William Morris by Frederick Hollyer
by Frederick Hollyer
Until 4 July 2008
Frederick Hollyer (1838-1933) was one of the most important photographers of the late Victorian period and a friend to many artists. His photographs of Morris range from informal studies of him and their mutual friend Edward Burne-Jones to more formal portraits of the great designer and thinker.
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Hold Still photography workshop
Reflect on your own experiences of lockdown through this easy-to-do from home, photographic exercise.
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