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RE-DISCOVERED TREASURES: Morris and Co. Embroidery Designs
Exhibition: 14th November 2013 - 13th February 2014
Re-discovered after many years, our current exhibition is of 10 previously unknown and unseen beautiful drawings for embroidery designs from Morris and Co.
The drawings were originally discovered in an attic room of Kelmscott House, Hammersmith and then disappeared before being brought back to the William Morris Society premises in the coach house of Kelmscott House This exhibition allows us an opportunity to have another fresh glimpse at the prolific creativity of Morris and his fellow designers whilst further research is currently underway to identify the pieces breathing new life into these newly re-discovered gems.
Visiting the House
The Society's premises are open on Thursday and Saturday afternoons from 14.00 to 17.00 and at other times by appointment. School groups and private tours are welcomed.
Please note that the Society's premises are in the coach house and basement. Kelmscott House itself is privately owned and not open to the public
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The Winter 2013 number of the Journal (Volume XX, No. 3) will shortly be available, and contains articles on William Morris and Robert Browning, William Morris and William Cobbett, and the life of Georgiana Burne-Jones in Rottingdean, Sussex. Read more Read More