Useful Websites

You may find some of the sites below useful in furthering your knowledge and interest in Emery Walker, William Morris and the Arts and Crafts Movement: – A site dedicated to the Arts and Crafts Movement full of useful information, further links and a noticeboard. It is hosted by the Cheltenham Art Gallery and Museum which is home of the Emery Walker Library. – The website of the worldwide William Morris Society. It has copious information about the Society’s events as well as more general information on Morris and the Arts and Crafts Movement.  It also provides a number of links to sites on the Arts and Crafts Movement, Fine Printing and Book Arts, Morris-related products and services, and general Victorian sites, although with an American bias as it is hosted by the US Morris Society. – A commercial font site but with much useful information and history on all aspects of type design and printing, including Emery Walker and William Morris. – The website of the St Bride Printing Library in London, which Emery Walker helped to found. It contains an unrivalled collection and library on the history of printing, including material by and about Walker. – An extensive and well-organised site on all aspects of Victorian history, including the Arts and Crafts movement, with numerous links and illustrations. – The Society of Antiquaries of London – The Art Workers Guild – The Society for the Protection of Ancient Buildings – The Victorian Society – Cheltenham Museum and Art Gallery – Kelmscott Manor – Christopher Vickers is a specialist craftsman-designer of Arts & Crafts furniture, metalwork and lighting. Original designs, and replicas made to the original drawings and designs of CFA Voysey, Ernest Gimson, Sidney Barnsley and others. – Cotswold museum of design pioneer Gordon Russell. – Charles Francis Annesley Voysey Society