Extractions: Greeting Cards Now Available William Morris Windows Building St Martin's Church Location Brampton, Cumbria Country UK Manufacturer William Morris Designer Edward Burne-Jones Subject Pelicans symbolic of Sacrifice Keyword Pelicans, Sacrifice, Pre-raphaelite, Art-Deco, Burne-Jones Building Trinity Church Location Saugerties, NY Country USA Manufacturer William Morris Designer Edward Burne-Jones Subject Baptism of Christ Keyword Baptism, Christ, John the Baptist, Edward Burne-Jones, Angels Building St James' Church Location Staveley, Cumbria Country UK Manufacturer William Morris Designer Subject Crucifixion Keyword Christ, Jesus, Crucifixion, Passion Building Jesus Church Location Troutbeck, Cumbria Country UK Manufacturer William Morris Designer Subject Baptism of Christ Keyword Baptism, Christ, Jesus, John the Baptist, Angels
Extractions: Paules Church. 1600. To the true Ennobled Lady, and his most bountifull Mistris Anne Fitton, Mayde of Honour to the most sacred Mayde Royall Queene Elizabeth. Honorable Mistris in the waine of my little wit, I am forst to desire your protection, else euery Ballad-singer will proclaime me bankrupt of honesty. A sort of mad fellows seeing me merrily dispos'd in a Morrice, haue so bepainted mee in print since my gambols began from London to Norwich, that (hauing but an ill face before) I shall appeare to the world without a face, if your fayre hand wipe not away their foule colours. One hath written Kemps farewell Your worthy Ladiships most vnworthy seruant
William Morris : MyFonts.com Information about william morris, Artist, Printer, Type Designer, Writer, Typographer, Publisher, Architect, Poet, Book Designer. Fonts by william morris. http://www.myfonts.com/person/morris/william/
Extractions: Wallpapers KELMSCOTT PRESS DEVICE. Designed by Morris, colored by William S. Peterson WORK BEFORE THE KELMSCOTT PRESS TYPOGRAPHY FOR THE KELMSCOTT PRESS INDIVIDUAL KELMSCOTT PRESS BOOKS William Morris, The Story of the Glittering Plain : opening page of text from the first book from the Press (1891). William Morris, The Defence of Guenevere and other Poems : opening to "Rapunsel" (1892). William Morris, A Dream of John Ball and A King's Lesson : frontispiece illustration by Burne-Jones (1892).
Morris, William - University Of Maryland morris, william. Chants For Socialists The Pilgrims Of Hope Poems By The Way University Libraries, University of Maryland, College http://www.lib.umd.edu/ETC/ReadingRoom/Poetry/MorrisW/
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William Morris Gallery Official site for The william morris Gallery in London, the only public museum devoted to England's best known and most versatile designer. The morris Company made stained glass designed by morris, BurneJones and others. Some examples are shown. http://www.lbwf.gov.uk/wmg/stain.htm
William Morris @ Catharton Artists Catharton Artists M morris, william. william morris. 1834 1896. Bored? william morris cuny.edu. The Art and Craft of william morris Not Just for the Rich. http://www.catharton.com/artists/222.htm
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Extractions: MORRIS, WILLIAM DEEDS Submitted by Tom Smith; firstname.lastname@example.org The following is a record of a land sale by William Morris and his wife Elizabeth Morris and the relinquishment of her dower. It is dated 28 Sept. 1818. This William Morris is apparently the nephew of Theodocia Morris Bagby. (Copied by Tom Smith; email@example.com) Louisa County, to wit, We Thomas Poindexter and Pleasant Hackett, Justices of the peace, in the County aforesaid, in the state of Virginia, do hereby certify that Elizabeth Morris, the wife of William Morris, parties to a certain deed for the conveyance of real estate to Benjamin Knight bearing date on 28th day of September 1818, and hereto annexed, personally appeared before us, in our County aforesaid, and being examined by us, privily and apart from her husband, and having the deed aforesaid fully explained to her, she the said Elizabeth Morris, acknowledged the same to be her act of deed, and declared that she had willingly signed and delivered the same, and that she wished not to retract it. Given under our hands and seals this 23rd of January 1819. At a Court held for Louisa County on Monday the 8th day of February 1819. A Deed of bargain and sale from William Morris and Elizabeth his wife to Benjamin Knight was presented in Court, acknowledged by the said Morris to be his act and deed and ordered to be recorded, together with the certificate of relinquishment of dower of said wife thereto annexed.
