Arts and crafts links
- Frank Lloyd Wright Preservation Trust
Based at the Frank Lloyd Wright Home and Studio, Wright's home and workplace from 1889-1909, the site provides a full biography of the architect and details current restoration projects.
The online collections feature a range of arts and crafts pieces, which can be viewed in large images and sent via e-cards, plus a guide to Modernism that sets arts and crafts in context.
- William Morris Gallery
Site of the Morris museum featuring an online exhibition of objects from the collection, downloadable wallpaper designs and a quick quiz for children.
- The Arts and Crafts Home
Site selling Arts and Crafts products to furnish your home, plus a useful Research section containing artists' biographies, pictorial guides and links.
- The Huntington Library
The Huntington is home to an important Morris collection as well as the Greene & Greene archive and a gallery devoted to Greene & Greene furnishings.
- Welcome to the William Morris Society
An excellent online resource for discovering more about Morris, his life and works. Highlights include images of his designs and portraits of Morris and his circle.
- The Arts in Victorian Britain
The Victorian Design section includes pages devoted to many of the key Arts and Crafts figures such as William De Morgan and Philip Webb, whilst the Painting section features Crane, Rossetti and Edward Burne-Jones.
- Arts & Crafts Society
American site providing a focus for the present-day Arts and Crafts Movement community. It includes an archive of information about the movement and a forum for interactive discussion with experts and researchers.
- Museums Sheffield | Ruskin Collection
Features a brief summary and some images of highlights of the personal collection of John Ruskin, the influential Victorian artist, writer and critic.
- The Charles Rennie Mackintosh Society
This high-tech site allows visitors to send e-cards and take a virtual tour, with panoramic views, of the locations of some of Mackintosh's best known work.