Edited by Linda Parry
London: Philip Wilson, 1996
Accompanying a huge show at The Victoria and Albert Museum, this is a comprehensive survey of Morris's staggering achievements as furniture, fabric and tile manufacturer and book publisher.
The pioneering spirit of the Arts and Crafts movement, and a socialist, Morris used his family wealth and huge commercial success to turn the tide of Victorian England from pure commerce to a respect for traditional craftsmanship, altering the very nature of his age.
Softcover. 384 pages.