As noted on the William Morris Society (UK) website, an exciting discovery has been made in an attic room of Kelmscott House
RE-DISCOVERED TREASURES: Morris and Co. Embroidery Designs
Exhibition: 14th November 2013 - 13th February 2014
after many years, our current exhibition is of 10 previously unknown
and unseen beautiful drawings for embroidery designs from Morris and Co.
drawings were originally discovered in an attic room of Kelmscott
House, Hammersmith and then disappeared before being brought back to the
William Morris Society premises in the coach house of Kelmscott House
This exhibition allows us an opportunity to have another fresh glimpse
at the prolific creativity of Morris and his fellow designers whilst
further research is currently underway to identify the pieces breathing
new life into these newly re-discovered gems.
And on Twitter this week:
~ Kelmscott Manor has a very active YouTube channel! So much to see... check it out here.
~ The William Morris Gallery updated their "What's On" page on their website.
~ Red House is justly proud of their newly acquired Philip Webb water jug and tweeted a picture of it. They're also repainting (by brush) rooms so that they appear as they would have in Morris's time. Out with the white, in with the mustard!
And Morris gets the final word:
~The University of Maryland's Special Collections exhibit of Morris tweets as "How We Might Live" @WmMorrisUMD. They often quote the highly quotable Morris and this week a particular favourite was:
"No man is good enough to be another's master."
What he said!