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         Morris William:     more books (100)
  1. William Morris: Glass--Artifact and Art by Henry Geldzahler, Narcissus Quagliata, 1989-03-01
  2. The Flowers of William Morris by Derek W. Baker, 2006-07-12
  3. The well at the world's end, a tale by William Morris, 2010-08-28
  4. William Morris (Temporis) by Arthur Clutton-Brock, Parkstone Press, 2007-07-30
  5. Morris Dictionary of Word and Phrase Origins by William Morris, 1988-04-27
  6. William Morris on Art and Socialism by William Morris, 1999-08-09
  7. William Morris at Home by David Rodgers, 1996-05-02
  8. News From Nowhere (Oxford World's Classics) by William Morris, 2009-10-04
  9. Art-Life of William Morris Hunt by Helen Mary Knowlton, 2010-02-23
  10. Prose and Poetry 1856 1870 by William Morris Including 'The Defence of Guenevere' 'The Life and Death of Jason' Prose Romances from The Oxford and Cambridge Magazine and Other Prose and Poetry by William Morris, 1913
  11. The Collected Works of William Morris: Volume 12. The Story of Sigurd the Volsung and the Fall of the Niblungs by William Morris, 2004-03-19
  12. William Morris and the Arts and Crafts Home by Pamela Todd, 2005-09-22
  13. The Collected Works of William Morris: Volume 8. Journals of Travel in Iceland: 1871-1873 by William Morris, 2000-11-28
  14. Three Documentary Filmmakers: Errol Morris, Ross Mcelwee, Jean Rouch (Horizons of Cinema)

21. William Morris - Art Images - Works And Biography - OCAIW
william morris British Designer, 18341896 Works and biography .Raphaelite. william morris Pittore e Disegnatore Inglese, 1834-1896 Opere e biografia.

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ART PASSION GALLERY - GREAT ILLUSTRATORS ARTPASSION Selected William Morris patterns and wallpapers. Selected images of William Morris tapestries, stained glass, arts and crafts.
ARTMAGICK GALLERY ARTMAGICK Garden of Delight Guinevere Summer Quince ARTS IN VICTORIAN BRITAIN VICTORIAN Stained Glass by William Morris Textiles and Textile designed by Morris himself CAROL GERTEN'S FINE ART CGFA Queen Guenevere HEART'S EASE GALLERY HEG Sonnets and Lyrical Poems This Earthly Paradise Evenload Chintz ... Trellis WILLIAM MORRIS SOCIETY WEB SITE MORRISSOCIETY Missing Title-page Armchair ... Interior of Wightwick Manor, Staffordshire

22. Morris, William
morris, william. william morris. morris Litteratur P. Henderson william morris. His Life, Work and Friends, London og New York 1967. EP

23. William Morris (1834-1896)
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
William Morris (1834-1896)
Page from The Glittering Plain Famous as the founder of the Arts and Crafts Movement . He was born in Walthamstow, then a village, and moved to a grand residence there called Water House at the age of 14 - this has since become the William Morris Gallery . He studied at Oxford with the intention of becoming a clergyman, but while there he met Edward Coley Burne-Jones , also studying for the church, and they both began to turn towards art. They were persuaded by Rossetti to give up the studies and become artists. Morris did a year in architectural practice of G. E. Street , and then turned to painting. However, he soon found that his metier was design. The cooperative attempt to decorate his new house (the Red House, built by Philip Webb ) at Bexleyheath, south east of London, lead to the setting up of the firm Morris, Marshall, Faulkner and Co. The partners were Morris, Burne-Jones, Rossetti Ford Madox Brown Philip Webb , Charles Faulkner, and Peter Paul Marshall, a surveyor. The firm was set up as a 'company of Fine Art Workmen', designing and producing (or at least supervising the production of) furniture, wallpaper, murals, tapestrywork, stained glass windows, metalwork, tapestries, and smaller works such as tiles and embroidery. It started in 8 Lion Square, London, where there was sufficient space for workshops, showrooms, and a kiln in the basement for tile production. The firm later became simply Morris and Co. when Morris - always blessed with a private income - bought out the other partners.

