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Title Head, heart, and hand : Elbert Hubbard and the Roycrofters / [edited by Marie Via and Marjorie Searl].

Published Rochester, N.Y. : University of Rochester Press, 1994.

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 UniM Bail  745.0974796 HEAD    AVAILABLE
Physical description viii, 165 pages : illustrations (some colour) ; 29 cm
Notes Catalog of sn exhibition at the Memorial Art Gallery, Rochester, Oct. 30, 1994-Jan. 8, 1995; Akron Art Museum, Jan. 28-Mar. 26, 1995; Allentown Art Museum, Apr. 23-June 25, 1995; Frederick R. Weismann Museum of Art, July 28-Sept. 24, 1995; Virginia Museum of Fine Art, Nov. 13, 1995-Jan. 7, 1996; New York State Museum, Feb. 3-Mar. 31, 1996.
Bibliography Includes bibliographical references (page 161).
Contents Quinan: Elbert Hubbard's Roycroft -- Jennings: A Little Journey to the Roycroft Shops -- Vilain: The Roycroft Press: Books, Magazines and Ephemera -- Brandt: "Made to Last a Century": The Work of the Roycroft Furniture Shop -- Rust/Turgeon/Searl: Alchemy in East Aurora: A History of the Roycroft Copper Shop -- Hamilton: The Roycroft Modeled Leather Department: Its Evolution and History -- Turner: "Like a Portrait by Rembrandt": Design Ideals in Roycroft Leather -- Buckley: Industry with Art: The Painters, Graphic Artists, Sculptors, and Photographers Affiliated with the Roycroft -- Via: "An Ideal Place for Tired Humanity": Snippets from the Guest Books of the Roycroft Inn -- Austin: Product Price Structure at the Roycroft and the Creation of Consumer Culture -- Searl: Epilogue... -- Mottos of the Fra.
Summary Head, Heart and Hand is published to accompany the exhibition of the same name, the first major assemblage of objects produced at the Roycroft community in upstate New York under the leadership of the charismatic Elbert Hubbard. A consummate entrepreneur, Hubbard successfully married capitalism with basic tenets of the Arts and Crafts ideology. Although clearly influenced by the work of European designers, the Roycrofters sought to personify the best aspects of American character in their work, which is strong, spare, and often surprisingly refined.
Other author Hubbard, Elbert, 1856-1915.
Via, Marie, 1952-
Searl, Marjorie B., 1947-
University of Rochester. Memorial Art Gallery.
Subject Hubbard, Elbert, 1856-1915 -- Exhibitions.
Roycroft Shop -- Exhibitions.
Arts and crafts movement -- New York (State) -- East Aurora -- Exhibitions.
ISBN 1878822438 (acid-free paper)
1878822446 (paperback: acid-free paper)