In spring 2016 the William Morris Gallery convened the first conference dedicated to May Morris exploring her life and multi-faceted career as a designer, embroiderer, teacher and activist as well as the pivotal role she played in preserving and shaping her father's legacy. This publication brings together essays presented at the conference from a host of expert contributors covering all aspects of the life and work of May Morris. The conference is the precursor to the major exhibition, 'May Morris: Art & Life', currently on display at the gallery.
Published by Friends of The William Morris Gallery
Paperback – 253 pages - 2017
ISBN 978 19108 85529