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Таинственный и гениальныйнемецкий творец, чьи интересыне ограничивались только живописью или гравюрой. Альбрехт Дюрер был настоящим пророком германского Возрождения. Его кисть создавала портреты императоров и сочувствовала нищим крестьянам. Он создавал пушки и учил ландскнехтов, как правильно разрушать замки и крепости. И в то же время он вырезал на гравировальных досках изумительную серию офортов, проклинавших ужасы войны и всех гибельных для человечества напастей. Альбом с репродукциями великого Дюрера.
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H. Richardson (New York: Simon and Schuster Editions, 1997), and Kenneth A. Breisch, Henry Hobson Richardson and The Small Public Library in America (Cambridge: The MIT Press, 1997). 13 Bragg and Saward, 67. 14 See Jane Kessler, “If I Can: Inﬂuential Women and the Southern Craft Revival,” and Andrew Glasgow, “The Southern Appalachian Craft Revival: A Historical Perspective of the Southern Highland Handicraft Guild Organization,” Southern Arts and Crafts, 1890-1940 (Charlotte: Mint Museum of Art, 1996), 34-41, 78-89.
In 1884, Woodward ﬁrst worked with Ordway, a specialist in industrial chemistry but also an advocate of training in the arts, in a program that was under the Tulane Manual Training School. The ﬁrst year, Woodward taught free drawing classes at the World’s Industrial and Cotton Centennial Exposition being held in New Orleans in 18841885. When that closed, William organized evening and Saturday classes in drawing under Tulane’s auspices as well as for its related high school. The administration was pleased and encouraged the continuation of the free classes: The enthusiastic welcome accorded the subject led the administration to offer free instruction in drawing to all who had ceased to attend school, and for ten years this work was carried on with the help of an assistant professor and corps of instructors, enrolling nearly ﬁve thousand students.
Both institutions were conduits for a related body of ideas that had been stirring up concepts of art and art training in England since mid-century, ideas that shaped what has become identiﬁed as the Arts and Crafts movement. The very creative enterprise, Newcomb Pottery, formally established in 1894-1895, exempliﬁed most aspects of the Arts and Crafts movement. In my study of its program and development, I examined the ideas that helped to shape its formation, the roots of that enterprise, in some detail.