Published 1977 by published jointly by Paul Harris Publishing and Sotheby"s Belgravia in [London] .
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|Statement||from the collection of Miss Merle Taylor ; edited and designed by Peter Nahum.|
|Contributions||Sotheby Parke Bernet & Co.|
|LC Classifications||NC242.K5 O55|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||viii, 72, viii,  p. :|
|Number of Pages||72|
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Jessie m. king and e.a. taylor, illustrator and designer book and designer from the collection of miss merle taylor sold by sotheby parke bernet & co.
hardcover – Manufacturer: Paul Harris Publishing and Sotheby's Belgravia. Jessie M King & E A Taylor: Illustrator & Designer, from the Collection of Miss Merle Taylor Nahum, Peter (ed.) Published by Paul Harris/Sotheby's (). JESSIE M. KING AND E.A. TAYLOR, ILLUSTRATOR AND DESIGNER FROM THE COLLECTION OF MISS MERLE TAYLOR SOLD BY SOTHEBY PARKE BERNET & CO.
(King, Jessie M. and E.A. Taylor). N.P. Paul Harris Publishing and Sotheby's Belgravia, (). square 8vo. She had a long career as a book illustrator, producing more than 80 titles, for some of which she wrote the texts as well as the illustrations.
She married the Glasgow Style designer E.A. Taylor inand in they moved to Paris where they opened an art school. At the outset of the World War I, the couple moved returned to Scotland, settling in Kirkudbright with her family where she.
Jessie worked mainly as an illustrator but also designed of jewelry, ceramics, and textiles. In she married designer and artist E.A. Taylor and in they moved to Paris where they opened an art school, however with the outbreak of World War I, the couple returned to Scotland.
Above: Jessie M King, Below an example of her jewelry design Author: Hazel Terry. King [married name Taylor], Jessie Marion (–), illustrator and designer, was born on 20 March at the manse, New Kilpatrick, Dunbartonshire, the third daughter of the Revd James Waters King (–), Church of Scotland minister, and his wife, Mary Ann (–), daughter of.
King taught Book Design & Illustration at the Glasgow School of Arts, fromwhile also embarking on her illustration career. It was there, at GSA, that she met and married her fellow teacher and artist, E. : The Painted Prism. Jessie M. King is widely known for her pen and ink lines that follow the art nouveau concepts, but she worked extensively as a muralist, book illustator, and designer of fabric, jewelry, costume and book covers.
Jessie Marion King was born in Bearsden, Scotland, a suburb of Glasgow, on Ma 4 Jun - Jessie Marion King (Ma – August 3, ) was a Scottish illustrator mostly of children's books.
She also designed jewelry and fabric, and painted pottery. She was married to E. Taylor, artist and furniture designer. See more ideas about Jessie, Artist and Pottery painting pins. The dolls' house was part of this nursery. Places Between andJessie M. King lived in Paris with her husband, Ernest Archibald Taylor.
While there, she was commissioned to design a child's nursery for a major Parisian exhibition. Materials & Making The construction of the dolls'. Jessie M. King and her husband EA Taylor were central figures in the development of the famous Glasgow School style and influential in 20th century design, establishing art schools in Paris and an artist’s community in the Scottish town of Kirkcudbright.
Jessie M King’s work is highly sought by private collectors, libraries and museums. By Rev. J.J. Macaulay published by James McKelvie, Glasgow. On page 5 Jessie M. King and E.A. Taylor dedication reads: "And I acknowledge (Jessie M King) for the striking and. Jessie Marion King (—) was a Scottish designer and illustrator.
She is perhaps best known for her work as a book illustrator, mostly of children’s books, but her many and varied skills included bookbinding, the decoration of ceramics and tiles, and book cover, wallpaper, textile and jewellery design.
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Jessie M. King was commissioned by Foulis to design covers for a series of "Envelope Books" intended for gift giving. This one was orginally published in with Japanese Vellum Wrappers. This is the Foulis reprint with King's signature on the front wrapper.
From the guide to the Papers of Jessie Marion King,designer and illustrator and Ernest Archibald Taylor,designer and artist,(Glasgow University Library, Special Collections Department). Jessie Marion King was born on March 20th, in New Kilpatrick, now Bearsden, Glasgow, where her father, the Rev.
James King was Minister. As a child Jessie showed a natural talent for drawing. Her parents were against her following art as a career, but eventually agreed. Fromthe ‘Glasgow-Style’ book illustrator Jessie M King () and her husband, the artist and designer E A Taylor (), were permanently resident in Kirkcudbright, from where they arranged annual summer painting courses on Arran.
Jessie M King had purchased her property ‘Greengate’ and it’s close inprobably with the encouragement of E A Hornel. Online shopping from a great selection at Books Store.
