Wharton Esherick (1887-1970) in a photograph by Emil C. Luks, c. 1940. Wharton Esherick Museum.
Restored wrought-iron gates by Samuel Yellin as recently installed on the third floor of the Old Yale Art Gallery building in the Yale University Art Gallery, New Haven, Connecticut. Photograph by Christopher Gardner.
Dining set by Esherick, 1928. Walnut with ebony trim; height (of table) 28 ½, length 62, width 41 ½ inches. The five-sided table was made for the dining room of the Esherick family farmhouse. Courtesy of the Wharton EsherickMuseum, photograph by Elizabeth Field.
Esherick’s Spiral stair of 1930 was removed from the house twice for exhibition: in 1939 at the New York World’s Fair, and again in 1958 for a retrospective at the Museum of ContemporaryCrafts. Wharton Esherick Museum; photograph by James Mario.
Screen by Powell and Paul R. Evans (1931-1987), c. 1955. Walnut, metal, silver and gold leaf; height 95 ¼, overall width 43 ½ inches. Courtesy of Todd Merrill Antiques.
Sofa by Phillip Lloyd Powell (1919-2008), c. 1960s. Walnut and travertine; height 30 ½, length 12 feet, 5 inches, depth 27 inches. Courtesy of Todd Merrill Antiques, New York.
Evans and Powell outside their showroom in NewHope, Pennsylvania, in a photograph of c. 1960. Courtesy of Dorsey Reading.
Faceted credenza by Evans for Directional, 1970s. Maple burl, brass, enameled fiberglass; height 32, width 82, depth 24 inches. Courtesy of SJAE Alexandre Collection, Los Angeles.
Rudolf Staffel (1911-2002) receiving the American Craft Council Fellows Award in 1978. Photograph by Jim Estrin, courtesy of the American Craft Council.
Vase by Staffel, 1973. Porcelain washed with copper salts; height 8 ⅞, diameter 5 ⅝ inches. Philadelphia Museum of Art, gift of Dr. and Mrs. Perry Ottenberg.
(above left) Detail of Battle of Carnival and Lent by Judith Schaechter, 2012. Stained glass, 55 by 56 inches overall. Courtesy of the artist and Claire Oliver Gallery, New York.
(above right)Judith Schaechter (1961-), 2012. Courtesy of the artist and Claire Oliver Gallery, New York.
Doug Bucci (1971-) in the classroom as a visiting artist at Ferris State University, Grand Rapids, Michigan, 2012. Photograph by Phil Renato.
Islet/White neckpiece by Bucci, 2012. Selective laser sintering (glass-filled nylon) and silver; length 20 inches. Philadelphia Museum of Art, purchased with funds contributed by the Young Friends of the Philadelphia Museum of Art.
Olaf Skoogfors (1930-1975) in his Mt. Airy studio, early 1970’s. Courtesy of Judy Skoogfors-Prip.
Candelabrum by Skoogfors, 1957. Silver; heigh 5 7/8, width 8 1/2 inches. Philadelphia Museum of Art, gift of Judy Skoogfors.
Oval Chamber by Daley, 1986. Slab-constructed and oxidation-fired stoneware; height 40 ⅜, width 23 ⅜, depth 20 ½ inches. Smithsonian American Art Museum, Washington, D. C., gift of the James Renwick Alliance and museum purchase through the Smithsonian Institution Collections Acquisition Program.