Presentation on theme: "William Morris The Art of Industrialism Tyler Weber Social studies Paula Meckes November 17 th, 2014."— Presentation transcript:
William Morris The Art of Industrialism Tyler Weber Social studies Paula Meckes November 17 th, 2014
Who: famous artist of the time William Morris “poet and artist” William was born in 1834 and died in 1896. Occupation were Artist, Designer, Writer, and Socialist He believed that industrially manufactured items lacked the honesty of traditional craft work. Influence, architecture, furniture making and the decorative arts, such as interior design, started to displayed the simplicity and crafts approach.
Why: was the Art Movement of 1880-1910 a ‘‘Rebellion’’ The arts and crafts movement was an international design movement that flourished between 1880 to 1910. William Morris wrote, ‘‘the middle ages was a period of greatness in the art of the common people…’’ He rebellion to theinsdustrial factory because of cheap product, dull furniture, affordable, mass production threatened creativity, individuaslity and many workers.
What: Describe types of Art Ornamental Objects Floral Fabrics Weaving Metal Work Jewelry Enameling Ceramics Wallpaper Textile design Socialism Medievalism
How: is this considered a Rebellion, Against the Industrialism Cheap product Dull furniture Affordable Mass production threatened creativity Individuality Many workers Cheap labors
Compelling question with supporting questions for the audience to answer 1. Did William Morris have kids? 2. Where did William Morris was born at? 3. Describe types of Art he did?