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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, né le 24 mars 1834 à Walthamstow, Essex (aujourd'hui dans le borough londonien de Waltham Forest) et mort le 3 octobre 1896 à Hammersmith, Londres, est un fabricant, designer textile, imprimeur, écrivain, poète, conférencier, peintre, dessinateur et architecte britannique, célèbre à la fois pour ses œuvres littéraires, son engagement politique libertaire, son travail ...

  3. William Morris. William Morris (24 March 1834 – 3 October 1896) was a revolutionary force in Victorian Britain: his work as an artist, designer, craftsman, writer and socialist dramatically changed the fashions and ideologies of the era.

  4. William Morris started designing wallpapers in the early 1860’s, at a period when most wallpapers were generally formal in design, in a repeating pattern. Though naturally-inspired patterns have always been found in fabric and wallpaper design, William Morris introduced a new version of naturalistic patterns to wallpaper and fabric.

  5. William Morris as a Craftsman In his design career, William Morris produced textiles of several types, all emphasizing a return to hand-made values. He taught himself tapestry weaving, and – in the Victorian age of industrialization and mechanization – re-established hand-blocked printing for cotton and linen fabrics.

  6. 02/11/2021 · During his career, William Morris produced over 50 wallpapers. These designs – many of which feature in the V&A's extensive Morris collection – adopted a naturalistic and very British take on pattern that was both new and quietly radical. Remember that a pattern is either right or wrong. It ...

  7. William Morris, even after his retirement in 2007, has a special place in the history of modern sculpture in glass. His anthropological empathy, his respect for communal ancestors and civilizations long past, and his uncanny ability to make glass look like everything except, well, glass, certainly created a profound body of work that continues to fascinate audiences.

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