24. William Morris Society: Designs
DESIGNS BY william morris. william morris, The Earthly Paradise (1868) titlepage with vignette by morris Mark Samuels Lasner collection;
NOTE: Includes work by other artists manufactured by Morris and Co.
Book design

Furniture and other decorative arts

Paintings and drawings
Book design

25. William Morris Society Has Moved
The S O C I E T Y W E B S I T E
hanks to the Robinson Center for Graphic Arts and Communication Design of the City University of New York for hosting the site through 30 January 2001. Please update your bookmarks and links to point to the new Morris Society Web Site at PLEASE REPORT BROKEN LINKS TO WEBMASTER@MORRISSOCIETY.ORG

26. William Morris Society: Morris Biography
william morris (183496) A BRIEF BIOGRAPHY. By Nicholas Salmon. william morris was born in Walthamstow, Essex, on 24 March 1834.
By Nicholas Salmon
William Morris was born in Walthamstow, Essex, on 24 March 1834. The son of a wealthy businessman, he enjoyed a comfortable childhood before going to Marlborough and Exeter College, Oxford. He originally intended to take holy orders, but his reading of the social criticism of Carlyle, Kingsley and Ruskin led him to reconsider the Church and devote his life to art. After leaving Oxford, Morris was briefly articled to G. E. Street, the Gothic Revival architect, but he soon left, having determined to become a painter. His admiration for the Pre-Raphaelites led him to be introduced to Dante Gabriel Rossetti whose influence can be seen on Morris's only surviving painting La Belle Iseult
Arts and Crafts
In the 1860s Morris decided that his creative future lay in the field of the decorative arts. His career as a designer began when he decorated the Red House, Bexleyheath, which had been built for him by Philip Webb. The success of this venture led to the formation of Among his many other works were Icelandic and classical translations

27. Founders Of The Arts & 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.
Selected Links on Related Themes:
  • William Morris Home Page - the official web site of The William Morris Society Dard Hunter , American Craftsman, Artist, Papermaker, Printer please look at The Victorian Web - This is a link outside the Founders page.

28. Red House
The Red House and its arts and crafts garden survive as an important example of the designer's work.
The unique well in the south garden RED HOUSE
Bexleyheath, Kent.
The Home Of William Morris
Introduction Interiors Exterior
Friends of Red House Link .

29. William Morris
william morris was born in Walthamstow, Greater London, as the son of a successful business man. The Collected Letters of william morris 18931896, vol.
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B C D ... Z by birthday from the calendar Credits and feedback William Morris (1834-1896) English craftsman, poet, and early socialist, whose designs generated the Arts and Crafts Movement in the later half of the1900th century. Morris encouraged to return to handmade objects and rejected standard tastes. He was associated with the Pre-Raphaelite Brotherhood and a close friend of the painter-poet Dante Gabriel Rossetti and his sister Christina Rossetti , also a poet. "If you want a golden rule that will fit everybody, this is it: Have nothing in your houses that you do not know to be useful, or believe tom be beautiful." (from 'The Beauty of Life', 1880) William Morris was born in Walthamstow, Greater London, as the son of a successful business man. He attended Marlborough College in 1848-51 and in 1853 he entered Exeter College, Oxford, where he met Edward Burne-Jones and Charles Faulkner. Morris thought for a while of taking Holy Orders, but he renounced the Church, and after taking his B.A. in 1856 Morris began his studies in architecture. Morris's early poems were published in The Oxford and Cambridge Magazine - he also financed the publication. In 1858 Morris worked with Rossetti, Burne-Jones, and others on the frescoes in the Oxford Union. He published THE DEFENCE OF GUENEVERE AND OTHER POEMS (1858), which contains much of his best work, including 'The Haystack in the Floods', 'Concerning Geffray Teste Noire', 'Shameful Death', and 'Golden Wings'. They all have medieval settings - Morris was obsessed with medieval world. In the prose fantasy 'The Hollow Land' (1856) an unjust knight enters an eartly paradise. He departs it, becomes aged, and finally regains the land through devotion to pictorial art.

