If you’re a fan of the Arts and Crafts movement, you won’t want to miss Drawing with Light: Photographs from the William Morris Society Collection. Highlighting the importance of photography within Arts and Crafts, the exhibition brings together images of original Morris & Co works and previously unseen images of William Morris, his family and homes, taken by the Victorian photographers Emery Walker, Frederick Hollyer, Robert Parsons and Arthur Halcrow Verstage. Catch it until 30 March 2019 at the Coach House, Kelmscott House, Hammersmith.
Above: Photogravure of a photograph of William Morris, aged 54 (1834–1896), taken by Emery Walker on 19 January 1889
Right: Jane Morris, 1865, posed by Dante Gabriel Rossetti, photograph taken by Robert Parsons in the garden of Rossetti’s London home