The Knox Guild 1912-1935

The Members, Part I ‘It is striking how few letters and archives associated with interwar women makers survive. The papers of…male artists, designers and architects, were carefully preserved by their wives and children. But …. women can drop out of the already fragile history of the crafts with alarming ease.’ Tanya Harrod (1999) The Crafts inContinue reading “The Knox Guild 1912-1935”


Time for Knox

In February I gave a paper via zoom as part of the Surrey Arts & Humanities Research Group Spring Seminar Series on the theme of Time. You can read a summary of the paper on the SAHRG site. One of the seminal figures in Denise Wren’s life was Archibald Knox, the Design Master at KingstonContinue reading “Time for Knox”