- William Morris
Parkstone Press International, New York NY, 2007.
Quarto; hardcover, with illustrated boards and decorative endpapers; 255pp., with many colour and monochrome illustrations. Minor wear. Dustwrapper now professionally protected by superior non-adhesive polypropylene film. Near fine. Poet, artist, designer and editor, William Morris was a colossal figure in Victorian England, and the inspiration of the Pre-Raphaelite painters, Rossetti and Burne-Jones, as well as John Ruskin, and was a prime catalyst in his Arts and Crafts movement. Out of respect to the author's original work (of 1914), this text has not been corrected or updated, particularly regarding attribution, dates, and the current locations of works. The information in the captions, however, has been updated.
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