Lewis Foreman Day (1845-1910) Unity in Design and Industry
Woodbridge Antique Collectors Club 2007
300pp illus with b/w and colour plates. Large 4to. Like new. Fine in dust wrapper. An appraisal of a rather neglected figures in late nineteenth-century design. In evaluating Day's parallel career as an industrial designer and a major writer and critic, the book shows his relationship to other influential design figures of the time and explores his relationships with colleagues including William Morris, Walter Crane, W.A.S. Benson etc.