30. Sanderson UK - Home Decorating, Quality Curtains And Upholstery, Classic English
Based on original william morris documents from Sanderson's extensive archive. The collection is composed of designs that reflect morris' passion for nature. The quintessential Arts Crafts designs were originally drawn for handblocked wallpapers and fabrics. Authentic to the original prints, these designs have now, for the first time, been surface printed onto wallpaper.
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31. William Morris: A Brief Biography
william morris A Brief Biography. David He was the third of nine children (and the oldest son) of william and Emma Shelton morris. His
William Morris: A Brief Biography
David Cody , Associate Professor of English, Hartwick College
illiam Morris was born on March 24, 1834 , at Elm House, Walthamstow. Walthamstow in those days was a village above the Lea Valley, on the edge of Epping forest, but comfortably close to Lonmdon. He was the third of nine children (and the oldest son) of William and Emma Shelton Morris. His famile was well-to-do, and during Morris's youth became increasingly wealthy: at twenty-one, Morris (quite ironically, given his later political views) came into an annual income of £900, quite a tidy sum in those days. Morris's childhood was a happy one. He was spoiled by everyone, and was rather tempermental, as in fact he would be for the rest of his life: he would throw his dinner out of the window if he did not approve of the manner in which it had been prepared. He was smitten at a very early age, as many young gentlemen of his day were, with a great passion for all things mediaeval: at age four he began to read Sir Walter Scott's Waverley Novels , and he had finished them all by the time he was nine. His doting father presented him with a pony and a miniature suit of armor, and, in the character of a diminutive knight-errant, he went off on long quests into the depths of Epping Forest. He was rather a solitary child, close only to his sister Emma, and even in childhood was possessed of a romantic attachment to forests and gardens and flowers and birds which, with his interest in mediaevalism, would recur in his art, his poetry, and his fiction for the rest of his life.

32. William Bolcom
william Bolcom compositions include four violin sonatas; seven symphonies; two operas III and IV, featuring Bolcom and morris, are available on Centaur.
William Bolcom William Bolcom William Bolcom Composer/pianist WILLIAM BOLCOM was born in Seattle, Washington, in 1938. Exhibiting musical talent while still very young, he began (at age 11) private composition studies with John Verrall and piano lessons with Berthe Poncy Jacobson at the University of Washington. He continued to perform extensively in the Seattle area and throughout the Northwest. Bolcom earned his B.A. from the University of Washington in 1958, studied with Darius Milhaud at Mills College in California and at the Paris Conservatoire de Musique, and earned a doctorate in composition in 1964 from Stanford University, where he worked with Leland Smith. Returning to the Paris Conservatoire, he won the 2e Prix in Composition in 1965. While in Europe he began writing stage scores for theaters in West Germany, continuing at Stanford University, in Memphis, Tennessee, at Lincoln Center/New York, and the Yale Repertory Theater. Various awards throughout his career include:
  • a BMI award (1953)
  • two Guggenheim fellowships (1965 and 1968)
  • several Rockefeller Foundation awards
  • several NEA grants
  • the Marc Blitzstein Award (1966) from the Academy of Arts and Letters (for Dynamite Tonite , an opera for actors written with his long-time collaborator, Arnold Weinstein)
  • two Koussevitzky Foundation Awards (1976 and 1993) for the First Piano Quartet and the Lyric Concerto for Flute and Orchestra - written for James Galway
  • the Pulitzer Prize for music in 1988 for

