Cranbrook Art Museum : 100 treasures / [with an introductory essay by Greg Wittkopp ; section introductions by Joe Houston].
- Cranbrook Art Museum : 100 treasures / [with an introductory essay by Greg Wittkopp ; section introductions by Joe Houston].
- Bloomfield Hills, Mich. : Cranbrook Art Museum, c2004.
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- 263 p. : ill. (chiefly col.); 23 cm.
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- Cranbrook Art Museum: 100 treasures documents the permanent collection of Cranbrook Art Museum and an exhibition presented at Cranbrook Art Museum December 13, 2003, through March 28, 2004. The exhibition launched the year-long centennial celebration of Cranbrook Educational Community, which was conceived when George Gough Booth and Ellen Scripps Booth purchased land in Bloomfield Hills on January 18, 1904 --verso T.P.
- Essays by Dora Apel, Ashley Callahan, Mark A. Coir, Gerry Craig, Ellen M. Dodington, Judy Dyki, Leslie S. Edwards, Fabio J. Fernańdez, Gary S. Griffin, Michael D. Hall, Craig Hoernschemeyer, Irene Hofmann, Joe Houston, Elena Ivanova, Diane Kirkpatrick, Scott Klinker, Gerhardt Knodel, Mary Beth Kreiner, Jane Lackey, Peter Lynch, Diane VanderBeke Mager, Marsha Miro, David D.J. Rau, Mary Riordan, Sarah Schleuning, Roy Slade, Carl Toth, Susan S. Waller, Jeffrey Welch, and Gregory Wittkopp.
- Bibliography (note)
- Includes bibliographical references (p. 261).
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- A life with beauty : the Arts and Crafts Movement, 1904-1940 -- An enchanted place : creating the Cranbrook Community, 1923-1946 -- Reflecting life : struggle and progress between the wars, 1923-1944 -- Designing the modern : Cranbrook at mid-century, 1940-1960 -- Postwar expressions : Abstraction, Minimalism and Pop, 1944-1977 -- Weaving diverse traditions : art, craft and design now, 1979-2003.
- 0966857755 (cloth)
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