Inspired to find out more about William Morris’s life and times? Whatever your area of interest, we’ve gathered together some interesting links to help you explore further. Follow the links using the navigation bar above.
Places to visit lists museums, historic properties and libraries that hold related collections. Please check opening times and access arrangements with individual venues before setting out.
If you’d like to get more involved why not join one of the many societies that exist to promote understanding and appreciation of Morris and his contemporaries? We’ve listed those that relate to the Gallery’s collections, including the Friends of the William Morris Gallery and the William Morris Society.
We often get asked to recommend books and articles on Morris. Further reading contains selective reading lists for Morris, the Arts and Crafts Movement and the artist Frank Brangwyn. The literature is vast but we hope this offers a useful starting point.
There is no substitute for seeing an object first-hand in a museum or gallery, but online resources are a useful way to share knowledge.
Finally we’ve listed a miscellany of related links to organisations that have a synergy with Morris, including craft studios and charitable bodies.
These pages will be updated regularly so keep an eye out for new resources. Please note the William Morris Gallery is not responsible for, and does not necessarily endorse, the content of linked third-party sites.