The first comprehensive survey of the tile designs of Morris and his fellow workers, from the earliest examples c.1860. Authors; Richard and Hilary Myers. Cloth cover 152pp, 40 colour plates, 250 B/w illustrations.
A detailed account of De Morgans' achievements as a tile designer, with essays on his sources and technical innovations. Author; Jon Catleugh. Paperback, 184pp, 24 colour plates, over 270 b/w illustrations.
William De Morgan was one of the most important ceramic designers of the 19th century. He was a leading figure in the Arts & Crafts circle of William Morris and the later pre-raphealites. The book is a complete record of the collection of designs in the V&A Museum, in London. Author; Martin greenwood. Cloth cover, 250pp, 350 colour plates, over 1200 b/w illustrations.