British architect and designer whose work was influential in Europe between 1890 and 1910 and was a source of Art Nouveau inspiration. Voysey was the son of Charles Voysey, founder of the Theistic Church.
Después de adquirir experiencia en los estudios londinenses de J. P. Seddon y George Devey respectivamente, en 1882 Charles Francis Annesley Voysey (1857-1941) fundó su propia oficina. Aunque estaba muy influido por el movimiento Arts and Crafts, siguió un estilo propio menos orientado al pasado y más funcional que ornamental.
- January 1, 1970
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Charles Francis Annesley Voysey 28 May 1857 – 12 February 1941 Voysey was one of the founders of the English Arts & Crafts Movement. His delightful patterns reflect the simplicity of the natural world, using the flowing stylized forms of animals, birds and flowers.
13/09/2020 · Charles Francis Annesley Voysey was born at Hessle, near Hull in-Yorkshire, the son of a schoolmaster who become Vicar of Healaugh; who was tried as a heretic for denying the doctrine of everlasting hell and deprived of his living. Voysey was educated by his father, who was a most important influence on his life, then briefly at Dulwich College ...