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  1. William Morris tuvo, sin lugar a dudas, una gran influencia histórica en las artes visuales y en el diseño industrial del siglo XIX. El movimiento de artes y oficios pretendía volver a la manufactura artesanal contrastada con la producción industrial de la época y así hacer llegar la cultura a las áreas menos pudientes de la sociedad.

  2. William Morris wurde am 24. März 1834 im Elm House in Walthamstow bei London geboren, damals noch ein kleines Dorf jenseits der Großstadt. Sein Vater war Partner in einer Börsenmaklerfirma und hinterließ nach seinem Tod 1847 der Familie ein großes Vermögen.

  3. William Morris (24 March 1834 – 3 October 1896) was a revolutionary force in Victorian Britain whose work dramatically changed the fashions and ideologies of the era. As a craftsman, designer, poet, printer, socialist, novelist, and environmentalist, Morris was not only influential in his own time, but his legacy remains alive and important today.

  4. William Morris (Walthamstow, Inglaterra, 24 de marzo de 1834-3 de octubre de 1896) fue un arquitecto, diseñador y maestro textil, traductor, poeta, novelista y activista socialista.

  5. The William Morris Gallery displays the life and work of the radical Victorian designer, craftsman and campaigner, William Morris, and explores his continuing relevance today.

  6. 14/12/2021 · William Morris, (born March 24, 1834, Walthamstow, near London, England—died October 3, 1896, Hammersmith, near London), English designer, craftsman, poet, and early socialist, whose designs for furniture, fabrics, stained glass, wallpaper, and other decorative arts generated the Arts and Crafts movement in England and revolutionized Victorian taste.

  7. 30/03/2021 · William Morris is best known as the 19th century's most celebrated designer, but he was also a driven polymath who spent much of his life fighting the consensus. A key figure in the Arts & Crafts Movement, Morris championed a principle of handmade production that didn't chime with the Victorian era's focus on industrial 'progress'.

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