Talk:Arthur Heygate Mackmurdo
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As the last reviewer said- you should create sections for this article. I also noticed that the latest edit drastically changed the design of the page- you added a lot of content but be sure not to forget to incorporate everything into the wiki! For example, my article, The Hobby Horse is directly related to yours, and I linked to your page. Just look at the previous edit to see how this is done- to be honest I'm not sure why you changed what was there. Also, the bold introduction paragraph is confusing and unnecessary- maybe that could function as your stub? Also consider adding information under the image in the info box.
EDIT: I took the liberty of getting you started by fixing a few grammar mistakes in the beginning. I also added what was there previously as a stub, because it's a general summary and seemed to be the most useful thing on the page for a general reader. You may undo these changes if you wish but I don't recommend doing so. MYoung1030 (talk) 11:32, 24 November 2011 (UTC)
You have good content and a lot of information. However, you might want to break down the information into sections (i.e. Biography, His Work,Accomplishments, etc.) instead of having everything in one column. If this were sectioned properly, it would be a good page- not saying it’s not- and it’ll make it a lot easier for readers to search for information that they might want to find out about. Nonetheless, good job and keep working! Jckulas (talk) 01:47, 17 November 2011 (UTC)
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Summary 250 words
Arthur Heygate Mackmurdo was a designer and an architect that helped set up Sewlyn image in 1882. Arthur Heygate Mackmurdo also influenced the Arts and Crafts movement. He was a British architect that was born on Dec.12, 1851 in Edmonton, Middlesex. Arthur did his studying Ruskin School of Drawing and Fine Art in Oxford. Arthur Heygate Mackmurdo is also known for being the interior design consultant to the 1905 renovations at the Savoy Hotel. He wanted to study to become an architect under James Brooks. James Brooks was designer of Anglican churches. Arthur Heygate Mackmurdo was a vigorous architect in setting up the Society for the Protection of Ancient Buildings in 1877. After Mackmurdo did this set up, it leads to meeting William Morris, who was famous for the Arts and Crafts Movement. Mackmurdo also found the Century Guild, which was workshops that included furniture, metalwork, wallpaper, enameling, and textiles. His interest in economics and finance led to his first pamphlet The Immorality of Lending for Payment of Interest. The designers of the project were himself and Herbert P Horne. When he was finished with that project he moved on to create a new one called the National Association for Advancement of Art and its Application to Industry. Also involved with this project was Walter Crane, who was the first president of Arts and Crafts Exhibition Society. Arthur Heygate Mackmurdo moved himself in between art and architect.
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