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The Fine Art Society: 142 Years on New Bond Street

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Ernest Gimson
DRESSER
chestnut
183 by 106 by 45cm., 72 by 41¾ by 17¾in.
1864–1919
Made circa 1904.
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London, Fischer Fine Art, Truth, Beauty and Design, 1986, no.149;
London, The Fine Art Society, The Best Shop in London: Part II, 2001, no.53;
London, The Fine Art Society, British Design, 2017-18, no.57

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Like the previous lot, Arts and Crafts ideals of 'truth to materials' were the fundamental principles of Gimson’s work and are evidenced in the present lot. Described by Sir Nikolaus Pevsner as ‘the greatest of the English artist-craftsman’, Gimson’s high calibre output and fastidious attention to detail provided an inspiration both for contemporaries and successive generations of craftsmen and designers. Original designs for furniture and most probably this dresser, which was made in the Daneway Workshops at Saperton, Gloucestershire, are in the Cheltenham Art Gallery and Museum.

The Fine Art Society: 142 Years on New Bond Street

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