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Work: 1859-1860 (creation)
Image Date: 1983
site: Bexleyheath, Bexley, Greater London, England, United Kingdom
brick (clay product); Flemish bond
Arts and Crafts (movement)
The only house commissioned, created and lived in by William Morris, founder of the Arts & Crafts movement, Red House is a building of extraordinary architectural and social significance.
Designed by Philip Webb and completed in 1860, it was described by Edward Burne-Jones as 'the beautifullest place on earth'. The rooms at Red House give a unique view of William and Janey's life and the establishment of what later became Morris & Co.
Red House boasts original features and furniture by Morris and Philip Webb, stained glass and paintings by Burne-Jones and embroidery by Janey and Bessie Burden. -- https://www.nationaltrust.org.uk/red-house#Overview
Photographer: Wilson, Richard Guy
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