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This book is the first to look at the development of the Arts and Crafts movement in the Lake District. The movement flourished there for a brilliant decade at the beginning of the twentieth century.
MATTHEW HYDE is the author of the new Pevsner for Cumbria (2010), and joint author with Clare Hartwell of Lancashire: Manchester and the South East (2004) and Cheshire (2011). After three years in depth research, DR ESME WHITTAKER completed her PhD, The Arts and Crafts House in the Lake District: Buildings, Landscapes and Communities, at the Courtauld Institute of Art in 2010. VAL CORBETT has been a freelance photographer for 20 years. Her garden photographs appear regularly in national magazines such as English Garden and Country Life. Gardens of the Lake District by Tim Longville, with photographs by Val Corbett (Frances Lincoln) won the 2008 Lakeland Book of the Year Award.