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Arts-Crafts

Britain, Late 19th Century

Predominantly English, the Arts and Crafts Movement was a celebration of individual craftsmanship and design, which developed as a reaction against transformation of Britain during the industrial revolution. William Morris, who spearheaded the movement, is particularly remembered as a book designer. He also produced textiles, stained glass, and wallpaper — in addition to being a painter and writer. The movement was closely tied to the Pre-RaphaelitesBurne-Jones and Rossetti, among others, produced designs for Morris' company.


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3 Galleries
       Burne-Jones, Sir Edward Coley [English, 1833-1898] (3 Images)
       Miscellaneous Arts-Crafts Art (No Images or Galleries Found)
       Rossetti, Dante Gabriel [English, 1828-1882] (45 Images)
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