This beautiful book lifts the lid on the story of Młoda Polska, or Young Poland.
The Arts Society Magazine
Well researched and beautifully illustrated.
Young Poland: The Polish Arts & Crafts Movement, 1890-1918
Edited by Young Poland Project Curators Julia Griffin and Andrzej Szczerski. Preface by Alison Smith. With contributions from William Morris Gallery’s Roisin Inglesby and 17 other international scholars.
Edited by art historians Julia Griffin and Andrzej Szczerski – who uniquely combine expertise in Polish and British design – this groundbreaking study is the first book in any language to explore the Young Poland (Młoda Polska) period in the context of the international Arts and Crafts movements.
This pioneering and lavishly illustrated publication charts the rich history of the artists, designers and craftspeople whose schemes came to define Young Poland, including over 250 illustrations of ceramics, furniture, textiles, paper cuttings, wood carvings, tableware, stained glass, book arts, children’s toys and Christmas decorations as well as domestic, church and civic interior decoration schemes.