The Originality and Initiative: The Arts and Crafts Archives at Cheltenham

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When William Morris rented Kelmscott Manor in 1871, the Cotswolds became the centre for both the Arts and Crafts and the Private Press Movements and this is what connects the subjects of the five essays in this book: the printmaker and bibliophile Emery Walker; William and May Morris at Kelmscott Press; the architect-designer Ernest Gimson; Sidney Barnsley the architect and craftsman; and the stained glass artist Paul Woodroffe. This book is the third to be published on the stunning collection of Arts and Crafts objects ...

The Originality and Initiative: The Arts and Crafts Archives at Cheltenham 2003, Lund Humphries Publishers Ltd, London

ISBN-13: 9780853318736

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