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Head, Heart and Hand: Elbert Hubbard and the Roycrofters

Via, Marie

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ISBN 10: 1878822470 / ISBN 13: 9781878822475
Published by Univ of Rochester Pr, 1995
Condition: Fine Hardcover
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Signed. First Edition. Beautiful tribute to the Roycrofters, including information/photos about their furniture & decorations. In true Hubbard fashion, this is the limited edition, #10 out of 250 copies, with half-leather binding stamped with Roycroft mark & rose, and cloth slipcase; and of course signed by Elbert Hubbard III. May the American Arts & Crafts movement live on! Fine copy. Bookseller Inventory # mon0000114034

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Title: Head, Heart and Hand: Elbert Hubbard and the...

Publisher: Univ of Rochester Pr

Publication Date: 1995

Binding: Hardcover

Book Condition:Fine

Signed: Signed by Author(s)

Edition: 1st Edition

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This catalogue is published to accompany the University of Rochester Memorial Art Gallery's exhibition of the same name, the first major assembly of objects produced at the Roycroft community in upstate New York, under the leadership of Elbert Hubbard. A consummate entrepreneur who made a fortune from selling soap, Hubbard successfully married capitalism with the basic tenets of Arts and Crafts ideology. His enterprise was financially stable and provided a platform for broadcasting his position on big business, women's rights, holistic healing and environmental issues, at the same time offering manual training and employment for hundreds of unskilled country people. Although clearly influenced by the work of European designers, (a visit to William Morris's Kelmscott Press in 1894 had been an early and important influence), the Roycrofters sought to personify the best aspects of the American character in their work, which is strong, spare and refined. A sociological overview and the history of the Roycroft shops is examined in essays on the books, furniture, metalwork and leathercraft that they produced. Other topics include the artists attracted to the community's creative environment, contemporary first-person impressions garnered from entries in the guest registers of the Roycroft Inn, and Hubbard's role in the creation of America's consumer culture through his trademark brand of advertising and promotion. Most of the 200 works in the exhibition are illustrated in colour; and photographs of personalities and places that figure in the Roycroft's history bring the community to life.

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Contributors: Jack Quinan, Rixford Jennings, Frederick R. Brandt, Jean-François Vilain, Robert Rust, Kitty Turgeon-Rust, Charles F. Hamilton, Tran Turner, Laurene Buckley, Bruce A. Austin, Marjorie Searl, Marie Via.

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