Christopher Dresser: A Design Revolution
Originally published to accompany the first complete retrospective of Christopher Dresser's work at the V&A in 2004, this extensively illustrated survey affirms Christopher Dresser's status as the first, and most innovative professional product designer.
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National Design Museum 6 David A Taylor
Dressers Education and Writings
Textiles Dresser in Context 187
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