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Extractions: 1996 saw the centenary of the death of William Morris. William Morris has increasingly become a household name and as the father-figure of the Arts and Crafts movement has had a great impact on 20th century design. He was the first to champion such art and craft principles as "truth to materials" and simplicity in art. This simplistic nature was also seen in his attitude towards life where he propagated an ideal of rustic living. His utopian socialism beliefs and his affinity for natural, hand-crafted details made him the spiritual leader of the Crafts Revival of the 20th century. William Morris was born into a wealthy local pottery family on March 24, 1834, at Elm House, Walthamstow. He was the third of nine children (and the oldest son) of William and Emma Shelton Morris. In his childhood Morris showed a great passion for all things medieval and a great affinity with nature. In 1847, Morris's father died, and the following year, aged fourteen, he entered Marlborough College. He left in 1851 to continue to study at home. In 1853 Morris entered Exeter College at Oxford, where he met Edward Burne-Jones, who was to become one of the greatest of the Pre-Raphaelite artists, and began to study architecture and write poetry. In 1856 Morris began work in an architects office where he met Philip Webb, who would become another close friend and associate. He took rooms with Burne-Jones, already embarked on his career as an artist, and before the end of the year Morris himself abandoned architecture for art.
St.Nicholas' Parish Church, Halewood Anglican worship. Including service times, information about groups using the Church Centre, church history, pictures of the william morris windows, the story of St Nicholas, and links. http://freespace.virgin.net/h.royden/
Extractions: Development Proposals for expansion of buildings and facilities, Diary dates, Cards for all occasions. Halewood lies approximately seven miles south of Liverpool bordering on to the greenbelt. It was part of Lancashire until 1974 when the boundaries were altered and it became part of Merseyside in the newly formed Borough of Knowsley. At present we are in a position to start on our Development Plan for the church, which includes renovation and protection of our William Morris windows The Building Fund currently stands at around £22,000 but we need to raise approximately £300,000 to fully repair and re-order the church. The people of Halewood love and treasure their church and we will restore it to its former glory to be a central focal point in the life of the community of our area. If you can help in any way, please visit our appeal pages. Read Pam Beesley's fascinating article on the history of the windows and the William Morris Link Reverend Alan Jewell
Victor Adams Books Seller of general books and on some specialist subjects furniture and woodwork, arts and crafts, william morris and the PreRaphaelite movement. Includes catalogues and bookfair information. http://www.vnagency.freeserve.co.uk/
Extractions: Holsten Galleries is an internationally recognized gallery representing leading contemporary glass artists. Our gallery works with private collectors, museums and corporations in building collections of glass sculpture and installations. Among our world renowned glass artists are Dale Chihuly, Lino Tagliapietra, Tom Patti, William Morris, Christopher Ries, Dante Marioni, Kreg Kallenberger, Steven Weinberg and Marvin Lipofsky. Holsten Galleries was established in Stockbridge, Massachusetts, in 1978 and was one of the first studio glass galleries in the U.S. The gallery is open seven days a week, year round. Each of our artists has glass sculpture in the gallery on an ongoing basis. Our glass artists are listed on the "Artists" page and most of them have images on this site. Images of other available pieces can be e-mailed upon request. Many of our glass artists, including Dale Chihuly and Tom Patti, can be commissioned to create glass sculpture for private, corporate or public art collections. As an online glass gallery, we invite you to explore our site and view the glass art of some of the world's most creative and talented artists. Please contact us if you would like more information on any of the glass sculptures you see here. We also look forward to meeting many of you in person in the gallery. Visit our "Resources" page for information on cultural and tourist attractions in the Berkshires (such as Tanglewood and the Norman Rockwell Museum) or to learn more about glass art.
Extractions: Back to Cases Making a claim Our Approach Resources Multnomah County (Oregon) Circuit Court Case No. 9705-03957 Jesse Williams was a 67-year-old African-American retired school custodian who died of lung cancer in 1997 after smoking Marlboro cigarettes for 47 years. A simple and devoted family man, Jesse raised his six children in inner city Portland and was a beloved husband, father, and grandfather. Philip Morris Incorporated is the domestic tobacco subsidiary corporation of Philip Morris Companies, Inc. As a corporate entity, Philip Morris knew from the early 1950's that its cigarettes were addictive and caused cancer, but denied both consistently and vehemently up until and including the trial of this case, February 22 - March 31, 1999. The defendant told the 12-person jury that the case was about Jesse Williams, the choices he made and his personal responsibility. Plaintiff, in response, admitted comparative fault (in a modified comparative fault state) but asked the jury to determine whether Philip Morris shared that fault and to apportion it between the multi-billion dollar corporation and its customer (who, according to Philip Morris, acted unreasonably in purchasing, using and continuing to use its products and in not accepting the "common knowledge" that cigarettes are addictive and cause cancer - two bits of "common knowledge" that Philip Morris itself was unwilling to accept). The jury found Jesse Williams and Philip Morris equally at fault and awarded $800,000 in compensatory damages. In addition, the jury found that Philip Morris was guilty of common law fraud for its 50 years of lies and awarded $79.5 million in punitive damages. The amount of punitive damages was reduced to $32 million by the trial judge and both sides have appealed the case to the Oregon Court of Appeals.