E. W. Godwin. Aesthetic Movement architect and designer.
New Haven & London, Yale University Press for the Bard Graduate Center for Studies in the Decorative Arts 1999.
Large 4to. 431 + (1)pp, many photo ills (mostly colour). Publisher’s cloth, in dustwrapper. Gavin Stamp’s copy, with his booklabel.
Thirteen essays by specialist scholars on aspects of the career of Edward William Godwin (1833-1886), brilliant architect and designer, friend of the painter James McNeill Whistler (for whom he designed the remarkable White House, in Tite Street, Chelsea), lover of Ellen Terry and father by her of Edward Gordon Craig. Indispensable reading for those interested in Godwin and his contemporaries.