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LOVE IS ENOUGH: WILLIAM MORRIS AND ANDY WARHOL │ Modern Art Oxford → 8 March 2015

The Attainment: The Vision of the Holy Grail to Sir Galahad, Sir Bors, and Sir Perceval (also known as The Achievement of the Grail or The Achievement of Sir Galahad, accompanied by Sir Bors, and Sir Perceval). 857 more words

Guardian

Rembrandt, Morris, Ming & Co.

I’ve been busy with cultural activities over the past two weeks, all in London, so apologies to anyone reading this who doesn’t have easy access to the galleries I mention. 514 more words

Art

Edwardian Art Nouveau Plunger Bath, Featured In The World Of Interiors

This beautiful antique Edwardian cast iron plunger bath, was featured in the March edition of Conde Nast’s publication, The World Of Interiors. This stunning piece is finished in a beautiful blue enamel, with a mahogany frame and is set with a run of original art nouveau William de Morgan tulip tiles. 100 more words

London Salvage

Wasted Time

Do not think it wasted time to submit yourself to any influence that will bring upon you any noble feeling. — John James Ruskin

John Ruskin (February 8, 1819 – January 20, 1900) was the leading English art critic of Victorian England, also an art patron, painter, writer, philosopher and philanthropist, and finally social thinker.

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Gustav Stickley

The House of the Wolfings by William Morris CHAPTER 3

CHAPTER III.

But yet sat Thiodolf under the Hall-Sun for a while as one in deep thought; till at last as he stirred, his sword clattered on him; and then he lifted up his eyes and looked down the hall and saw no man stirring, so he stood up and settled his raiment on him, and went forth, and so took his ways through the hall-door, as one who hath an errand. 3,987 more words

Marcel Pontbriand