Auteur: Mitchinson, John
Titel: On the Visionary Work and Revolutionary Life of an Idle Idol: William Morris
'In a life of only 62 years William Morris managed to be poet, painter, engraver, weaver, dyer, designer, printer, retailer and revolutionary, sometimes all at once. Littered with great quotes and anecdotes, Mitchinson's polemic illustrates how Morris, the compulsive over-achiever, is such a great inspiration to those concerned with downshifting and kicking our tawdry, dull culture into touch.' Letterpress printed on Zerkall 145gsm mould made paper, quarter-bound in the Morris style, white linen spine with Ingres covered boards. Frontispiece illustration by Edward Burne-Jones with two facing Morris floral borders.
2010, 24 pag., Euro 35
Bracketpress, Rochdale, ISBN
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