William Morris: Decor & Design
Perenially popular, William Morris's designs for fabric and wallpaper have represented the best of English taste and sensibility for over a hundred years. Today, there is a renewed appreciation for pattern and decoration and a revival of interest in the entire arts and crafts movement.
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Morris (1834-96) was an amazing figure, an accomplished painter, poet, translator, weaver, and typographer; a designer of stained glass, tiles, carpets, furniture, and tapestries; and a socialist ... Read full review
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