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B. BOWLEND, | | | | DRAUGHTSMAN AND DESIGNER, | | | | 160 FULTON STREET, |

B. BOWLEND, | | | | Draughtsman & Designer | | | |

B. BOWLEND, | | | | Draughtsman & Designer | | | |

B. BOWLEND, | | | | Draughtsman & Designer | | | |

"I seem to be pretty much up against it," he said, "no doubt just as the designer of the cabinet would wish me to be.

About seventy of the artists connected with the illustrated press of this city and Boston have contributed drawings for the benefit of the family of the late WILLIAM NEWMAN, formerly one of the designers of the London Punch, and who for the last ten years held a prominent position among the graphic artists of this city.

A shaft from an English crossbow, however, happened to bring one of those feathered messengers to the ground, and the stratagem was discovered, the design of the Saracens revealed, and so turned against the designers, that Acre was in the hands of the Christians before the wily Saladin dreamt of such a thing.

Johnson (Works, viii. 409) thus writes of Shenstone and the Leasowes:'He began to point his prospects, to diversify his surface, to entangle his walks, and to wind his waters; which he did with such judgment and such fancy as made his little domain the envy of the great and the admiration of the skilful; a place to be visited by travellers and copied by designers.

Little saucy-faced designers!

One or two of the amateur designers having a finger in the architectural pie had serious notions as to the importance of air space.

This was rather a small assemblage for a place which will hold between 500 and 600 persons; but it might be gratifying to the shades of its chemistry-loving, cubic-feet-of-air-admiring designers, for they would at any rate have the lively satisfaction of knowing that none of the famous 32 would suffer through want of breathing space.

It forms one of the churches erected mainly through the exertions of the late Rev. R. Carus Wilson; and like its brethren is built in the Norman style of architecture, the designer being Mr. John Latham.

He aims to show that the beauty of such buildings as St. Mark's Cathedral and the Doges' Palace is due to the virtue and patriotism of the people, the nobility of the designers, and the joy of the individual workmen, whose chisels made the very stones of Venice tell beautiful stories.

In particular, his mounting of the guns in the "Monitor" was quite original, and the friction arrangement for absorbing the recoil was a great improvement over methods then in use, and served as a model for many copies and adaptations of the same principles in later years by other designers.

She wandered down toward the river, listening pensively to the sweet piping notes of Noel Sanderson's whistle, coming from somewhere along the shore; then she turned and walked toward Mateka, planning to put in some time working on the design for her paddle before Craft Hour began and the place became filled to overflowing with other designers, all wanting the design books and the rulers and compasses at once.

His name was Gillot, and in civil life he had been an industrial designer.

Verona is a very handsome city, for here also Palladio was the designer or builder of many edifices.

He was the Mozart of boat designers.

Tool-makers and software designers are increasingly aware of the notion of "affordances" in design.

Some designers have done excellent work with no thought of psychological problems.

The intricacy of mechanism has reached such a state that new designers are almost overwhelmed with the mere thought of trying to comprehend the existing machines.

It should not follow the lines thought out by other designers.

Such things remain there just because later designers have followed blindly.

All designers follow more or less.

Machine designers who have done original work will tell us that it is easier to do good work by striking out on new lines than it is to follow the work of others, or even to tinker over some of their own inventions of other years.

There is also a school for potters, and the Americans are sending to the School of Art at Bombay sixty boys to be designers, draughtsmen, illustrators and qualified in other of the industrial arts.

But in the industrial arts they excel, and this institute is maintained under government patronage for the purpose of training the eyes and the hands of designers and artisans.

We are able to understand what Michelangelo meant when he remarked that all subsequent designers, by departing from it, had gone wrong.

Do you suppose the innocent designer of baths meant everybody to sit like that, with a tap looking over each shoulder?

The following notes were furnished me by Commodore Stevens and his brother, who were the designers and builders of this extraordinary yacht, and I therefore can vouch for their accuracy.

But the designers had planned well, the steel-workers had done their full duty, and the American bridgemen had seen to it that every rivet was properly headed and every bolt screwed tightand

The name of the designer at present remains a secret.

We have an excellent rule, followed by all successful designers of machinery, which is, to make provision for the extreme case, for the most severe test to which, under normal conditions, and so far as practicable under abnormal conditions also, the machinery can be subjected.

His house was soon crowded with poets, sculptors, painters, and designers, who wantoned in unexperienced plenty, and employed their powers in celebration of their patron.

For the first time in the history of Goa's English-language media, we had newspaper designers working on what the paper would look like.

And, taking art in its special function, that of the decorator, there can hardly be a dispute as to his rank amongst the greatest of romantic designers of the centuries following that of Giotto.

what a complication of difficulties has been encountered by female printers, engravers, and designers!

