March 2005
Piecework;Mar/Apr2005, Vol. 13 Issue 2, p25
The article reveals that the Art Gallery of South Australia in Adelaide has the largest collection of Morris furnishings outside Great Britain. It offers information on several images used in an article in the March 2005 issue which came from the book "Morris & Co." The article also reports on the availability of the book "Morris & Co.: Designs and Patterns."


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