The Two Red Roses Foundation, through the charitable endowment of Rudy Ciccarello, has assembled a premier collection of works from the American Arts and Crafts Movement (1900-1930). The Foundation's collection of more than 1,300 objects includes furniture, pottery, ceramic tiles, metalwork, woodblocks, fine art, lighting, textiles and stained glass. There are also photographs and photogravures from noted artists from the pictorialist Secessionist movement. The list of craftsmen, artists and companies includes Gustav Stickley, Stickley Brothers, Leopold and George Stickley, Charles Rohlfs, Byrdcliffe, Roycroft, Dirk Van Erp, William Grueby, Saturday Evening Girls, Rookwood, Tiffany, Newcomb College, Marblehead, Rhead, Robineau, Walrath, Overbeck, Margaret Patterson, Arthur Wesley Dow and many others.
In keeping with The Two Red Roses Foundation's mission to continue to add to the collection by acquiring the very best objects the market has to offer an aggressive outreach program is in place. We invite private individuals and collectors, museums and dealers who may be interested in discussing the offering of specific works of interest to the Foundation to contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org or call 727 934 9900.