William Morris Gallery. Lloyd Park, Forest Road, Walthamstow, London, E17 4PP. The Gallery — “the place of Morris’ birth — has been transformed to create a new world-class destination and international centre of excellence for the study of Morris, where visitors can enjoy the most intense and personal encounter with one of the foremost creative artists and original thinkers of the nineteenth century. Both the William Morris Gallery and the Gardens [were] opened on 2 August — in time for the London 2012 Olympic and Paralympic Games.” — the Gallery Website, [Click on images to enlarge them.]

Left: View of the Gardens from window in the Gallery. Right: A room on the ground floor displaying a painting by Burne-Jones, fabrics, a painted music cabinet, and ceramics — a works related to both Morris and Morris & Co.

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References

Morris and Company. London: The Fine Art Society, 1979.

The William Morris Gallery, Walthamstow. [The museum's own site.] Web. 11 October 2012.


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