Members' Afternoon Preview: Anarchy and Beauty: William Morris and his Legacy 1860-1960

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15 October 2014, 14:00-16:00

Main Hall

  • For Members and Associates

William Morris, by George Frederic Watts, 1870 - NPG  - © National Portrait Gallery, London

William Morris
by George Frederic Watts
NPG 1078

This exhibition explores the work and ideas of the great Victorian artist-craftsman, designer, poet and visionary thinker, William Morris. His concept of art for the people, and his highly original vision of a new form of society in which art could flourish has reverberated through the centuries and still affects us today. The exhibition features portraits of Morris, his contemporaries and his successors including Dante Gabriel Rossetti, Edward Burne-Jones, Bernard Leach and Terence Conran together with objects such as books, furniture, jewellery and ceramics.

Please bring your Membership card with you to ensure entry.
No need to RSVP for this event; Members are welcome to bring a guest.

Part of the programme of events complementing Anarchy and Beauty: William Morris and his Legacy 1860-1960