By T.R. SPENCE.A paper recently read before the Architectural Association, London, containing valuable suggestions for designers of buildings.

These illustrations are interesting from an historical point of view, as indicating the line of thought which early designers of air-compressing machinery followed.

The early designers, as shown in the "Dubois-Francois" illustrations, Figs. 3 and 4, regarded clearance loss as a very serious matter.

The Dance was made the ornament of books of devotion, and the subject of ornamental initial-letters; groups from it were engraved repeatedly by those fantastic designers and exquisite workmen known as the Little Masters of Germany; a single group was assumed as a device, or trademark, by more than one printer; and it was sung in popular ballads.

Even the result of this second competition was not definite, but as the designers were guided by the programme, the results obtained were much more satisfactory.

In that famous establishment he received the thorough preliminary training which France has so long and wisely provided for those who are to become the designers of her war-ships.

But the name and reputation of their designer will live as long as the history of naval construction is studied.

Ingenious mechanisms for designers and inventors.

Ingenious mechanisms for designers and inventors.

by Philip Hofer; designer of binding: Leroy Appelton.

SEE HERB, CHARLES O. Ingenious mechanisms for designers and inventors.

JONES, FRANKLIN D., ed. Ingenious mechanisms for designers and inventors.

Minutes of the Conference on Industrial Design, a New Profession, held by the Museum of Modern Art for the Society of Industrial Designers, November 11 to 14, 1946.

Editor: Bryan Holme, issued by Society of Industrial Designers.

Ingenious mechanisms for designers and inventors.

Ingenious mechanisms for designers and inventors.

SEE HERB, CHARLES O. Ingenious mechanisms for designers and inventors.

JONES, FRANKLIN D., ed. Ingenious mechanisms for designers and inventors.

Minutes of the Conference on Industrial Design, a New Profession, held by the Museum of Modern Art for the Society of Industrial Designers, November 11 to 14, 1946.

Editor: Bryan Holme, issued by Society of Industrial Designers.

What did the designer of this group of statuary really intend to represent?

To the Editor of the Nineteenth Century and After I owe permission to make use of my article on "The Taj and its Designers," published in that Review, June, 1903.

What were the thoughts of the designers, and of Shah Jahan himself, when they resolved to raise a monument of eternal love to the Crown of the PalaceTaj Mahal?

The whole conception, and every line and detail of it, express the intention of the designers.

It is elaborately ornamented with bold but rather disjointed inlaid patterns, which seem to show that the designers were unaccustomed to this method of decoration.

This question is discussed at length in an article by the author, entitled "The Taj and its Designers," published in the June number of the Nineteenth Century and After, 1903.

I still think the world has lost a wonderful artist by your not entering the lists of designers and dressmakers.

Within a twelvemonth two hundred and seventy-five women have been thus distinguished, twenty-eight of them being painters and designers.

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Perhaps the simplest way of understanding the changes which occurred, first in Italy, and subsequently in other countries, is to divide the chapter on this period into a series of short notes arranged in the order in which Italian influence would seem to have affected the designers and craftsmen of several European nations.

After the period of the purer forms of the first Renaissance, the best time for carved woodwork and decorative furniture in the Netherlands was probably the seventeenth century, when the Flemish designers and craftsmen had ceased to copy the Italian patterns, and had established the style we recognise as "Flemish Renaissance.

The taste for importing old Dutch furniture, also lacquer cabinets from Japan, not only gave relief to the appearance of a well furnished apartment of this time, but also brought new ideas to our designers and workmen.

Dr. Birdwood, in his work on Indian Art, points out that, about a hundred years ago, Indian designs were affected by the immigration of Persian designers and workmen.

About this timethat is, towards the end of the seventeenth centurythe resources of designers and makers of decorative furniture were reinforced by the introduction of glass in larger plates than had been possible previously.

Drawings and reproductions from frescoes, found in these old Italian cities, were in the possession of the draughtsmen and designers of the time; and an instance in point of their adaptation is to be seen in the small boudoir of the Marquise de Serilly, one of the maids of honour to Marie Antoinette.

For reasons already stated, an exception is made in the case of our own country; and the following chapter will be devoted to the furniture of some of the English designers and makers of the latter half of the eighteenth century.

Unfortunately, there is no certain record as to the designer and maker of this beautiful chair, and it is to be regretted that the date (1865), the year when the Hall was redecorated, should have been placed in prominent gold letters on this interesting relic of a past century.

The names of two designers and makers of mahogany ornamental furniture, which deserve to be remembered equally with Chippendale, are those of W. Ince and J. Mayhew, who were partners in business in Broad Street, Golden Square, and contemporary with him.

