A is for Ashbee – An Arts and Crafts Alphabet – Peyton Skipwith


A is for Ashbee is both a serious critique of the Arts & Crafts Movement and the philosophy behind it and a light-hearted, pictorial survey in twenty-six double-page spreads, using Alec Miller’s carved alphabet, depicting objects, buildings, sculptures, etc. which might be considered to come within its ethos.

Product Description

Publisher: The Guild of Handicraft Trust
23 x 15 cms
96 pages

Author Details

Peyton Skipwith
Peyton Skipwith is a fine art consultant and author. Since his retirement as deputy managing director of The Fine Art Society he has written a number of books, mostly in collaboration with the graphic designer Brian Webb.

Delivery Information

Royal Mail. Delivery Second class between 3 – 5 working days