morris, william. Alto Poetry william morris Poems Collection of poems. Art and Socialism - Lecture delivered by morris in 1884, provided by the Marxists Internet Archive. Centenary of the Death of
  • Alto Poetry: William Morris Poems - Collection of poems.
  • Art and Socialism - Lecture delivered by Morris in 1884, provided by the Marxists Internet Archive.
  • Centenary of the Death of William Morris - English Heritage - Images selected from the National Monuments Record to commemorate the centenary of William Morris's death in 1896. They include views of some of the houses inhabited by Morris and his family as well as images of work produced by Morris and Company. With notes on the pictures.
  • Encyclopedia of the Self: William Morris - Texts of Child Christopher and A Dream of John Ball, Etc.
  • 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.
  • How I Became a Socialist by William Morris - First published in Justice, June 16th, 1894. Online edition is a transcription from the Marxists Internet Archive.
  • 34. POW/MIA Honor Page Dedicated To George William Morris, Jr.
    Dedication page for George william morris, Jr., U.S. Air Force, Missing in Action since 1973 in South Vietnam.
    This Web Page is Dedicated to
    Rank/Branch: O3/ US Air Force
    Unit: 23rd Tactical Airlift Squadron, NKP TH
    Date of Birth: 16 September 1946 (Baltimore MD)
    Home City of Record: Alhambra CA
    Date of Loss: 27 January 1973
    Country of Loss: South Vietnam
    Loss Coordinates: 165145N 1071107E (YD328655)
    Status (in 1973): Missing In Action
    Category: 1 Acft/Vehicle/Ground: OV10A Other Personnel In Incident: Mark A Peterson (missing) SYNOPSIS: The OV10 Bronco was among the aircraft most feared by the Viet Cong and NVA forces. Whenever the Bronco appeared overhead, an air strike was certain to follow. Although the glassed-in cabin could become uncomfortably warm, it provided splendid visibility. The two-man crew had armor protection and could use machine guns and bombs to attack, as well as rockets to mark targets for fighter bombers. This versatility enabled the plane to fly armed reconnaissance missions, in addition to serving as vehicle for forward air controllers. 1Lt. Mark A. Peterson was pilot, and Capt. George W. Morris the co-pilot, of an OV10A aircraft with the mission of locating two downed Navy pilots on January 27, 1973 within hours of the signing of the Paris Peace Accords ending American military involvement in Vietnam. When the aircraft was over Quang Tri Province, South Vietnam, it was hit by enemy fire and both Peterson and Morris were forced to eject. Both safely parachuted to the ground and one was in radio contact with rescuers. However, neither could be located or rescued, apparently because of the enemy situation.

    35. William Morris Hunt Online
    william morris Hunt American Barbizon School Painter, 18241879 Guide to pictures of works by william morris Hunt in art museum sites and image archives
    William Morris Hunt art links/last verified May 5-7, 2004 Report errors and broken links here
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    William Morris Hunt
    [American Barbizon School Painter, 1824-1879]
    Studied under Thomas Couture
    Hunt's students included John La Farge and Elizabeth Duveneck
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    Paintings in Museums and Art Galleries: Metropolitan Museum of Art , New York
    12 works online
    National Gallery of Art, Washington D.C.

    Brigham Young University Museum of Art
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    Winged Fortune Fine Arts Museums of San Francisco Harn Museum at the University of Florida Florida Landscape Harvard University Art Museums , Massachusetts Joconde Database of French Museum Collections (in French) Smithsonian American Art Museum , Washington D.C. Springfield Museum of Art , Ohio Professional Tools: Artprice Pictures from Image Archives: Art Renewal Center William Morris Hunt at CGFA California State University WorldArt Web Kiosk Articles: Highbeam Research - Search Millions of Published Articles for William Morris Hunt (registration required to see full text of articles) Search Artcyclopedia: Artists by Name Artworks by Title Art Museums Or, browse artists...

