The Arts and Crafts Movement in the Cotswolds
An examination of the workshops, design and techniques of the Cotswolds craftsmen and artists: Gimson and the Barnsleys; Phyllis Barron; Gordon Russell, and the Guild of Handicraft, looking at the influence of the Arts and Crafts Movement on local architecture, and the 'simple life' as it was lived in the Cotswolds. First published in 1993.
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