Friends Talk: May Morris, a daughter's story

  • 2 November 2017
  • 19:30
  • Organised by the Friends of William Morris Gallery. Doors open half an hour before the advertised start time. Book online with Eventbrite.

Alan Crawford shares his views of May Morris' life and work, to accompany the exhibition.

Alan Crawford is a historian of the decorative arts and architecture, notably on the Arts and Crafts movement, an area of study on which he has published extensively including a seminal study C.R. Ashbee: Architect, Designer and Romantic Socialist (Yale University Press, 1985), inspired and supported by Nikolaus Pevsner whom Alan met while a student at Oxford. Alan’s extensive knowledge and interest in the figures of the movement led to his contributing several entries for the Oxford Dictionary of National Biography (2004). He is a former chairman of the Victorian Society, and was an early member of the Design History Society.

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