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William Morris

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William Morris, by Sir William Blake Richmond, circa 1880s - NPG 1938 - © National Portrait Gallery, London

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William Morris

by Sir William Blake Richmond
oil on canvas, circa 1880s
26 1/8 in. x 20 1/4 in. (664 mm x 514 mm) overall
Purchased, 1922
Primary Collection
NPG 1938

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  • William Morris (1834-1896), Poet, craftsman and socialist. Sitter in 67 portraits.

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  • Sir William Blake Richmond (1842-1921), Painter; son of George Richmond. Artist associated with 16 portraits, Sitter in 16 portraits.

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