Morris & Co.

by Christopher Menz

188 pages

Published by the Art Gallery of South Australia, this substantial catalogue accompanies the touring exhibition Morris & Co. A sumptuous full colour publication, which includes photographs and sketches as well as large fold-out pages showcasing William Morris' beautiful designs.

Morris & Co: Designs and Patterns from the Art Gallery of South Australia

by Robert Reason

Soft cover,
64 pages

This publication includes twenty-nine copyright free patterns from the Morris & Company workshops. Each design is accompanied by a brief history. A perfect book for artists and designers as well as all those interested in the stunning patterns of William Morris.

Morris & Company Pre-Raphaelites and the Arts and Crafts Movement in South Australia

by Christopher Menz
144 pages

The Art Gallery of South Australia houses the largest collection of Morris & Company textiles and other Arts and Crafts furnishings outside of Britain. The origins of this large collection are explored and explained in this informative and wonderfully illustrated book.

William Morris

by Arthur Clutton-Brock
255 pages

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First published in the early twentieth-century by distinguished English art critic and essayist, this book has been newly republished with over 120 updated illustrations. The original text provides further insight into the life and work of William Morris.

The Beauty of Life: William Morris and the Art of Design

edited by Diane Waggoner
Soft cover,
176 pages

Through eight essays accompanied by 128 illustrations, this book explores William Morris’ life and the establishment of Morris & Company.

The Arts and Crafts Movement

by Rosalind P. Blakesley
272 pages

A comprehensive survey on all aspects of the Arts and Crafts movement, including the decorative arts, architecture, landscape design, furniture and painting. Beautifully illustrated with 250 colour photographs.

William Morris and the Arts and Crafts Home

by Pamela Todd
192 pages

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A celebration of William Morris’ genius for decoration and design in his own homes as well as those of others. This book demonstrates how his style can be applied in the contemporary home. A definitive source book for those decorating in the Arts and Crafts style.

Beth Russell's William Morris Needlepoint: Revised Edition

by Beth Russell and photographs by Jan Baldwin

135 pages

Beth Russell has beautifully adapted 23 of William Morris' designs to create an original needlepoint collection for the home. Create cushions, rugs and wall-hangings plus much more using these easy to follow instructions which include material guides and colour charts. Illustrated with over 80 colour photographs.