Considered one of the most prominent actors of the Victorian era,
William Morris (1843-1896) was a poet, artist, designer, and
editor, and did not hesitate to express his socialist political
views, which at the time were frowned upon by the
estalishment.His encounters with Rossetti and Burne-Jones, as
well as his religious studies, made him a man of manifold
talents. From this mixture of genres, William Morris would go on
to construct... more...