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TOPSY: WILLIAM MORRIS Video. The life of William Morris was a crusade against the ugliness of the Industrial Revolution. In this program, art historian Douglas Skeggs addresses the many achievements of the boisterous and energetic "Topsy," 19th-century Great Britain's most influential designer, founder of the Arts and Crafts Movement, socialist reformer, and Tennyson's heir to the position of Poet Laureate-which he declined. Topics from every period of his life are discussed in evocative detail, including his intimate relationships with Dante Gabriel Rossetti and Edward Burne-Jones, the decorating of Red House, and the founding of Morris & Co. (57 minutes.) Art History, Art and Photography. 1996.
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