William Morris was a nineteenth-century British philosopher, poet, and textile designer. He was known for helping to revive handcrafted designs during the Industrial Revolution when mass production was becoming increasingly commonplace. Approximately 130 pieces from the Sanderson Archive will be featured in this exhibition to highlight how Morris’ nature-inspired wallpaper designs influenced future generations.
• 11/17 (Sat.) ~ 12/27 (Thu.)
• Closed: Mon. (open if hol. and closed the next day)
• Adult: ¥1,000, college student: ¥500, HS and under: free
• Kurume City Art Museum
• 2F Main Bldg., 1015 Nonaka-machi, Kurume City, Fukuoka
《ピンパーネル（るりはこべ）》1876年印刷 ©Morris & Co.
《ゴールデン・リリー（黄金のゆり）》1899年印刷 ©Morris & Co.