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General

  • Introduction: What was Victorian taste, really?
  • The Architect and the Decorative Arts
  • Industrial Design, Taste, and Victorian locomotives
  • Styles and Movements

  • Victorian Clutter and Victorian Style
  • The Changing Color Schemes of Victorian Homes
  • Art Nouveau

  • Sitemap
  • The Arts and Crafts Movement

  • Introduction
  • Sitemap
  • Timeline
  • William Morris & Company (formerly Morris, Marshall, Faulkner & Co.)
  • The Egyptian Style

  • Egypt, Eygyptologists, and Victorian Egyptomania
  • The Glasgow Style

  • Sitemap
  • Japonisme and Japonaiserie

  • Sitemap
  • Introduction
  • Liberty & Co.

  • Arthur Lasenby Liberty and the Evolution of the Liberty Style
  • The Evolution of the Liberty Style: Opposition to Eroticism and the Human Form
  • Materials characteristic of the style
  • Mechanical Reproduction and Liberty's Cymric Line
  • The Medieval Revival

  • Victorian Gothic: An Introduction
  • Victorian Design and the Medieval Revival
  • Antiquarians, the Medieval Revival, and Pre-Raphaelitism
  • Moorish, Islamic, and Indian Styles

  • Sitemap
  • The Great Exhibition and Moorish Architecture and Design in Great Britain
  • Individual Designers

  • Robert Anning Bell
  • C. R. Ashbee
  • W.J. and G.A. Audsley
  • Mackay Hugh Baillie Scott
  • William Arthur Smith Benson
  • Charles Bevan
  • William Burges
  • E. W. Godwin
  • William De Morgan
  • Christopher Dresser
  • Ernest Gimson
  • Thomas Jeckyll
  • Owen Jones
  • Jesse M. King
  • Archibald Knox
  • Margaret and Frances MacDonald
  • Charles Rennie Mackintosh
  • Arthur Heygote Mackmurdo
  • J. Herbert MacNair
  • William Morris
  • Augustus Welby Pugin
  • W. Reynolds-Stephens
  • George Edmund Street
  • Godfrey Sykes
  • E. A. Taylor
  • Charles F. A. Voysey
  • Philip Speakman Webb
  • Furniture

  • Sitemap
  • Gallery
  • Furniture that gave Victorian style a bad name
  • One Reaction: Gothic Furntiture
  • Another Reaction: Art Furniture: Work by Architect-Designers -- Cabinets
  • Art Furniture -- Sofas and Chairs
  • Art Furniture -- Tables
  • The Invention of the Spring: English Furniture Becomes Plusher
  • Bibliography
  • Ceramics

  • Sitemap
  • Introduction
  • Tiles
  • Gallery
  • William De Morgan
  • The Cult of Japan
  • The Martin Brothers
  • Minton & Co.
  • Doulton Art Pottery
  • Christopher Dresser
  • Bibliography
  • Jewelry

  • Sitemap
  • Galleries
  • L'Art Nouveau
  • Arts and Crafts Style
  • Medieval Revival
  • Celtic Revival
  • Castellani and the Classical Revival
  • Bibliography
  • Metalwork

  • Sitemap
  • Gallery
  • A Gallery of Orthodox Taste
  • Arts and Crafts Style
  • The Irish Celtic Revival and the Liberty Style
  • Art Nouveau and Jugendstil
  • Christopher Dresser's Designs
  • Bibliography
  • Mosaics

  • Sitemap
  • Textiles

  • Sitemap
  • Introduction
  • Wallpaper

  • Sitemap
  • Introduction
  • Stained Glass

  • Sitemap
  • Book Design

  • Custom and Trade Binding (Sitemap)
  • Printing and the Revival of Book Desigtn
  • Landscape Architecture and Garden Design

  • Gertrude Jekyll
  • Victorian Parks, Cemeteries, and other Green Spaces
  • Bibliography

  • General
  • Indian and Moorish Style: Selected Bibliography
  • Related Web Resources

  • Discussion Questions about Victorian Design
  • Mark Golding's commercial Arts and Crafts Movement site
  • Charlieroe.com, Reproductions of Arts & Crafts, Gothic, and other Victorian furniture and dec arts as well as designs inspired by them.
  • P. Neil Ralley's Stained Glass site, including his excellent list of online museums of this art form

  • Victorian Web Homepage Visual Arts                             1title1

    Last modified 12 November 2013