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Craftsman Coat Rack With Wicker Baskets, 3-WICKER BASKET, DARK OAK
Craftsman Coat Rack With Wicker Baskets, 3-WICKER BASKET, DARK OAK
The Craftsman Coat Rack will help you keep your foyer in order with its hooks for jackets, hats, umbrellas, purses and more. This entryway furniture also features a wide top and stylish wicker baskets that will hold keys and other items. With its look of rustic elegance, this coat rack will enhance any decor. Order today.Beautifully grained oak veneer resists splitting and cracking.Has distinctive Arts and Crafts-style details like flared trim and a rich finish. Actual size is 3-WICKER BASKET

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Itzehoe i/Holst., 25 pf, 1921
Itzehoe i/Holst., 25 pf, 1921
Wenzel Hablik After the study at the Viennese college of arts and crafts and at the Prager academy he resided since 1908 in Itzehoe/Holstein. Beside free painting it created designs and graphics cycles for the topic of a crystalline architecture. These work, which reflected utopian literature among other things from Paul Scheerbart, was the earliest figurative representations of their kind in 20. Century and prepared the expressionistische architecture of the twenties. They are considered and issued until today internationally. Hablik sketched in addition materials and furniture, complete interior arrangements, wallpapers, cutlery, desktop device, decoration, porcelain and industrial design and created drafts for mode and for the expression dance. As its work to "crystal architecture "the expressionistischen interiors also sketched by it implemented and are just as important. Its deduction is in the Wenzel Hablik museum in Itzehoe. Life ·Still during the people school time completed Hablik of 8. to 12. Lebensjahr carpenter teachings in the paternal workshop and took the mastership examination after three-year associating time 1895. After conclusion of the citizen school (1893-96) he became Porzellanmaler in a factory in afterwards draughtsmen in the office of an architect and a geo meter. ·1898-1902 attendance of the technical school for clay/tone industry and used trades in Teplitz (today Teplice/Czech republic). ·1902-05 study of the painting at the Viennese college of arts and crafts with Felician of Myrbach as well as of writing and heraldry with Rudolf of Larisch. Occasionally he was pupil of Carl Otto Czeschka. ·first designs of crystalline architectures originated in to 1902/03. It sketched material samples for the Viennese furniture factory of Hugo Schmidl, which introduced it to a Literatenkreis around Arthur Schnitzler, Jakob water man and Alexander Roda Roda. ·1905-07 study at the Prager academy with Franz Thiele ("Figurale painting "). ·1906 journeys to north Italy, in Switzerland and mounting the Mont Blanc. ·1907 journeys and migrations over Dresden, where it learned Ferdinand Avenarius to know the man of letters and publishers of the magazine "art-waited ", to East Prussia, Danzig and Denmark. With a scholarship "of the Kunstwarts "he spent several months on Sylt, where he itself particularly with sea studies busy. During a travel after Helgoland he became acquainted with the wood dealer Richard Biel from Itzehoe, which invited him to itself and his paternal friend and became. ·1907 became acquainted with Hablik the chief of the Meldorfer museum weaving mill, Elizabeth lime tree man, for whose workshop he sketched since then and materials. ·1908 it established itself finally in Itzehoe. ·1910 three-month journey to Konstantinopel and small Asia. ·Since 1912 close contact to the art critic and Galeristen Herwarth Walden in Berlin, by which it learned the painters Umberto Boccioni and Karl Schmidt Rottluff to know. ·1913 journey to Finland. ·1914 participation with textiles at the German work federation exhibition in Cologne, sketched for Elizabeth lime tree man. ·1915/16 as war draughtsmen in the Karpaten, at the Isonzo front and on Sylt, otherwise however because of a handicap of the right arm war-unfit. ·1916 member of the German work federation. ·1917 married Wenzel Hablik and Elizabeth lime tree man. The Web workshop was continued to lead as hand weaving mill Hablik Lindemann in Itzehoe. In Itzehoe acquired and after Habliks drafts a transformed period of promoterism mansion center of the common artistic work became in the following years. Here also Habliks studio, its extensive crystal, mineral, shell and snail collections, his Edelsteinschleiferei and his metal workshop were accommodated. Expressionisti dance and music evenings made the house the meeting place of numerous artists, to whom also the Lebensreformer Fidus belonged. ·In February 1919 the architect walter Gropius Hablik invited exhibition for unknown architects "of the work advice for art due to his work for many years on utopian architectures to the participation in one "into Berlin, with which Hablik became member. ·In November 1919 the architect Bruno demanded it thaws out to participate with eleven further architects and painters in an exchange of letters over utopian building thought which existed by December 1920 and admits under the name chain "became. ·In May 1920 participation in the exhibition "new building "together with the architects Hans Scharoun, Hans and Wassili Luckhardt, Bruno and max thaws. ·Since 1921 concentrated Hablik stronger on the work art-relating to crafts and were with its drafts for textiles, desktop device, silver cutleries and animal plastics represent at home and abroad twice annually on the exhibitions of the craftsmen in the Grassimuseum during the Leipziger fairs as well as with the most important handicraf
