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William Morris

The popularity and influence of William Morris cannot be underestimated – a man of many talents, he was a poet, writer, social campaigner, artist, designer and, with his Kelmscott Press, a fine book printer and publisher. A hugely important figure of the Arts and Crafts movement, he is best known for his superior wallpaper and textile designs, intricately weaving together natural motifs in highly stylized two-dimensional patterns with medieval influences. Organized into five sections – Life, Inspiration & Influences, Media & Techniques, Politics & Society and Arts & Crafts – The World’s Greatest Art: William Morris enables the reader to consider Morris from different angles and contexts, providing a broader understanding of this great artist.

Product details
Author Julian Beecroft
Foreword by Helen Elletson
Paperback / softback: 30,000 words, 352 pages, 174 illustrations
ISBN: 9781787553071
Series: The World's Greatest Art
Dimensions: 170 x 160 x 23 mm


£14.99 $19.99

 

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