The Arts and Crafts Movement in Surrey. A cottage by Sir Edwin Lutyens at Munstead.

William De Morgan tile. Click to visit the Demorgan centre.

Web directories for further reading

Open Directory Project listing for Architectural history
Open Directory Project listing for Famous Architects
Open Directory Project listing for Art history
Yahoo Directory for Arts and Crafts Movement

Research links

Wikipedia's entry on Arts and Crafts
Dr. Christopher Witcombe's Art History Resources
Arts and Crafts Home, particularly their Research page. Consider, also, signing up to the Arts and Crafts Home newsletter for details of many varied events.

General links

These links are external to this site and are provided for users' interest, no endorsement is implied by the Society.

The Art Workers Guild
Abbotswood - Information and history of the Abbotswood Estate in Guildford, Surrey
Brantwood - Ruskin's house
The official website of the Gertrude Jekyll estate.
Gertrude Jekyll's plans held in the Reef Point collection at the University of California, Berkeley
The Society of Architectural Historians of Great Britain
Surrey Architects aim to bring the architectural community together in Surrey to appreciate, be inspired and learn from the cultural heritage around us.

Museums and galleries

Cheltenham Museum and Art Gallery's Arts and Crafts collection
Court Barn, Chipping Campden
Haslemere Educational Museum, 78 High Street, Haslemere, Surrey GU27 2LA
The Artist's Studio Museum Network - a network and website to showcase European museums based in artists’ former homes and studios
The De Morgan Centre for the study of 19th century art and society. Open 1pm – 5pm Tuesday to Friday, and 10am – 5pm on Saturday
V&A museum
Watts Gallery – re-open after a major two year refurbishment
Godalming museum has a feature on Gertrude Jekyll and Sir Edwin Lutyens. The Museum holds Miss Jekyll's original plant notebooks, copies of her collection of garden drawings and correspondence with garden owners. They also have the Jane Balfour Collection of digitised slides of Jekyll gardens c1995-2004 which ACMS funded.
William Morris Gallery

General societies

The Victorian Society
The Twentieth Century Society
The William Morris Society


The Lutyens Trust
Charles Rennie Mackintosh Society
The CFA Voysey Society

Commercial sites

Hill House Antiques & Decorative Arts are London based dealers (and ACMS member) specialising in original antiques & artefacts of the British Arts & Crafts Movement, including items covering the Gothic Revival period, Aesthetic Movement, Art Nouveau, Cotswold School and Modernism, ranging from approx 1850 to 1960. In addition to other services, they also offer a searching service to source specific items for you.
ACMS member Chris Vickers' website is at Arts and Crafts Design
The UK's premiere specialist craftsman-designer of Arts & Crafts furniture & metalwork. Original designs & replicas made to the original drawings & designs of CFA Voysey, Ernest Gimson & Sidney Barnsley etc. Items made include replica Voysey clocks & chairs & Gimson candle sconces.
Based in Dorking, Surrey, Acanthus Antiques specialise in objects from the art movements of the 19th and 20th centuries and have a wide range of pieces ranging from small vases to large furniture. Owners Mr and Mrs Keith Mitchell brought examples of Newlyn and other metalware to display to members at the spring lecture on Newlyn metalware.
ACMS member Fiona Rose’s website is at Arts & Crafts Living.
Presenting home interiors and gifts in the style of the British and American Arts & Crafts era (c. 1860-1930) and featuring items for the home in designs by William Morris, CFA Voysey, Talwin Morris, Charles Rennie Mackintosh, Frank Lloyd Wright and Dard Hunter. The site also sells antiques and handmade products inspired by the Arts & Crafts Movement.

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