The Original Moorcroft Artists and Designers including William & Walter Moorcroft
Other Moorcroft Studio artists include Philip Gibson, Rachel Bishop, Emma Bossons, Nicola Slaney and Sian Leeper.
Today, the Moorcroft artists and Studio designers are young and the Moorcroft workforce has an average age of less than 27.
There are degrees and master's degrees scattered among them, but a degree is not the only true mark of success.
Only at the end of a long road, when the Moorcr...
Rene Lalique Artist and Designer. Life and career.
The life of Rene Lalique and his artistic career covered the three most significant movements in the field of decorative arts - Arts and Crafts, Art Nouveau and Art Deco.
Who was the famous glassmaker Rene Lalique?
Rene Lalique was born Rene Jules Lalique in Ay, France on April 6, 1860. His mother quickly recognised her son's artistic talent. At the age of sixteenth, she steered ...
Art nouveau glass artist Emile Galle. His life and work.
Emile Galle was a French glass maker, a ceramist and designer. He was and still is the dominant figure in French cameo glass
Galle was perhaps, the most innovative designer working in glass during the art nouveau period.
Born in Nancy, France, in 1846, he is still considered one of the most outstanding glass artists of his time.
He greatly contributed to the development of the art of glassmaking and to the Art Nouveau Style. He was ...
Charles Noke was Royal Doultons premier designer and modeller.
Here we examine why and Charles Noke's life, his work, the Doulton relationship and his history.
In 1899 the Doulton studio recruited a young designer by the name of Charles Noke.
He is now regarded as the brainchild behind Royal Doulton seriesware, a range of products were standard blank pottery shapes (everything from plates to jugs, bowls to vases and teapots) could be decorated with a consistent theme.
Initially, Charles ...
Art Nouveau Artists from Rene Lalique to Louis Comfort Tiffany, Anton Gaudi and Archibald Knox.
A selection of the great many art nouveau artists and designers that embraced the art nouveau style.
There were many gifted artists and designers in the art nouveau period. It brought forward artists and designers with a feel for the natural organic lines that appeal to many of us.
Many whose work is now highly valued and sought after by art nouveau collectors and fans of the style.
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