Love is Enough: At Home with Jane and William Morris

by Suzanne Fagence Cooper

Due to the recent surge in Covid-19 cases this talk will now be a live on-line talk only as we will NOT be able to meet in the Cirencester Baptist Church hall. Details on how to see the talk will be provided to Members by email a few days before the talk.

January 26th (starts at 7:15 pm online)

Love is Enough: At Home with Jane and William Morris

William Morris wrote, 'The secret of true happiness lies in taking a genuine interest in all the details of daily life.'

This talk looks at the houses and works of art that Jane and William Morris made together, from Red House to Kelmscott Manor. Through newly revealed letters and diaries, furniture, wall-hangings and beautiful books, we can explore the pioneering life they embraced with their artist friends.

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Images courtesy of Suzanne Fagence Cooper and the Society of Antiquaries

Suzanne Fagence Cooper

Suzanne Fagence Cooper was a Curator and Research Fellow at the V&A Museum for 12 years, and now a Visiting Fellow at the University of York.