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|Additional Physical Format:||Online version:
Crane, Walter, 1845-1915.
William Morris to Whistler.
London, G. Bell & Sons ltd., 1911
|Named Person:||Walter Crane|
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|Notes:||Title within ornamental border.
Originally published in various periodicals.
|Description:||x, 277,  pages illustrations (including portraits) 20 cm|
|Contents:||William Morris and his work.--The English revival in decorative art.--The socialist ideal as a new inspiration in art.--On the study and practice of art.--On some of the arts and crafts allied to architecture.--Notes on colour embroidery and its treatment.--Notes on early Italian gesso work.--Notes on the treatment of animals in art.--Modern aspects of life and the sense of beauty.--A short survey of the art of the nineteenth century, chiefly in England, with some notes on recent developments.--Art and the commonweal.--The apotheosis of "The Butterfly."|
|Responsibility:||by Walter Crane; with illustrations from drawings by the author & other sources.|