Christopher Dresser Art Photos

Christopher Dresser (1834-1904) a Scottish-born designer of decorative arts in Aesthetic, Arts and Crafts, & Art Nouveau styles. Dresser's industrial products influenced the designs of other artists in these movements. His designs were produced in metal, ceramics, glass & furniture.

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Cast iron hall stand by Christopher Dresser & made by Coalbrookdale Co. of Ironbridge, England at Art Institute of Chicago. Chicago, IL.Cabinet by Christopher Dresser of Britain at Carnegie Museum of Art. Pittsburgh, PA.Cast iron & oak chair by Christopher Dresser for Coalbrookdale of Shropshire at Kelvingrove Art Gallery. Glasgow, Scotland.Egyptian Revival chair by Christopher Dresser made by Chubb & Sons or Thomas Knight of England at National Museum of Scotland. Edinburgh, Scotland.
Cast iron hall stand (c1870) by Christopher Dresser & made by Coalbrookdale Co. of Ironbridge, England at Art Institute of Chicago. Chicago, IL.Cabinet (c1870) by Christopher Dresser of Britain at Carnegie Museum of Art. Pittsburgh, PA.Cast iron & oak chair (c1870) by Christopher Dresser for Coalbrookdale of Shropshire at Kelvingrove Art Gallery. Glasgow, Scotland.Egyptian Revival chair (c1880) by Christopher Dresser made by Chubb & Sons or Thomas Knight of England at National Museum of Scotland. Edinburgh, Scotland.
Copper coffeepot attrib. to Christopher Dresser or John Moyr Smith of Britain at Carnegie Museum of Art. Pittsburgh, PA.Silver teapot by Christopher Dresser for Brian Asquith of Derbyshire, England at Pinakothek der Moderne. Munich, Germany.Electroplate teapot with ebonized handle by Christopher Dresser made by James Dixon & Sons of Sheffield, England at National Museum of Scotland. Edinburgh, Scotland.Silver teapot by Christopher Dresser of James Dixon & Sons, England at Detroit Institute of Arts. Detroit, MI.
Copper coffeepot (c1875) attrib. to Christopher Dresser or John Moyr Smith of Britain at Carnegie Museum of Art. Pittsburgh, PA.Silver teapot (c1879) by Christopher Dresser for Brian Asquith of Derbyshire, England at Pinakothek der Moderne. Munich, Germany.Electroplate teapot with ebonized handle (c1879) by Christopher Dresser made by James Dixon & Sons of Sheffield, England at National Museum of Scotland. Edinburgh, Scotland.Silver teapot (1880) by Christopher Dresser of James Dixon & Sons, England at Detroit Institute of Arts. Detroit, MI.
English glass Arts & Crafts decanter & four glasses by Christopher Dresser at Corning Museum of Glass. Corning, NY.Electroplate & ebony tureen by Christopher Dresser made by JW Hukin & JT Heath of Birmingham, England at National Museum of Scotland. Edinburgh, Scotland.Electroplated brass chamber candlestick by Christopher Dresser & made by Hukin & Heath of Birmingham, England at Carnegie Museum of Art. Pittsburgh, PA.Silver plated toast rack by Christopher Dresser of Hukin & Heath of London, England at Dallas Museum of Art. Dallas, TX.
English glass Arts & Crafts decanter & four glasses (1881) by Christopher Dresser at Corning Museum of Glass. Corning, NY.Electroplate & ebony tureen (c1880s) by Christopher Dresser made by JW Hukin & JT Heath of Birmingham, England at National Museum of Scotland. Edinburgh, Scotland.Electroplated brass chamber candlestick (c1882) by Christopher Dresser & made by Hukin & Heath of Birmingham, England at Carnegie Museum of Art. Pittsburgh, PA.Silver plated toast rack (c1881) by Christopher Dresser of Hukin & Heath of London, England at Dallas Museum of Art. Dallas, TX.
Electroplate letter or toast rack by Christopher Dresser made by JW Hukin & JT Heath of Birmingham, England at National Museum of Scotland. Edinburgh, Scotland.Candlestick by Christopher Dresser made by Richard Perry, Son & Co. of Wolverhampton, England at National Museum of Scotland. Edinburgh, Scotland.Copper kettle by Christopher Dresser for Benham & Froud of London at Kelvingrove Art Gallery. Glasgow, Scotland.Silver milk jug by Christopher Dresser for Elkington & Co. of Birmingham & London at Kelvingrove Art Gallery. Glasgow, Scotland.
Electroplate letter or toast rack (c1880s) by Christopher Dresser made by JW Hukin & JT Heath of Birmingham, England at National Museum of Scotland. Edinburgh, Scotland.Candlestick (1883) by Christopher Dresser made by Richard Perry, Son & Co. of Wolverhampton, England at National Museum of Scotland. Edinburgh, Scotland.Copper kettle (c1880-5) by Christopher Dresser for Benham & Froud of London at Kelvingrove Art Gallery. Glasgow, Scotland.Silver milk jug (1885) by Christopher Dresser for Elkington & Co. of Birmingham & London at Kelvingrove Art Gallery. Glasgow, Scotland.
Porcelain vases by Christopher Dresser made by Minton & Co. of Stoke-on-Trent, England at National Museum of Scotland. Edinburgh, Scotland.Porcelain tea cup & plate by Christopher Dresser made by Minton & Co. of Stoke-on-Trent, England at National Museum of Scotland. Edinburgh, Scotland.Earthenware vase by Christopher Dresser made by Linthorpe Pottery of Middlesborough, England at National Museum of Scotland. Edinburgh, Scotland.Clutha glass carafe by Christopher Dresser made by James Couper & Sons of Glasgow at National Museum of Scotland. Edinburgh, Scotland.
Porcelain vases (1870) by Christopher Dresser made by Minton & Co. of Stoke-on-Trent, England at National Museum of Scotland. Edinburgh, Scotland.Porcelain tea cup & plate (1875) by Christopher Dresser made by Minton & Co. of Stoke-on-Trent, England at National Museum of Scotland. Edinburgh, Scotland.Earthenware vase (c1880) by Christopher Dresser made by Linthorpe Pottery of Middlesborough, England at National Museum of Scotland. Edinburgh, Scotland.Clutha glass carafe (c1890) by Christopher Dresser made by James Couper & Sons of Glasgow at National Museum of Scotland. Edinburgh, Scotland.
Clutha glass carafe by Christopher Dresser made by James Couper & Sons of Glasgow at National Museum of Scotland. Edinburgh, Scotland.


Clutha glass carafe (c1890) by Christopher Dresser made by James Couper & Sons of Glasgow at National Museum of Scotland. Edinburgh, Scotland.



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