Lavishly illustrated, published in 2015 for the sixtieth anniversary of the William Morris Society, this hard cover book features sixty objects from the Society's Collection. Patterns and poems, business and historic building protection, politics, printing, family and friendship, utopian society, stained glass, chairs, typeface and tapestries, the Arts & Crafts Movement and songs for Socialists - all examples of William Morris's creativity and influence.
Includes an introduction about Morris's time at his home Kelmscott House, Hammersmith, the basement and Coach House of which now serve as the headquarters for the Society.
Published 01 June 2015
Available at a special price of £5 to celebrate our first online exhibition, Highlights from The William Morris Society's Collection.
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