Edward William Godwin

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English Designer/Architect who began career working in Ruskinian Gothic style of mid-Victorian Britain and then moved on to provide designs in the "Anglo-Japanese" taste of the Aesthetic Movement and Whistler's circle in the 1870s. His furniture was mostly executed with an ebonised finish as can be seen in a black cabinet designed for Collinson and Lock which is now at the Museum of Modern Art in New York.His designs could also be found at Liberty and Co in the 1870s and 80s.

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EDWARD WILLIAM GODWIN (1833-1886)
Arts & Crafts Ebonised table. Godwin style.
An Arts & Crafts / Aesthetic movement ebonised side table in the style of Edward William Godwin. The squared top with an under shelf stands on slen...
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Hall-Bakker Decorative Arts
EDWARD WILLIAM GODWIN (1833-1886)
Arts & Crafts Ebonised table. Godwin style. Aesthetic Movement.
Late nineteenth century Aesthetic movement, Arts & Crafts ebonised side table in the style of Edward William Godwin. Squared top on turned legs wi...
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Hall-Bakker Decorative Arts
EDWARD WILLIAM GODWIN (1833-1886)
Pair Mahogany Framed Tub Chairs
In the Anglo-Japanese Aesthetic style in the manner of E.W.Godwin and popularised after the 1862 International Exhibition when the oriental style r...
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Duncan J. Baggott
EDWARD WILLIAM GODWIN (1833-1886)
Set of 4 Chairs Attributed to E W Godwin
Circa 1860, unusual set of 4 chairs attributed to the designer E W Godwin. At the top are two finials which are spheres with Gothic fretwork, above...
£2250
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