Another good designer and maker of much excellent furniture of this time was "Shearer," who has been unnoticed by nearly all writers on the subject.

Injury to the enamelling by wear and tear was most likely the cause of their being stripped of their rubbed and partly obliterated decorations, and they were then stained and polished, presenting an appearance which is scarcely just to the designer and manufacturer.

In Mr. J.H. Pollen's larger work on furniture and woodwork, which includes a catalogue of the different examples in the South Kensington Museum, there is a list of the various artists and craftsmen who have been identified with the production of artistic furniture either as designers or manufacturers, and the writer has found this of considerable service.

In 1808 a designer and maker of furniture, George Smith by name, who held the appointment of "Upholder extraordinary to H.R.H. the Prince of Wales," and carried on business at "Princess" Street, Cavendish Square, produced a book of designs, 158 in number, published by "Wm.

" Mr. Augustus Welby Pugin was a well-known designer of the Gothic style of furniture of this time.

" Towards the close of the period embraced by the limits of this chapter, the eminent firm of Jackson and Graham were making headway, a French designer named Prignot being of considerable assistance in establishing their reputation for taste; and in the Exhibition which was soon to take place, this firm took a very prominent position.

The first time a special building was devoted to exhibition of manufactures was at Birmingham in 1849; and from the illustrated review of this in the Art Journal one can see there was a desire on the part of our designers and manufacturers to strike out in new directions and make progress.

Indeed, Mr. Rogers was a very notable designer and carver of this time; he had introduced his famous boxwood carvings about seven years previously.

But though here and there in England good designers came to the front, as a general rule the art of design in furniture and decorative woodwork was at a very low ebb about this time.

In Paris the house of Fourdinois was making a name which, in subsequent exhibitions, we shall see took a leading place amongst the designers and manufacturers of decorative furniture.

In mere construction and excellence of work we have ever been able to hold our own, and, so long as our designers have kept to beaten tracks, the effect is satisfactory.

The literature of the day also contributed many useful works of instruction and reference for the designer of furniture and woodwork.

Each article is labelled with the name of the designer and maker.

NOTE.The Names of several Designers and Makers, omitted from the Index, will be found in the List in the Appendix, with references.

The late Mr. Adam Black, senior partner in the publishing firm of A. and C. Black, and Lord Macaulay's colleague in Parliament, when quite a young man, assisted Sheraton in the production of this book; at that time the famous designer of furniture was in poor circumstances.

" Owen Jones' "Grammar of Ornament," a work much used by designers, was published in 1856.

Though Dr. Johnson speaks so contemptuously of Shenstone's rural pursuits, he could not help acknowledging that when the poet began "to point his prospects, to diversify his surface, to entangle his walks and to wind his waters," he did all this with such judgment and fancy as "made his little domain the envy of the great and the admiration of the skilful; a place to be visited by travellers, and copied by designers.

The grounds were laid out by the well-known garden-designers, London and Wise.[034] Queen Caroline, who formed the Serpentine River by connecting several detached pieces of water into one, and set the example of a picturesque deviation from the straight line,[035] added from Hyde Park no less than three hundred acres which were laid out by Bridgeman.

Tests on large timbers are considered necessary to furnish designers data on the probable strength of the different sizes and grades of timber on the market; their coefficients of elasticity under bending (since the stiffness rather than the strength often determines the size of a beam); and the manner of failure, whether in bending fibre stress or horizontal shear.

Fourth choice went to the artisansskilled designers, builders, fabricators.

FILDES, S. LUKE, artist, born in Lancashire; made his mark first as a designer of woodcuts; contributed to various magazines and illustrated books, notably Dickens's "Edwin Drood"; his most noted pictures are "Applicants for a Casual Ward," "The Widower," and "The Doctor"; he was made an R.A. in 1887; b. 1844.

ICTINUS, great Greek architect of the 5th century B.C., a contemporary of Pericles, designer of temples at Bussรฆ and Eleusis, and joint-designer with Callicrates of the world's one perfect building, the Parthenon, at Athens (437 B.C.).

ICTINUS, great Greek architect of the 5th century B.C., a contemporary of Pericles, designer of temples at Bussรฆ and Eleusis, and joint-designer with Callicrates of the world's one perfect building, the Parthenon, at Athens (437 B.C.).

STOTHARD, THOMAS, artistic designer and book illustrator, as well as painter, born in London, son of an innkeeper; illustrated, among other works, "Pilgrim's Progress," and along with Turner, Rogers' "Italy" (1755-1834).

One hand menaced France, whose outline the designer had managed to give rudely in the figure of a Zouave in a fierce attitude; and the other was thrust toward Russia, a huge colossus with Calmuck dress, and features.