May Morris: A Remarkable Woman at the William Morris Society

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May Morris, William Morris’s younger daughter, trainined within the family firm and at the National School of Art (later RCA) and became a noted craftswoman, designer, editor, Socialist and a leading figure in the Arts & Crafts movement, specialising in textiles and jewellery.

This exhibition illustrates several aspects of May Morris’s life and career. It is drawn from the WMS collection, which has a number of objects not previously exhibited, together with a small number of loan items.

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