William Morris to Whistler by Walter Crane

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Author Crane, Walter, 1845-1915
LoC No. 19008369
Title William Morris to Whistler
Papers and addresses on art and craft and the commonweal.
Note "With illustrations from drawings by the author & other sources"
Contents William Morris and his work -- The English revival in decorative art -- The socialist ideal as a new inspiration in art -- On the study and practice of art -- On some of the arts and crafts allied to architecture -- Notes on colour embroidery and its treatment -- Notes on early Italian gesso work -- Notes on the treatment of animals in art -- Modern aspects of life and the sense of beauty -- A short survey of the art of the nineteenth century -- Art and the commonweal -- The apotheosis of "The Butterfly."
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Language English
LoC Class NK: Fine Arts: Decorative and Applied Arts, Decoration and Ornament
Subject Art
Subject Arts and crafts movement -- Great Britain
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EBook-No. 53954
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