Our new 2013 Issue is arriving on newsstands and in subscriber’s mailboxes this week. Highlights from this season’s issue includes:
A Home as a Way of Life
Life on a Porterville, Calif., ranch inspired Henry Greene to design this iconic California ranch home that has sustained the Richardson clan for five generations.
At Home with Modernity
In 2003, Arts and Crafts collector Beth Cathers
opened her home to share her furniture collection with American Bungalow. Here, she reminisces about how this beautiful furniture connects her with the world even after she has passed it on. Click Here For Full Article.
Fire on the River
The author takes us back to turn-of-the-20th century Pittsburgh, illuminating the then-burgeoning artistic culture. He also examines the work of three of the region’s important artists who found as much beauty in steel mills as in the rugged hills of Western Pennsylvania.
Also included (for subscriber copies) is the first print in our four-part lithographic panorama by Jan Schmuckal. Subscribe or renew your subscription today to receive this year’s exclusive. Check back soon as more updates from this issue are added to the site.
Splendour of Ended Day by noted Tonal Impressionist Jan Schmuckal
Our subscriber bonus has an interesting twist in 2013; an evocative landscape panorama in four parts. In each 2013 issue, subscribers will receive a high-quality lithographic print of the oil paintings Jan has created exclusively for American Bungalow subscribers. Each image stands on its own as a unique artwork. Hang them together and they are united into one continuous, magnificent scene; a contemplative place filled with soothing light and shadow that invites you to stay for the sunset.
This offer is exclusively for American Bungalow subscribers—you won’t find these frame-worthy prints on the newsstand. You still have time to subscribe—the first 2013 issue is due out in February.
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Our Winter 2012 issue has arrived this season. Subscribers to American Bungalow will receive the 4th and final print in our Wisdom of Trees series by artist Yoshiko Yamamoto. Stories for this issue include:
Hood Canal Bungalow
A Northwest couple with differences in style taste find common ground in building their dream house on an idyllic fjord of Puget Sound.
Bonus Gallery Here
A House on the Pacific Rim
The author remembers the Heineman brothers, a pair of “rank amateurs” who built some of Pasadena’s loveliest homes, including a
meticulously restored Arts and Crafts masterpiece- the James Allen Freeman house. Bonus gallery can be found here
Some Beauty of Line, in Lovely Clothes
Celebrating a purely American style (and the
surprising French obsession that drove a
flood of “Gibson Girl” shirtwaist exports to Paris),
a seductive exhibition debuts at the Stickley Museum
at Craftsman Farms.
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