A great Victorian in the Home Counties
In 1860 William Morris and his wife Jane settled in Red House, Bexleyheath, a house designed by Morris and Philip Webb to be a ‘Palace of Art’. It was around this time that Morris was founding the decorative arts firm Morris, Marshall, Faulkner & Co in London, which was succeeded by Morris & Co, whose medieval-inspired design and respect for traditional craftsmanship had a huge influence, particularly on the flourishing Arts & Crafts movement.
Join Prof. Anne Anderson and Dr Scott Anderson as we explore Red House, Little Holland House, Charleston Farmhouse and Standen House.
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