William Morris

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Diary

Kehinde Wiley’s glorious portraits of 21st-century Dalston women in Walthamstow

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Books

The Arts and Crafts special relationship: how the British movement permeated US design culture

Companion book to an exhibition at the University of Texas at Austin offers new dimensions on the vast subject

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Restoration

Urgent revamp of William Morris’s country home to go ahead after £4.3m grant

UK National Lottery award will also fund a new education centre at the Victorian designer’s 16th-century Kelmscott Manor

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William Morris

Books: William Morris and creating a social fabric

An indispensable book on Morris’s revolutionary cloth designs and techniques—and the political views that inspired them

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Books

Book Review: The first in-depth study of Pre-Raphaelite stained glass

Angels and Icons is an important contribution to Pre-Raphaelite studies and a welcome addition to scholarship on post-Medieval stained glass in Britain

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Pre-Raphaelites

Books: William Morris and Edward Burne-Jones presented in an unfamiliar light

Collaboration and contradiction in the Pre-Raphaelite world

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National Trust

National Trust buys William Morris’s house

Red House, Bexleyheath, to be preserved for the nation

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National Trust

William Morris’s house for the National Trust?

National Trust considers acquiring the Red House, Bexleyheath

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Victorian Art

Visions of Love and Life: Pre-Raphaelites light up the Birmingham Museum and Art Gallery

This year appears to be the year of the Pre-Raphaelite, with yet another major show on the way

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Exhibitions

William Morris any way you like at the V&A

A major survey that leaves interpretation of his achievements to the visitor

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William Morris

Victoria and Albert loses out on William Morris collection

Berger collection to go to Huntington after two-year silence from the London museum