I do not want art for a few, any more than education for a few, or freedom for a few
- William Morris ; portrait drawn and engraved by Steven Lee-Davis.
- [Rochester, New York]: [William Morris Society, U.S.], 2014.
- Physical description
- 1 sheet : illustration ; 36 x 23 cm
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- Morris, William, 1834-1896 > Posters.
- Morris, William, 1834-1896 > Style.
- Printing > Great Britain > History > 19th century.
- Publishers and publishing > Great Britain > History > 19th century.
- Type and type-founding > New York (State) > Rochester > 21st century > Specimens.
- Morris, William, 1834-1896.
- Publishers and publishing.
- Style, Literary.
- Type and type-founding.
- Great Britain.
- New York (State) > Rochester.
- Publication date
- Title from broadside text.
- "Our [The William Morris Society] broadside, which is an original portrait of Morris by woodcut artist Steven Lee-Davis, paired with a quote from Morris, has arrived. It was printed by the artist on one of the original presses used by Morris for the Kelmscott Press, in a limited edition of 100 numbered and signed copies. The broadside was printed on Zerkall paper, which was cut to retain a deckle on one edge. The typefaces used include Ornament, Troy, and Golden -- all of which were designed by Morris. The final print size is 9x14 inches."--The William Morris Society Facebook page.
- "This limited edition broadside was printed by hand on the original Kelmscott-Goudy Press upon commission of the WIlliam Morris Society, U.S. Portrait drawn and engraved by Steven Lee-Davis. November, 2014."