May Morris : Arts & Crafts Designer
by Anna Mason , Rowan Bain , Jan Marsh , Hanna Faurby , Jenny Lister
Editor: Thames & Hudson Ltd
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Can Morris, the youngest daughter of influential designer William Morris, one of the main female contributors to the Arts and Crafts MovementShe ran from the embroidery department of her father’s famous firm Morris & Co.and had a brilliant freelance career, as designer, manufacturer, and exhibitor, founder of the women’s Guild of Arts in 1907, and to undertake a lecture tour in the United States between the years 1909 and 1910Can approach embroidery was innovative and widely influential in the UK and abroad, but his important contribution to embroidery was often eclipsed by the achievements of his famous fatherPeut Morris: Arts & Crafts Designer is a pretty introduction to May, exquisite images, including near photographs of his embroideriesThe book is divided into five chapters-Sketches and Watercolours, Wallpapers and Embroidery, Book and Drawing Covers, Peut Morris and The Art of Dress and Jewellery and Goldsmithery, each opening with an introductory text, followed by catalogue entries with long captionsDisseminated in chronological order of the arrangement of objects are function of the deviations by emphasizing the particular aspects of Mai Morris
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