Jessie Marion King (Ma – August 3, ) was a Scottish artist. In addition to her many book illustrations, she taught at the Glasgow School of Art, designed jewelry (mostly for Liberty), designed surface pattern designs for fabric, produced batiks, painted pottery, designed innumerable bookplates, and established an art school in Paris with her husband, the architect EA Taylor.
Jessie M. King, born in Scotland indespite a strict religious upbringing and parental disapproval of her artistic career, entered the Queen Margaret College in Glasgow inthe Glasgow School of Art inand later taught courses in book decoration and design at her Alma Mater from Jessie M.
King and E.A. Taylor: illustrator and designer, from the collection of Miss Merle Taylor ; sold by Sotheby Parke Bernet & Co. at the Charles Rennie Mackintosh Society, Queen's Cross, Glasgow on Tues., 21st June, After that there are few names left, but there is one, the most prolific, the most versatile, and the most heavily collected Scottish book illustrator and cover designer – Jessie Marion King.
Born inshe was a daughter of the manse, her father being the minister of New Kilpatrick, Bearsden. Bibliography. Jessie M. King and E. Taylor: Illustrator and y's Sale of 21 June at the Charles Rennie Mackintosh Society. Illustration by Jessie M.
King from the Christmas supplement to The Studio, issued 15 December King was made Tutor in Book Decoration and Design at Glasgow School of Art in She continued to teach until her marriage to E.
Taylor inand Born: Jessie Marion King, 20 MarchBearsden. Jessie Marion King (20 March – 3 August ) was a Scottish illustrator known for her beautiful illustrated children’s books.
She also designed jewellery and fabric, and painted pottery. King was one of the artists known as the Glasgow Girls. King was born in Bearsden, near father was James Wat(t)ers King, a minister with the Church of Scotland. Jessie M King - Book designer, illustrator and ceramicist Although raised in a strictly religious household where she was discouraged from making art, the Scottish painter and designer Jessie M.
King not only managed to gain a good art education and to establish a long and successful career. Lived a Scottish illustrator mostly of children's books pins.
The most important twentieth century illustrator from Scotland, Jessie King created a world that blended fantasy and reality in a way that still brings delight. In addition to her book bindings and illustrations, she also created colorful batik fabrics, jewelry and porcelain designs.
Exploring her childhood and years at the Glasgow School of Art, to her marriage to E.A. Taylor and their life. First edition, with illustrated title pages and 17 beautiful full-page pen-and-ink illustrations by Jessie M. King, in original color pictorial glassine.
A member of the Glasgow School and the preeminent book illustrator of the Glasgow movement, “Jessie M. King evolved a highly individual Art Nouveau style which derived, not from Beardsley. Jessie M. King And E.A. Taylor: Illustrator And De. Brand new with tags, lovely character slippers (choose your favourite), officially produced under license from disney™ & ®.
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Welcome to our post-Christmas clear out!Â This auction is for the following item: Jessie and : Good used condition from a smoke. Jessie M. King. Jessie M King was born on March 20th in New Kilpatrick, now Bearsden, a growing suburb of Glasgow, where her father, the Rev.
James King was minister. Jessie was the youngest of four daughters, her sisters were Evangeline, Adah and Margaret, and she had a younger brother, James Graham. Although raised in a strictly religious household where she was discouraged from making art, the Scottish painter and designer Jessie M.
King () not only managed to gain a good art education and to establish a long and successful career, but she it made her mission to inspire other women (through teaching, lecturing, and mentoring), encouraging them to believe in their creativity.
Ernest Archibald Taylor was born in Greenock, the son of an army major. After training as a draughtsman at a Clyde Shipyard, he joined Wylie and Lochhead in as trainee designer, attending the Glasgow School of Art part-time () and furniture design classes at the Glasgow and West of Scotland Technical College.
Jessie Marion King (20 Mairch – 3 August ) was a Scots illustrator kent for her beautifu illustratit childer's beuks. ReferencesBorn: 20 MairchBearsden. Jessie King. Jessie Marion King (Ma August 3, ) was a Scottish illustrator mostly of children's books. She also designed jewelry and fabric, and painted pottery.
She was married to E. Taylor, artist and furniture designer. She was born in Bearsden, near Glasgow. Jessie M King and E A Taylor: illustrator and designer By King, Jessie Marion, Queen's Cross, Jessie M King and E A Taylor: illustrator and designer Book.
English. Published Paul Harris, The Charles Rennie Mackintosh Society is an independent, non-profit making charity, established in to promote and encourage. JESSIE M. KING AND E.A. TAYLOR, ILLUSTRATOR AND DESIGNER FROM THE COLLECTION OF MISS MERLE TAYLOR SOLD BY SOTHEBY PARKE BERNET & CO.
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