On the Road to BEAUTY: William Morris

“Beauty, which is what is meant by art, using the word in its widest sense, is, I contend, no mere accident to human life, which people can take or leave as they choose, but a positive necessity of life, if we are to live as nature meant us to; that is, unless we are content to be less than men.”

William Morris, 1880

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2 Responses to On the Road to BEAUTY: William Morris

  1. Lovely to see this quote Angela and the beauty alongside it. William Morris is a favourite of mine! 🙂

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