Art-Workers' Guild

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EVE, George William (1855 - 1914), Member of the Art Workers’ Guild

Founder members of the Art-Workers' Guild (act. 1884-1899)

BURRIDGE, Frederick Vango (1869 - 1945), member of the Art Workers’ Guild, London

MORRIS, James Archibald (1857 - 1942), Member of Royal Commission on Historical Monuments (Scotland); Art Workers’ Guild

LOUDAN, Mouat (1868 - 1925), Member National Portrait Society and Art Workers’ Guild, etc

ELLWOOD, George Montague (1875 - 1955), decorative artist and writer; Art Workers Guild and Society of Graphic Art

HOLDING, Edgar Thomas (1870 - 1952), Member of Art Workers’ Guild and Society of Sussex Painter; Landscape painter in water colours and oils

MARGETSON, William Henry (1861 - 1940), Member of the Royal Institute of Oil Painters, and of the Art Workers’ Guild

EMANUEL, Frank Lewis (1865 - 1948), Acting President, Society of Graphic Art; late Instructor of Etching, Central School of Arts and Crafts; Member, Art-Workers’ Guild, and Society of Marine Artists; President, British League for the Rescue of Art

REA, Cecil W. (died 1935), sometime Member of Society of Oil-Painters; Sociétaire de Société International de Peintre et de Sculpture, Paris; Art Workers’ Guild; Society of 25 English Painters

WALKER, Emery (1851 - 1933), Trustee, Wallace Collection, since 1924; Sandars Reader in Bibliography, Cambridge, 1924; Past Master of the Art Workers’ Guild (Master, 1904); process engraver and printer

HERRICK, Frederick Charles (1887 - 1970), painter and designer (NRD); engaged on experimental research into the relationship between impression and design; Fellow, British Institute of Industrial Art; Member, Art Workers’ Guild and Fellow, Society of Industrial Artists


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Founded in 1884 as a forum for discussion for architects, craftsmen, and designers, it promoted Arts-and-Crafts ideals, and still continues at the beginning of C21. Its Masters have included Lutyens, Morris, Sedding, and Gradidge.

Stansky (1996)

Subjects: Industrial and Commercial Art — Architecture.

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