Christopher Cardozo is widely acknowledged as the world’s leading authority on Edward S. Curtis. He is the author of nine monographs on Edward Curtis and has created and curated one-person Edward Curtis exhibitions that have been seen in nearly one hundred venues in over forty countries.
Having collected Edward Curtis’ artwork for four decades, Cardozo has created the world's largest and most broad-ranging Curtis collection. No one has done more to increase the awareness, understanding, and appreciation for Curtis’ work than Christopher Cardozo, except Edward Curtis himself.
Cardozo Fine Art reinvented the lost Goldtone process from the ground up, marrying the best of modern technology using Curtis’ exquisite negatives. Goal: to consistently produce stunning Goldtones(TM) as good as the top half percent of Edward Curtis’ vintage Goldtones. We spent over three years and one third of a million dollars on research and development. Each framed and printed image is individually hand-created, together encompassing over 70 different steps.
Please contact him regarding both original Edward Curtis photogravures and new renditions of his work.
Craftsmen Hardware Company is your source for the finest hand-crafted copper, Arts & Crafts style hardware available. Each piece of our hardware is carefully hand cut, hand hammered, and hand finished with a rich brown patina. Please contact us with your hardware needs.
For almost 30 years I have researched, bought and sold the sterling-on-bronze items manufactured by the Heintz Art Metal Shop, (Buffalo, NY, 1906-30). This most unique metalwork of the period has steadily grown in acceptance and popularity. I maintain a large inventory of vases, bowls, desk items, tobaccoiana, and table lamps. A representative selection my be viewed on my website, www.heintzcollector.com. Additionally, I am an annual exhibitor at the Grove Park Inn Arts and Crafts Conference and Show, and am available by appointment in Brooklyn, NY. I am nationally recognized and look forward to help build your collection.
From the historical archives at the University of Denver, Paul Unks of Mountain Hawk Fine Art presents a limited edition of hand-pulled Intaglio Photogravures and Gold Tones made from the original mint-conditioned photographs of renowned 19th century photographer, Edward Curtis. Paul Unks is the only master printer today keeping Curtis old craft alive by making Copper Plate Photogravures and Gold Tones just like Curtis did, in custom sizes and frames.
They also offer very affordable high quality archival pigmented ink prints and sepia photographs of all their images. Their museum quality conservation framing package includes: prints mounted using acid free boards and mattes, hung with Mylar corners, behind ultra-clear UV protected glass.
If you could step back in time, what would you admire most? A delicate chandelier? A fanciful fireplace fender? A solid wrought-iron lamp post? At Vintage Lighting By Victorian Revival, we want you to feel as though you've stepped into history. Our antique and lighting shop in Toronto has an extensive collection of vintage fixtures, curios, decorations and more.
Gustav Stickley's 30-acre country estate, Craftsman Farms, is a National Historic Landmark open for tours year-round. Visitors can experience the only home Stickley ever designed and built for his own use. Workshops, classes, programs, and more.
The Arts and Crafts Society of Central New York is a non-profit organization dedicated to the study of the Arts and Crafts Movement through a schedule of lectures, symposia, tours and other educational programs.
The Bungalow Society of Central PA is dedicated to preserving Bungalow and vintage homes and exploring the benefits of the Arts & Crafts Movement as they might be applied to contemporary times.
Founded in New York in 1971 as an affiliate of the UK William Morris Society, the William Morris Society in the United States strives to publicize the life and work of William Morris and his associates.
Located in Ann Arbor, Michigan, Motawi Tileworks (The Tileworks) makes handcrafted tile as art pieces and for residential and commercial installations. Owner and Artistic Director Nawal Motawi began creating historically inspired tile in her garage and selling it at the local farmers market. Demand for her work grew, and in 1992 Motawi formed The Tileworks, which came to specialize in Art Nouveau, Arts and Crafts and Midcentury Modern aesthetics. In addition to its own unique designs, The Tileworks is also licensed to produce art tile based on the work of Frank Lloyd Wright and Charley Harper. Motawi art tiles are now sold in more than 300 locations in the U.S. and Canada, and Motawi tile installations grace homes and public spaces worldwide.
Visit Frank Lloyd Wright's work of a lifetime. Tours of his home, studio and estate available May - October. The Taliesin Bookstore & Gift Shop and Riverview Terrace Cafe are also located within the Visitor Center to enhance your experience.
We are committed to preserving bungalows and other Arts and Crafts style homes of the era along with the neighborhoods they occupy; to learning their history; and to exploring the furnishings and decorative objects that filled them.
Your gateway to Frank Lloyd Wright in Chicago, Oak Park. Tours at five sites: Wright's Home and Studio, Unity Temple, Robie House, Bach House, and The Rookery and our Wright Plus Housewalk the Third Saturday in May.
Are you interested in St. Louis architecture from 1900 to 1940? St. Louis has a rich stock of Arts and Crafts architecture that is often overlooked. Please join us if you are interested in becoming a member!
The Kansas City Bungalow Club is an advocacy, educational, & social organization dedicated to promoting the restoration & preservation of KC's early residential architecture, with an emphasis on the Arts & Crafts style.
CACS is a non-profit volunteer organization dedicated to the preservation and study of the Arts & Crafts Movement in CO. We promote this rich cultural heritage through annual events such as our Winter Symposium & Spring Show, Sale and Workshops.
Julie Leidel has been painting for more than 25 years, but it was only when she discovered the Arts & Crafts Movement (1880-1920) that she truly found her artistic voice. The Arts & Crafts style has been a muse on her shoulder for over a decade, and her love story with this period-style artwork started with a home renovation in 2005. She fell in love with the architecture, furniture, pottery, and lighting that, when brought together, make a house a home.
Julie graduated from Colorado State University in 1997 with a BA degree in Graphic Design and worked as a graphic designer, photographer, and user interface designer for many years. Her life-long dream came to fruition as she transitioned to working full-time as an artist in 2013. Julie exhibits her artwork at 15-20 fine art festivals and shows annually. In 2016, Julie was accepted as a Roycroft Renaissance Artisan, where she carries on the century-old traditions and values set forth by Elbert Hubbard and The Roycrofters from East Aurora, NY.
Julie was chosen as the featured artist of the year for 2016 in American Bungalow Magazine, and has been featured in Arts & Crafts Homes and the Revival, Western Art & Architecture, and Cottages & Bungalows magazines. Julie was the featured artist in the Colorado Tourism guide for 2017, and was an award-winner in the national Sunset Artist magazine in 2018. She's a member of the Evergreen Artists Association, Foothills Art Center, an active board member for the Colorado Arts & Crafts Society, and she exhibits her work nationally.
Her artwork is about color, line, and shape. She strives to creatively translate nature, architecture, and beauty into artwork for the Craftsman home. She also enjoys ceramics, photography, playing guitar and harp, as well as hiking in the Colorado high country and climbing those fabulous 14,000 ft. peaks. She spends most of her time in the art studio, and with her loving husband and two children in Evergreen, Colorado.
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Built in 1904 for two Riordan families, Riordan Mansion is an impressive reminder of gracious living in a small, territorial logging town. This expansive, historic home has forty rooms, over 13,000 square-feet of living area, and servants' quarters.
One of California's finest examples of the Arts & Crafts movement, the Marston House was built for George Marston & wife, Anna. Marston is noted for his work in historic preservation & conservation. Explore the 8,500 sq foot home and 5-acre estate.
The Charles Rennie Mackintosh Society is an independent, non-profit making charity, established in 1973 to promote and encourage awareness of the Scottish architect and designer, Charles Rennie Mackintosh.
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