‘C.F.A. Voysey: the man and his work’ : the articles in Architect and building news in early 1927.
The jubilee certificate of 1927, signed by many of Voysey's peers and clients in recognition of his 70th birthday.
New transcriptions and summaries of Voysey's original working records:
Photograph by Vandyk, October 1930, NPG x23486 © National Portrait Gallery, London, reproduced under this Creative Commons licence.
Correspondence between Voysey and Hermann Muthesius : Hermann Muthesius (1861-1927) was a German architect, author and diplomat, perhaps best known for promoting many of the ideas of the English Arts and Crafts movement within Germany and for his subsequent influence on early pioneers of German architectural modernism such as the Bauhaus. He was the author of Das englische Haus (Ernst Wasmuth, 1904-5). Alternative source with notes in English
Correspondence about reproduction of the River Rug design : a lengthy negotiation in 1911 between Voysey, his assistant Gerard Fairtlough and Messrs Epworth & Co. regarding the purchase of a water-colour drawing of the "River Mat"
Individuality ... breaks down that hateful arrogance that assumes the ignorance or wickedness of particular sections of society. It forces us to see that all men are endowed with the same noble instincts & that our differences are due only to the degree of their cultivation.
C.F.A Voysey, 'Tradition and individuality in art' (1923)
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