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reference book on GUSTAV STICKLEY furniture signed by DAVID CATHERS {1}
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reference book on GUSTAV STICKLEY furniture signed by DAVID CATHERS {1}
reference book on GUSTAV STICKLEY furniture signed by DAVID CATHERS {2}
reference book on GUSTAV STICKLEY furniture signed by DAVID CATHERS {3}
reference book on GUSTAV STICKLEY furniture signed by DAVID CATHERS {4}
reference book on GUSTAV STICKLEY furniture signed by DAVID CATHERS {5}
reference book on GUSTAV STICKLEY furniture signed by DAVID CATHERS {6}
reference book on GUSTAV STICKLEY furniture signed by DAVID CATHERS {7}
reference book on GUSTAV STICKLEY furniture signed by DAVID CATHERS {8}
reference book on GUSTAV STICKLEY furniture signed by DAVID CATHERS {9}

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Gustav Stickley 
by David Cathers 
New York : Phaidon, 2003 
SIGNED BY THE AUTHOR  Cloth hardcover, 11-3/4" tall, [240] pages, many illustrations  near fine condition in a near fine dustjacket in a new Brodart mylar dustjacket protector that I put on the dustjacket myself  Contents:Stirrings of ambition, 1858-1898; arts & crafts beginnings, 1898-1901; the pursuit of harmonious design, 1902-1903; "A Man of Unusual Gifts" - Harvey Ellis, 1903-1904; the pivotal year, 1904; standard Stickley furniture, 1904-1916; metalwork and textiles, 1902-1916; Stickley in New York City, 1905-1916; craftsman farms, 1908-1917; late furniture, bankruptcy, and afterward, 1914-1942. Appendices: Stickley's creative collaborators; the Stickley fall-front desk, 1900-1905.
from wikipedia:  Gustav Stickley (March 9, 1858 – April 21, 1942) was an American furniture manufacturer, design leader, publisher, and a leading voice in the American Arts and Crafts movement. Stickley's design philosophy was a major influence on American Craftsman architecture.  In recent decades, Stickley and his work have become popularly recognized once again. It is particularly his early furniture, produced between 1900 and 1904, that is often seen as appealing to collectors. In 1988, Barbra Streisand paid
363,000 for a Stickley sideboard from the Gustav Stickley House in Syracuse; A major touring exhibition organized by the Dallas Museum of Art, Gustav Stickley and the American Arts & Crafts Movement, opened at the Newark Museum on September 15, 2010. The exhibition then opened at the Dallas Museum of Art on February 18, 2011, and remained on view until May 8, 2011, before opening at the San Diego Museum of Art on June 18, 2011, subsequently closing on September 11, 2011.[10] Gustav's brothers Leopold Stickley (Lee), Albert Stickley, Charles Stickley and John George Stickley also produced Arts and Crafts furniture. Although no longer held by the Stickley family, the successor firm to the L. & J.G. Stickley Company continues to operate in Manlius, New York, producing a variety of styles, including many original Gustav Stickley Arts and Crafts designs. The Company operates a museum, located in the original L & J. G. factory building. It features the work of the Stickley brothers and is located near its current factory site
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