May Morris: Art & Life New Perspectives - edited by Lynn Hulse
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In spring 2016 the William Morris Gallery convened the first conference dedicated to May Morris exploring her life and multi-faceted career as a designer, embroiderer, teacher and activist as well as the pivotal role she played in preserving and shaping her father's legacy. This publication brings together essays presented at the conference from a host of expert contributors covering all aspects of the life and work of May Morris, including her socialism, lecture tour in America, her relationship with her sister Jenny and her central role in the Arts and Crafts movement.
Published by Friends of The William Morris Gallery
Paperback – 253 pages - 2017
ISBN 978 19108 85529