Architect, builder and furniture designer and maker James Chapman-Taylor was a leading light in the arts and crafts movement in New Zealand. His houses and furnishings reflected an English cottage-style aesthetic with an emphasis on the handmade and simplicity in decoration. This adzed 'Morris-style' chair made in the 1930s is typical of Chapman-Taylor's work.
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Puke Ariki - Taranaki Museum & Library
Object by James Chapman-Taylor
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