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Founders Of The Arts and Crafts Movement
- Anthology of writings on interior design by William Morris and his contemporaries; information about the early years of the movement in England and America. From JR Burrows - historical design merchants.
Home - Friends Red House
- The Red House in Bexley, England. Designed by Philip Webb for William Morris. Includes photographs, bibliography, visitor information with online booking, and Friends of the Red House membership information.
Morris and Co.
- Company founded as a direct result of the design, decoration, and furnishing of the Morris's new home, Red House (situated in what is now a South London suburb) by a group including Morris himself and a number of his friends and associates. From The Victorian Web.
Religion in Willam Morris's Work
- A short piece from the Victorian Web by George P. Landow, Professor of English and Art History, Brown University.
Spartacus Educational: William Morris
- Biography from Spartacus Educational about the life and work of William Morris. Covers his Arts and Crafts work, and his Socialist reforms ideas.
William Morris (1834-96)
- Notes on William Morris, especially relating to his activities as an artist and illustrator and his relations with the arts and crafts and with the Pre-Raphaelites. From Bob Speel.
William Morris Home Page
- About the 19th century British craftsman, designer, writer, typographer, and Socialist. Events and publications, the William Morris Society, links and other materials.
The William Morris Internet Archive
- Contains William Morris' political writings as well as artist's biography and a collection of photographs.
The William Morris Pages
- Article on Morris by Laurence Arnold. Includes Morris texts and graphics, a comprehensive list of Morris books (from Amazon) and a William Morris discussion group.
William Morris: A Brief Biography
- Biography from The Victorian Web by David Cody, associate professor of English, Hartwick College.
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