Tag Archives: Arts & Crafts

Arts and Crafts Revisited

If any of you are on Pinterest, there is a lovely page on the Arts & Crafts style. This style (dating from about 1890 to 1914, surviving to some extent in the 1920’s and in some examples of Art Deco) … Continue reading

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Human achievements and God

I have seen a few posts about, especially my friend Patrick who has been writing on the limits of human technology and engineering, especially the flying machine and the aeroplane. He reflected many of my own thoughts from my Amiens … Continue reading

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The Myth of Genius

This is a subject that has haunted me over the last few months. Many of us look at the music of great composers like Bach, Mozart or Beethoven and the scores of books written by the likes of Charles Dickens … Continue reading

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Arts & Crafts and our Churches

The Arts & Crafts movement of the late nineteenth century is one of my recurring themes. Here is what I have already written related to this subject. In its time, it mainly concerned the homes of the well-to-do, those who … Continue reading

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Arts and Crafts: an influence in Anglican aesthetics

I haven’t much time these days to write the kind of articles I really would like to write. However, I have ideas of one on the pot boiler about Anglican Papalism, which I will try to describe in a constructively … Continue reading

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