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Arts & Crafts and Art Nouveau in England, Europe and America, 1870s-1914    NEW!

The movements recognized with terms such as Arts & Crafts, Aestheticism, Art Nouveau, Secessionism, and Jugendstil were part of an attempt to change the architecture, decorative arts (furniture, pottery ceramics, fabrics, etc.), book design, gardening and lifestyle in the period c.1870 to World War I. Originating in England with the work and writings of John Ruskin and William Morris, it spread to the continent with designers such as Hector Guimard, Otto Wagner and others and across the ocean to America and styles such as the Prairie School and individuals such as Gustav Stickley, Louis Comfort Tiffany and Greene & Greene.

 

  • Arts & Crafts and Art Nouveau in England, Europe and America, 1870s-1914 (ARTS044) NEW!

  • REGISTRATION FOR THIS CLASS IS CLOSED. 
  • Instructor: Richard Wilson

  • Sessions: 7      Dates: 10/20/2020 - 12/15/2020  NO CLASS ON NOVEMBER 10th.

  • Times: 10:00 AM - 11:00 AM

         Day of the week: Tu

  • Fee: $56.00     

  • Maximum Enrollment (we do monitor enrollment and when possible may add seats): 100

  • This course will be delivered in a "Distance Learning" format through Zoom. You will receive additional Zoom details for accessing the course prior to the course start date. 

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