ABSTRACT

Philip Webb was a British architect known as a founder of the Arts and Crafts movement and also a key member of the Pre-Raphaelite circle. He had a long association with William Morris and was responsible for the design of the hugely influential Red House, Morris’s first home. Webb's letters will be of interest to art and architecture historians.

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LETTERS 1899–1902

chapter 626|3 pages

• To Sydney Cockerell, 23 February 1899

chapter 628|16 pages

• To John William Mackail, 6 April 1899

chapter 639|33 pages

• To Giacomo Boni, 6 July 1899

chapter 660|2 pages

• To Jane Morris, 21 December 1899

chapter 662|1 pages

• To William Weir, 29 January 1900

chapter 663|4 pages

• To Giacomo Boni, about 5 February 1900

chapter 666|13 pages

• To Jane Morris, 21 February 1900

chapter 673|2 pages

• To Giacomo Boni, 13 April 1900

chapter 675|4 pages

• To Wilfrid Scawen Blunt, 7 May 1900

chapter 679|6 pages

• To John Francis Bentley, 15 May 1900

chapter 684|1 pages

• To Sydney Cockerell, 28 May 1900

chapter 685|1 pages

• To Sydney Cockerell, 31 May 1900

chapter 686|10 pages

• To Sydney Cockerell, 4 June 1900

chapter 694|4 pages

• To Joseph Bowley and Son, 19 June 1900

chapter 698|4 pages

• To Wilfrid Scawen Blunt, 1 July 1900

chapter 702|21 pages

• To Sydney Cockerell, 9 July 1900

chapter 724|1 pages

• To Sydney Cockerell, 11 November 1900

chapter 725|6 pages

• To Elizabeth H. Flower, 18 November 1900

chapter 732|1 pages

• To Sydney Cockerell, 30 December 1900

chapter 733|1 pages

• To Margaret Dickinson, 1 January 1901

chapter 734|17 pages

• To Elizabeth H. Flower, 4 January 1901

chapter 746|1 pages

• To Sydney Cockerell, 19 February 1901

chapter 747|39 pages

• To Elizabeth H. Flower, 21 February 1901

chapter 775|3 pages

• To Wilfrid Scawen Blunt, 10 August 1901

chapter 777|38 pages

• To Sydney Cockerell, 27 August 1901

chapter 806|3 pages

• To William Hale White, 21 February 1902

chapter 808|5 pages

• To George Washington Jack, 10 March 1902

chapter 812|1 pages

• To Joseph Bowley and Son, 7 April 1902

chapter 813|11 pages

• To Emery Walker, 14 April 1902

chapter 842|21 pages

• To Sydney Cockerell, 1 September 1902