Send the link below via email or IMCopy
Present to your audienceStart remote presentation
- Invited audience members will follow you as you navigate and present
- People invited to a presentation do not need a Prezi account
- This link expires 10 minutes after you close the presentation
- A maximum of 30 users can follow your presentation
- Learn more about this feature in our knowledge base article
Transcript of Gustav Stickley
The end ...
CREATED BY: REEM BAGAIS
The Gustav Stickley No. 369 or Morris chair, 1901
* Twelve-story New York showroom was opened
* The company sold its products through mail-order catalogs .
Gustav Stickley died in 1942
2352 Route 10 West,Morris Plains NJ
Was born on March 9, 1858
Osceola, Wisconsin USA
* Expanded the company to form United Crafts
* His business grew but the company restructured and renamed " Craftsman Workshops"
* The company widely Known as
- Well crafted
- Simple oak furniture
- solidly constructed
Moved to Pennsylvania and work in his uncle's factory in the production of caned seats chairs
This was his first formal training in the furniture industry
Established Stickley Brother Company in Binghampton, NY. This early business mainly produced reproduction furniture
Education : 6th grade
worked with his father to support the family
The oldest of
* interested in Morris & Ruskin ideas
* Visited Europe and inspire by The British Art & Craft Movement
* Establish his own furniture business
"Gustav Stickley Company"
"The Craftsman Magazine"
Because of the over ambitious expansion the company bankrupted
Sideboard No. 814, c. 1905
Collection of Dallas Museum of Art
Stickley, Chandelier, c.1905
The only home Gustav Stickley designed and built for his own use
Many of the historic furnishings have been restored to their original locations during the Stickley era.
A quote from Stickley's magazine (November 1911):
"There are elements of intrinsic beauty in the simplification of a house built on the log cabin idea. First, there is the bare beauty of the logs themselves with their long lines and firm curves. Then there is the open charm felt of the structural features which are not hidden under plaster and ornament, but are clearly revealed, a charm felt in Japanese architecture....The quiet rhythmic monotone of the wall of logs fills one with the rustic peace of a secluded nook in the woods."
(12 years old)
Trained with his father
as a stonemason
The house interior
- Made of solid oak wood
- The focal point of the chair is its arm
- The joinery of the chair's pieces are obvious
- Made of Oak and copper
- Rectangular top with open plate rack over
three center drawers flanked by two cabinets over one long drawer, ring stains on top surface.
The lighting in Arts & Crafts Movements :
- free of excessive ornamentation.
-Hammered copper and other metals - coupled with a simple, clean votive or shade.
- Stained glass lampshades