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Craft Catalogues and Books
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Lot of Craft Catalogues and Books

Many out of print

Estimated Fair Market Value: $1,000

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From the Library of Helen Drutt

This selection of catalogues and books are responsive to the contemporary craft field, and have been collated from the library of Helen Drutt. The list of books includes:

William Daley: Selected Works; Soup Tureens: 1976; Sculpture Skulpturen; Contemporary Arts: An Expanding View; Claus Bury; Brooching It Diplomatically; North, East, West, South and Middle; Challenging the Châtelaine!; Crossing Boundaries; Olaf Skoogfors; Claes Oldenburg: More Ray Gun Poems; William Darley; Pennsylvania Quilts; Gis Bakker: About the Holes Project; Symbiotic Realms; Hopi Kachina Dolls; Ceramics; Schmuckarbeiten; Fire Decades; Along the Way; Porcelain; Jill Bonovitz: Recent Work; Ruth Duckworth; Thresholds; Louis Mueller; Martinazzi; Breon O'Casey.

Helen Drutt

Helen W. Drutt English (Helen Drutt) was Founder/Director of her eponymous gallery in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania (1973-2002), which was among the first galleries in the United States to make a commitment to the modern and contemporary craft movement. In 1973, she developed the first syllabus for a college-level course in the history of the field. Drutt has published numerous essays; organized exhibitions, i.e. Poetics of Clay, Brooching It Diplomatically: A Tribute to Madelaine K. Albright, and Challenging the Chatelaine!; and curated American studio jewelry for the Museo del Gioiello, Vicenza, Italy (2016-18). She has built a permanent collection of contemporary crafts for The State Hermitage Museum, St. Petersburg, Russia, and she is currently building a collection for the National Museum of Sweden. The Helen Williams Drutt Collection of international studio jewelry has been exhibited throughout the U.S. and internationally, and in 2002, 800 works entered the permanent collection of the Museum of Fine Arts, Houston. Drutt has received numerous awards and three honorary degrees, from the University of the Arts, Moore College of Art, and Alfred University. She is a trustee of the Archives of American Art, Smithsonian Institution; Fellow of the American Craft Council; and a recipient of the Distinguished Educator's Award 2018, James Renwick Alliance, Smithsonian Institution, Washington, DC.

Donated By Helen Drutt