Thomas Jeckyll: Architect and Designer

From July 17 – October 19, 2003, the Bard Graduate Center presented Thomas Jeckyll: Architect and Designer. This was the first exhibition of the work of the British architect Thomas Jeckyll (1827–81), who excelled in the design of Anglo-Japanese metalwork and furniture. Among the least understood (and most tragic) figures of the Victorian design reform movement, Jeckyll was also an important designer of public and private architecture.

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