Academic theses about C.F.A. Voysey and his work

This is a part of our complete bibliography of published work relating to C.F.A. Voysey.

  • Bock, Judith (later Judith Tankard), The wallpaper designs of C.F.A. Voysey (New York University, MA thesis, 1966)
  • Coleing, L.S., The relationship between arts and crafts designers and manufacturers of textiles and wallpaper in the late nineteenth century (Keele University, MA thesis, 1990)
  • Hitchmough, Wendy, Studies in the symbolism and spirituality of the Arts and Crafts movement (University of Sussex, DPhil thesis, 2001)
  • Johnson, A., C.F.A. Voysey : architectural theory and practice (University of Manchester, BA dissertation, 1972)
  • Johnson, A., C.F.A. Voysey, 1857-1941: writing and designs (University of Manchester, MA thesis, 1977)
  • May, B., Point paper patterns : an overview of a design archive with particular reference to a collection of designs for weave believed to be the work of C.F.A. Voysey (Northumbria University, MA thesis, 2014)
  • Merilion, J., Individuality : CFA Voysey, freelance design and the carpet industry (City of Birmingham Polytechnic, MA thesis, 1988). Full text (PDF, 21MB)
  • Moore, J., Building in the Garden of Eden : a consideration of the architectural and social ideas of C.F.A. Voysey in relation to the theology of his father (University College London, MSc thesis, 1985)
  • Warshaw, J., Voysey's houses (Architectural Association School of Architecture, Building Conservation Course thesis, 1989)
  • Wright, Paul, The construction of plausibility in architectural design and inhabitation (Aberystwyth University, PhD thesis, November 2010), especially chapter 3. Full text (electronic deposit copy, edited for distribution)

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