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  1. Arthur Heygate Mackmurdo (12 December 1851 – 15 March 1942) was a progressive English architect and designer, who influenced the Arts and Crafts Movement, notably through the Century Guild of Artists, which he set up in partnership with Herbert Horne in 1882.

  2. Arthur Mackmurdo fue un arquitecto y diseñador industrial inglés que influyó notablemente en el movimiento de Arts and Crafts a través del Century Guild of Artists el cual fundó en compañía de Selwyn Image en 1882.

  3. Artist: Arthur Heygate Mackmurdo. Mackmurdo's woodcut is an example of the influence of English design, particularly the Arts and Crafts movement, on Art Nouveau. The woodcut as a genre points to the handcrafted, unique quality of the work and the simplicity of Mackmurdo's use of positive and negative space both contribute to this association.

  4. 1882年にA・H・マクマードゥ(Arthur Heygate Mackmurdo, 1851-1942)によりセンチュリー・ギルド(Century Guild, 1882-1888)がつくられ、その後1884年にW・R・レサビー(William Richard Lethaby, 1857-1931)、ルーイス・F・デイ(Lewis Foreman Day, 1845-1957)らのアート・ワーカーズ・ギルド(The Art-Workers’ Guild)の結成に ...

  5. › wiki › JugendJugend – Wikipedia

    Jugend (saks. Jugend 'nuoruus') eli art nouveau (ransk. art nouveau 'uusi taide') on taiteen tyylisuuntaus, joka vallitsi Euroopassa noin vuosina 1890–1910.Jugend oli vastareaktio kertaustyyleille, ja se kehitti toisaalta omaperäisen ja koristeellisen muotokielen, toisaalta yksinkertaisen rationalismin, joka ennakoi funktionalismia.

  6. Art Nouveau posters and graphic arts flourished and became an important vehicle of the style, thanks to the new technologies of color lithography and color printing, which allowed the creation of and distribution of the style to a vast audience in Europe, the United States and beyond.

  7. 29/01/2015 · One of the earliest was the Century Guild (1882–8), founded by A.H. Mackmurdo, regarded as a pioneer of the Art Nouveau style. While this guild was chiefly concerned with production, its stylish magazine, the Hobby Horse (1886–92), projected an alluring image of the Arts and Crafts lifestyle.