William Morris and the Middle Ages: A Collection of Essays, Together with a Catalogue of Works Exhibited at the Whitworth Art Gallery, 28 September-8 December 1984
Joanna Banham, Jennifer Harris
Manchester University Press, 1984 - Art - Grande-Bretagne - 19e siècle - Expositions - 225 pages
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