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  • Arthur Heygate Mackmurdo (12 December 1851 – 15 March 1942) was a progressive English architect and designer, who influenced the Arts and Crafts Movement
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  • H. Mackmurdo, was published in 1932. Title Page to The Century Guild Hobby Horse (1884) Poems and Carols (1894) Poems (1932), edited by Arthur Heygate
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  • were most active between 1883 and 1888. It was founded in 1882 by Arthur Heygate Mackmurdo, and was influenced by the likes of William Morris, John Ruskin
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  • work prefigured the Art Nouveau. The Guild was founded in 1882 by Arthur Heygate Mackmurdo with the aim of preserving the artistic trade and the authenticity
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  • Hansteen Peter Hardy James Heywood John Hilton John Hogg Gilbert Wakefield Mackmurdo Samuel Roffey Maitland Macedonio Melloni Henry Moseley H Alexander Ormsby
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  • Crane William R. Lethaby Charles Rennie Mackintosh (1868–1929) Arthur Heygate Mackmurdo William Morris (1834–1896) Charles Voysey Philip Webb Note - This
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  • movement to a new generation led the English architect and designer Arthur H. Mackmurdo to organize the Century Guild for craftsmen in 1882, championing
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  • circular caps on the tops of corner supports (a motif borrowed from Arthur Heygate Mackmurdo) and by long strap-hinges made of unpolished bronze. Voysey was
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  • Sanderson, Walter Crane, C.R.Ashbee, Philip Webb, Charles Faulkner and A.H.Mackmurdo. In the early 1880s Morris was spending more of his time on socialist
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  • flourished from the 1880s to the 1920s. Among those represented are Arthur Heygate Mackmurdo and the Century Guild, William De Morgan, May Morris, Ernest Gimson
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  • included Augusto Giacometti and Paul Berthon. Cover design by Arthur Mackmurdo for a book on Christopher Wren (1883) Willow Tearooms by Charles
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  • some artistic training, probably from his father, and later from Arthur Heygate Mackmurdo and in the workshops of William Morris, but he was largely an autodidact
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  • pioneer (ODNB) Arthur William a Beckett (1844–1909), humorist and journalist, editor of 'Punch' magazine (ODNB) Arthur Heygate Mackmurdo (1851–1942), Gothic
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  • property at 25 Cadogan Gardens, Sloane Square, designed for him by A. H. Mackmurdo in 1888 and decorated it in the Japanese style. Whistler and Menpes quarrelled
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  • Edward Cock 1848–1849 Francis Henry Ramsbotham 1847–1848 Gilbert Wakefield Mackmurdo 1845–1847 Richard Bright 1843–1845 James Luke 1841–1843 William Cooke
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  • Crescent), a red-brick house built to his own design in 1862. Arthur Heygate Mackmurdo was his pupil Brooks attracted attention early in his career
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  • the guest of honour being one of her wartime skippers, Eustace 'Mac' Mackmurdo, aged 93. A Winston Churchill impressionist was also present, who gave
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  • 19/03/1987 9 July 1935 - 8 February 2015 Psychologist Gilbert Wakefield Mackmurdo 30/05/1839 c. 1788 – 26 August 1869 Sir Herbert Mackworth, 1st Baronet
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