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    Biografía. El arquitecto, artista industrial y decorador Philip Speakman Webb (1831-1915), natural de Oxford, se formó con el arquitecto John Billing en Reading y trabajó con él de 1849 a 1852. Después Webb volvió a Oxford y colaboró en el despacho de Georg Edmund Street.

  2. Philip Speakman Webb (nacido el 12 de enero de 1831 en Oxford, Inglaterra) a menudo se llama el padre del Movimiento de Artes y Oficios, junto con su amigo William Morris (1834-1896). Famoso por sus casas de campo cómodas y sin pretensiones, Philip Webb también diseñó muebles, papel tapiz, tapices y vidrieras.

  3. 14/01/2022 · Philip Webb (1831 – 1915) was one of the Arts and Crafts Movement's most original designers. Trained as an architect, he became a junior assistant in the offices of George Edmund Street, a leading figure in the Gothic Revival movement – and architect of London's Royal Courts of Justice.

  4. 11/01/2022 · Philip Webb's Paint Box at Red House, Bexleyheath. National Trust / Elly Bagnall. Known to have only two weaknesses, “...good tobacco and Italian Leather Boots...”. Webb was the modest and unassuming member of Morris’s circle of friends. However, he was by no means any less creative, and has been referred to as “The Father of Arts and ...

  5. 23/12/2016 · Philip Webb, Designs for Clouds House, East Knoyle, Wiltshire, for Percy Wyndham MP, 1884. Carved decorative woodwork for the Great Hall. RIBA Collections. Philip Webb’s full scale drawing for the carving of the wooden frieze above the gallery of the hall at Clouds is an exquisite piece of draughtsmanship.

  6. Philip Webb Magpie. In 1859 William Morris commissioned Philip Webb to design his home the `Red House`. Although Webb was a Pre-Raphaelite architect he also designed six bird tiles which can be found in the `Red House`. These designs are decorated underglaze on an engobe before being brought to life by a deep glaze which creates a stunning quality.

  7. La "Red House", en Bexleyheath al sureste de Londres (Inglaterra), fue la primera obra arquitectónica del grupo Arts & Craft. Esta vivienda unifamiliar fue proyectada en 1859 por el arquitecto Philip Webb en colaboración con el poeta y artista William Morris, principal inspirador de este movimiento, y su primer propietario.

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