List of Figures and Credits

Kelmscott fonts on the cover page of this issue provided courtesy of Dover Publications Inc.

Figures in Michaela Braesel’s

William Morris and “Authenticity”

  1. William Morris. “Guendolen,” 1856, ink and watercolour on vellum, 24,7 x 19,3 cm. Courtesy of Sotheby’s.
  2. William Morris. “The Iron Man,” 1857, watercolour and gold paint on vellum, 23,5 x 37 cm. Courtesy of Wormsley Library, Bucks.
  3. William Morris. A Book of Verse, 1870, ink, watercolour and gold on paper by C. Ansell, 279 x 216 mm. Victoria & Albert Museum, NAL, L. 131-1953, pp. 32-33. © V&A Images/Victoria and Albert museum, London.
  4. Morris & Co. Furniture of the Sussex Range. A Page from the Morris & Co. Catalogue.
  5. William Morris. “Daisy Embroidery,” early 1860s, worked by Jane Morris, Elisabeth Burden and others; woollen ground, embroidered with wools, 167 x 299 cm. Courtesy of the Society of Antiquaries, London (Kelmscott Manor). Photographer, Nigel Fisher.
  6. Jean Froissart. Chronicles, late 15th century. MS Harley 4380, fol. 1r. Courtesy of the British Library, London.
  7. William Morris. Wallpaper “Daisy,“ 1862 /1863. Block-printed paper. England, 1862. © V&A Images/Victoria and Albert museum, London.
  8. William Morris. “Queen Guinevere” / “La Belle Iseult,” 1858, oil on canvas, 71,8 x 50,2 cm. Courtesy of the Tate Gallery, London.
  9. William Morris (attributed). Painting on a settee, Hall, Red House. ©NTPL/ John Hammond. Courtesy of the National Trust Photo Library (U.K.)
  10. William Morris. “Iseult boarding the ship,“ ca. 1857-1860, pencil and ink, 51 x 41 cm. Courtesy of the William Morris Gallery, London Borough Waltham Forest.
  11. Edward Burne-Jones. “Angeli Laudantes,” Morris & Co., 1894. © V&A Images/Victoria and Albert museum, London.
  12. “Verdure for Philippe the Good,” 1466. Courtesy of the Historisches Museum, Bern.

Figures in Phillippa Bennett’s

A Legacy of “Great Wonders”: The Last Romances of William Morris and the Kelmscott Press

1. Walter Crane. Illustration of the Princess’s Book for The Story of the Glittering Plain. Courtesy of Dover Publications Inc.
2. Walter Crane. Illustration of the Ship of the Warriors of the Raven for The Story of the Glittering Plain. Courtesy of Dover Publications Inc.
3. Arthur Gaskin. Illustration for The Well at the World’s End. Reproduction of image pending copyright permission from the Pierpont Morgan Library, New York.
4. Edward Burne-Jones. Illustration for The Well at the World’s End. Reproduction of image pending copyright permission from the Pierpont Morgan Library, New York.
5. Edward Burne-Jones. Frontispiece for The Wood Beyond the World. Courtesy of Dover Publications Inc.
6. William Morris. Decorated page from the Kelmscott Press edition of The Well at the World’s End. Courtesy of the British Library.

N. B. The reproduction of any image in this issue is strictly forbidden without copyright permission from the copyright holders.

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