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The Bestial Floor
The Bestial Floor
The Bestial Floor

“The Bestial Floor” was designed and printed by Victor Hammer Fellow Sarah Bryant, with the assistance of students Alex Schloop ’12 and Abagail Williams ’11 at the Wells College Book Arts Center in an edition of seventy-five copies. The boxes were handmade in the Wells College Bindery.


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A Rediscovery: Harvey Ellis, Architect
A Rediscovery: Harvey Ellis, Architect
A Rediscovery: Harvey Ellis, Architect
A Rediscovery: Harvey Ellis, Architect
A Rediscovery: Harvey Ellis, Architect

Published in 1972, this catalogue accompanied the landmark joint exhibition of the Arts and Crafts Movement's best-known designer, Harvey Ellis. Presented by Memorial Art Gallery (MAG) and the Strong Museum, this scarce 1991 reprint is the exact duplicate of the out-of-print 1972 original.


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Inspiration & Context: Drawings of Albert Paley
Inspiration & Context: Drawings of Albert Paley
Inspiration & Context: Drawings of Albert Paley
Inspiration & Context: Drawings of Albert Paley
Inspiration & Context: Drawings of Albert Paley

Catalogue from the traveling exhibition Inspiration & Context: The Drawings of Albert Paley, Memorial Art Gallery of the University of Rochester, Rochester, New York. The exhibition appeared in the city of Orlando, Florida, The Hunter Museum of Art, Chattanooga, Tennessee, The Delaware Art Museum, Newark, Delaware, The Burchfield-Penney Art Center, Buffalo, New York, and St. Bonaventure University, Olean, New York.

Part of the Memorial Art Gallery selection of titles.

 


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Paley Castle Wildenhain
Paley Castle Wildenhain
Paley Castle Wildenhain
Paley Castle Wildenhain
Edited By Margaret Bond

These three School for American Craftsmen are among the best known and widely respected 20th-century artists working in metal (Albert Paley), wood (Wendell Castle) and ceramics (Frans Wildenhain). The artwork documented in this catalogue accompanied the 1979 exhibition at Rochester's Memorial Art Gallery (MAG). It includes an essay written by Bruce Chambers. Limited supply.

Part of the Memorial Art Gallery selection of titles.

 


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Shaker Arts and Crafts
Shaker Arts and Crafts
Shaker Arts and Crafts
Shaker Arts and Crafts

The plain and simple life along with the philosophy espoused by the Shakers is a widespread ethos today. An essay by Barbara Franco introduces their furniture, baskets and textiles as documented in this historically significant catalogue that accompanied the 1970-71 exhibition held at Memorial Art Gallery, the Everson Museum and the Munson-Williams-Proctor Institute. Limited supply.

Part of the Memorial Art Gallery selection of titles.

 


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Greeting Cards: Greek Ornament
Greeting Cards: Greek Ornament
Greeting Cards: Greek Ornament
Greeting Cards: Greek Ornament

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Ornaments from Greek and Etruscan vases found in the British Museum and the Louvre.

Owen Jones, The Grammar of Ornament, London, 1868.
Held in Melbert B. Cary, Jr. Graphic Arts Collection.

 

Cards printed in color on front, blank inside. 8 cards, 2 each of 4 designs with envelopes.

 


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Wildenhain
Wildenhain
Wildenhain
Wildenhain

Trained at the Bauhaus, Frans Wildenhain was an innovative ceramics artist and Craft professor at the School for American Craftsmen from 1950-1970. A historically significant catalogue, with a scholarly essay by Elaine Levin, accompanied the 1984 exhibition at Memorial Art Gallery in Rochester, New York. Limited supply.

Part of the Memorial Art Gallery selection of titles.

 


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Albert Paley Sculpture
Edited By Donald Kuspit

The monumental site-specific metal assemblages Albert Paley has created over the past three decades place him not only in the forefront of contemporary sculpture but also in the vanguard among artists working in the new, genre-defying area that has been called "Archisculpture." 


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