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Rupert Williamson is one of the foremost designer-craftsmen of furniture working today. Here, he surveys his work from 1962 up to date: his early education at High Wycombe and the Royal College of Art and the influences he absorbed. Dividing his work, mostly one-off pieces which he designed and made with the help of only one or two assistants, into the various themes or styles which have emerged, he explains in detail how his work evolves - developing from sketches, models, CAD, or a combination of these and the choice of materials and methods of construction.

Illustrated throughout, a catalogue of his entire work is included, showing its extraordinary range. In all this gives a fascinating insight into the life and work of a furniture designer and maker of rare talent, supporting the view that his work bridges the division between crafts and art as his work moves towards sculptural forms.

Contents: Foreword: Mary La Trobe-Bateman; Beginnings; New chairs from traditional sources; Albrizzi and Prescote; The evolution of armchairs; An organic bookcase and the development of naturalistic designs; Rock cabinets; Computer assisted design; Dining room furniture; Steambending and production work; A pied-à-terre in Edinburgh; A House in Oxford; A home in Marylebone; Experimenting with styles; The designer-maker; Acknowledgements; Complete catalogue 1966-2013; Selected exhibitions; Public commissions.

About the Author: Hugh MacDiarmid was born Christopher Murray Grieve in 1892 in Langholm, in the Scottish Borders. He started out as a journalist, working in Scotland and in Wales before joining the Royal Army Medical Corps on the outbreak of the First World War. MacDiarmid was an ardent believer in socialism, later communism, and he was a founding member of the Scottish National Party in 1928. His increasing literary reputation abroad allowed him to travel abroad in later years, including USSR and China. A Drunk Man Looks at the Thistle was MacDiarmid's third volume of poetry in Scots, published in 1926. His last 27 years were spent with his wife Valda near Biggar. He died in 1978.

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Williamson Rupert
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Buchbeschreibung Duval & Hamilton October 2014, 2014. Hardcover. Buchzustand: New. Rupert Williamson is one of the foremost designer-craftsmen of furniture working today. Here, he surveys his work from 1962 up to date: his early education at High Wycombe and the Royal College of Art and the influences he absorbed. Dividing his work, mostly one-off pieces which he designed and made with the help of only one or two assistants, into the various themes or styles which have emerged, he explains in detail how his work evolves - developing from sketches, models, CAD, or a combination of these; the choice of materials and methods of construction. Buchnummer des Verkäufers 171311

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Buchbeschreibung Duval & Hamilton October 2014, 2014. Hardcover. Buchzustand: New. Rupert Williamson is one of the foremost designer-craftsmen of furniture working today. Here, he surveys his work from 1962 up to date: his early education at High Wycombe and the Royal College of Art and the influences he absorbed. Dividing his work, mostly one-off pieces which he designed and made with the help of only one or two assistants, into the various themes or styles which have emerged, he explains in detail how his work evolves - developing from sketches, models, CAD, or a combination of these; the choice of materials and methods of construction. Buchnummer des Verkäufers 171823

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Jones, Trevor; James, Angela & Hamilton, Colin (editors); Foot, Mirjam (introduction); Jones, Pauline (foreword).
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Buchbeschreibung Foss: Duval & Hamilton, 2015. Hardcover. Buchzustand: New. 160 pages. Hardcover with dustjacket. New book. BOOKS ON BOOKS. This illustrated catalogue of 147 designer bindings by Trevor Jones (1931 - 2012) was largely compiled from the binder's own records. The entries, which cover nearly 50 years of bindings, include photos of each book, author and title information, a description of the binding itself, and comments Jones added in his Binder's Note. Jones was a highly innovative binder, not only in his approach to the binding he was working on and its relationship to the text, but in his use of materials. The descriptions include details of these materials, and a glossary gives definitions of these and other binder's terms. Three articles by Jones, "New Directions, or No Direction? British fine binding design in the second half of the 20th century;" "Confessions of an Unrepentant Designer Bookbinder;" and "Extending the Options: the Use of Spirit Leather Dyes in Bookbinding Design," complete this book. With a foreword by Pauline Jones and an introduction by Mirjam Foot. Trevor Jones trained first at Harrow School of Art and then went on to Hornsey College of Art where he studied bookbinding under Arthur Johnson. He subsequently took up a teaching post at the College of Ripon and York St John. In 1955 he became one of the founding members of the Guild of Contemporary Bookbinders (now Designer Bookbinders). He was markedly influenced by Edgar Mansfield, who enabled him to develop in a manner entirely his own and to become a major figure in the renaissance of fine bookbinding which took place in Britain in the second half of the 20th century. Although a fine draftsman, he chose bookbinding as his form of expression. Reluctant to accept commissions, he followed his own method of making bindings which were allowed to evolve; each binding its own individually and extending, in one way or another, our appreciation of the text. Interested in the structure of the book and in the use of new technologies and unusual materials, he was continually innovating, and even at an early stage, his bindings show a complete personality of their own and express his gentle, determined, penetrating, witty and humane nature and approach. His use of materials, his understanding of the text and his ability to communicate and transform it into another medium has extended the language of bookbinding in an unexpected and refreshing way. 9.5 x 11 inches, hardcover, dust jacket, 160 pages. (Key Words: Books, Book Bindings, Trevor Jones, Angela James, Colin Hamilton, Bookbinding, Mirjam Foot, Pauline Jones). book. Buchnummer des Verkäufers 84943X1

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