Itzehoe i/Holst., 50 pf, 1921
Itzehoe i/Holst., 50 pf, 1921
Artist: Art by : Wenzel August Hablik (4 August 1881 – 23 March 1934), also known as Wenceslav Hablik and Wilhelm August Hablik, was a painter and graphic artist, architect, designer, and craftsman of the early twentieth century, associated with German Expressionism. "Gro?e bunte utopische Bauten" ("Big colorful utopian constructions"), 1922 Hablik was born in Brux, Bohemia (now the city of Most in the Czech Republic). In later life he recalled that at the age of six, he found a specimen of crystal, and saw in it "magical castles and mountains" that would later appear in his art.[3] More pragmatically, he trained as a master cabinetmaker, in Teplitz, Vienna, and Prague. He settled in Itzehoe in 1907, where he pursued architectural and interior design projects. Hablik produced designs for furniture, textiles, tapestries, jewellery, cutlery, and wallpapers. He married the weaver and fabric designer Lisbeth Lindemann (1879–1960) in 1917; they shared a workshop and studio in Itezhoe. Hablik became best known, however, for his etchings and paintings and his links with major German Expressionist figures and movements, including the Arbeitsrat fur Kunst and the Glass Chain. In 1909 Hablik published his Creative Forces ("Schaffende Krafte"), "a portfolio of twenty etchings portraying a voyage through an imaginary universe of crystalline structures" that "represents the most significant accomplishment of his career."[4] Hablik also published other portfolios of his etchings, The Sea ("Das Meer", 1918) and Architectural Cycle — Utopia ("Cyklus Architektur — Utopie," 1925). Some of Hablik's designs, particularly of lamps and small sculptures, relate to and express the "utopian crystalline" forms of his etchings. "Sylt, Sonnenuntergang, Dunen" ("Sylt, Sunset, Dunes"), 1912 Hablik maintained a strong lifelong interest in crystals and geological forms generally. His visual art is notable for its highly imaginative and fanciful aspects; he created depictions of temples, flying cities, and crystal chasms.[5] A catalogue in the artist's autograph lists some 600 artworks; about 250 oil paintings by Hablik are known at present. He produced portraits, landscapes, nude figures, and pictures showing Symbolist influences. A tour of South America in 1925–26 inspired him to create paintings of cactuses and flowers. Hablik died at Itzehoe in 1934. A Wenzel Hablik Museum was established in the city in 1995. The museum contains much of his art, as well as his collections of crystals and minerals, seashells and snails. Itzehoe: the city Itzehoe (German pronunciation: [?ts??ho?]) is a town in Germany, in the Bundesland of Schleswig-Holstein, the capital of the district of Steinburg. It is located on the Stor, a navigable tributary of the Elbe, 51 km northwest of Hamburg and 24 km north of Gluckstadt. The population is about 34,900. The church of St Lawrence, dating from the 12th century, and the building in which the Holstein estates formerly met, are noteworthy. The town has a convent founded in 1256, many schools, a hospital and other benevolent institutions. Itzehoe is a busy commercial place. Itzehoe is the oldest town in Holstein. Its nucleus was a castle, built in 809 by Egbert, one of Charlemagne's counts, against the Danes. The community which sprang up around it was variously called Esseveldoburg, Eselsfleth and Ezeho. In 1201 the town was destroyed, but it was restored in 1224. The new town was granted the Lubeck rights by Adolphus IV in 1238, and the old town in 1303. During the Thirty Years' War Itzehoe was twice destroyed by the Swedes, in 1644 and 1657, but was rebuilt on each occasion. It passed to Prussia in 1867, with the duchy of Schleswig-Holstein. Itzehoe is listed as a garrison depot (Wehrkreis X, Hamburg) of the former Infanteriedivision 225. which was implicated in the 1940 Vinkt Massacre in Belgium. Itzehoe is also the location of the Wenzel Hablik Museum. During the period up to and including the Wacken Open Air festival, many festival goers chose to depart for the festival from Itzehoe using the 'Metal Shuttle Bus' which departs from the station area. During this time, the town can become very overcrowded and traffic; slow. Germany's lowest elevation is to be found a short distance from Itzehoe, in the Wilstermarsch, which reaches 3.54 m below sea level.

craftsman furniture collection
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New Espresso and Oak Finish Craftsman Hayden Collection End Table
A beautiful wood grain oak and espresso finish end table perfect for your living or family room. They have a quality look and feel that brings to mind the craftsmanship of old. The espresso finish is polished to perfection and shines almost black. They are great for placing reading lamps, nick-knacks, and decorations on. A bit art deco. Also great as a chair side table, nightstand or accent table. This is the kind of furniture that you will hand down generation to generation. A unique piece. Be careful when trying to do your own color matching between products. Actual finish color may vary depending on your computer monitor settings. We are not responsible for color differences between your furniture and ours.

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