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:obscurity & curiosities from my library:
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kristacagg:

William Morris (1834-1896) was a little bit of everything. Poet, artist, socialist, manufacturer…to name a few. He idolized Chaucer, who he considered a chief master of poetry (I agree!), translated the Icelandic Sagas into English and experimented extensively in the art of vegetable dyeing.
Seen here is a cartoon he drew for a stained glass window: Guinevere and Iseult.
Much, much more information on Morris can be found here: http://www.avictorian.com/Morris_William.html

kristacagg:

William Morris (1834-1896) was a little bit of everything. Poet, artist, socialist, manufacturer…to name a few. He idolized Chaucer, who he considered a chief master of poetry (I agree!), translated the Icelandic Sagas into English and experimented extensively in the art of vegetable dyeing.

Seen here is a cartoon he drew for a stained glass window: Guinevere and Iseult.

Much, much more information on Morris can be found here: http://www.avictorian.com/Morris_William.html