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Credit: Courtesy Newark Museum

Featuring more than 100 examples of Gustav Stickley’s work, from interior objects and furniture—such as the chair at left, which looks as fresh and inviting today as it did a century ago—to rarely seen architectural drawings, Gustav Stickley and the American Arts & Crafts Movement offers a comprehensive look at the designer’s most productive years (1900–1913). Developed by the Dallas Museum of Art, where it will appear next spring, the show is premiering at New Jersey’s Newark Museum, timed to coincide with the centennial celebration of the designer’s home—now the Stickley Museum—in nearby Morris Plains. Through Jan. 2. newarkmuseum.org; dm-art.org