    36. Home - Friends Red House
    Aim to acquire, preserve and educate about william morris's house in Bexley. History and visitor information, with online booking. Membership form, news, bibliography, FAQ and contact information.
    Friends of Red House Red House, Bexleyheath The Red House Well Built 1859 Contact Information for Friends of Red House: Chair: Linda Hubbard Tour Guide Co-ordinator: Linda Hubbard House Volunteer Co-ordinator: Shelia Youngs , Garden Volunteer Co-ordinator: Joe Chodha, Tel: 0208 300 4523 Membership Secretary: Pam Hewitt Membership Information Back to Frequently Asked Questions Send mail to Ann Allen with questions or comments about this web site.

    37. Ian Covell - William Morris : Dreamer Of Dreams
    Ian Covell. william morris Dreamer of Dreams. The book is very old, its fact william morris was an artist. Who Was william morris?
    Ian Covell
    William Morris : Dreamer of Dreams
    The book is very old, its hard red cover scuffed by the years, the edges of the pages unevenly cut, almost ragged. Idly, ignoring the spine, you turn to the title page. The Sundering Flood by William Morris. Its date of publication is at the bottom of the page in Roman numerals. Painstakingly you work it out. 1898. Very old, a first edition perhaps? Almost you replace it on its shelf, you haven't heard the author's name before. You relent, flick onward to the opening page of the story and read its first line. You frown, read the line again, then the next line, and the next. Breaking off you realise that you have read almost half a page. The shopkeeper is at your side, he asks if you want the book. You turn and ask its price. It seems reasonable the book is old, you may never see it again. One central truth is already obvious to you. William Morris was an artist. These essays will show some aspects of the man and his work, his beliefs and what may have shaped them, but everything will be pervaded by that one his work, his beliefs and what may have shaped them, but everything will be pervaded by that one fact: William Morris was an artist.
    Who Was William Morris?

    38. Illustration On Bob Speel's Website
    19th century illustration by Millais, Leighton, william morris and an extensive list of other British artists.
    Illustration on Bob Speel's website
    There were two great periods of illustration in the Victorian period: in the 1860s following the inspired drawings by the Pre-Raphaelites, and in the 1890s, including the private press movement and Arts and Crafts work by William Morris and like-minded people. These pages include several devoted to such illustrations, and this page shows what can be found so far:

    39. - William Morris (England - Inghilterra)
    Masters (Maestri). william morris. Walthamstow, Essex, England 1834 Hammersmith 1896. Biography (Biografia). william morris, England, (Great Building Online).
    Masters (Maestri) William Morris Walthamstow, Essex, England 1834 - Hammersmith 1896. Biography (Biografia)
    • William Morris , England Great Building Online) William Morris (1834-1896) . Famous as the founder of the Arts and Crafts Movement. He was born in Walthamstow, then a village, and moved to a grand residence there called Water House... WOKA LAMPS VIENNA : Arts and Crafts, William Morris 1819-1900 The Arts and Crafts Movement began in England in the 1860s as a reform movement. Its
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    40. The William Morris Gallery
    The william morris Gallery is part of London Borough of Waltham Forest s Lifelong Learning services. ABOUT THE GALLERY A history
    The William Morris Gallery is part of London Borough of Waltham Forest's Lifelong Learning services. ABOUT THE GALLERY
    A history of Water House and a description of the collections

    Picture Library and resources for Merchandising

    A free collection of William Morris designs

    Gallery Educational Resources

    Opening times, location, access and group visits
    THE GALLERY SHOP Publications and products featuring Morris's designs FRIENDS OF THE WMG Supporting our collections and activities LINKS ON THE WEB Links to other William Morris sites on the World Wide Web ON-LINE EXHIBITION A selection of works from the Gallery's collection MORRIS IN WALTHAM FOREST And other local attractions CHILDREN'S PAGE A quick quiz Home About The WMG Visiting Gallery Shop ... On-line Exhibition © William Morris Gallery 1997 Images and text published on the William Morris Gallery website are for reference use only and may not be reproduced without prior permission.

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