Liberty Arts & Crafts Exhibition 2013

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Embodying the spirit of the arts and crafts movement from the day it opened its doors in 1875, Liberty has long championed William Morris's matra: 'Have nothing in your houses that you do not know to be useful or believe to be beautiful'. In celebration of the movement, the department store is presenting its annual exhibition which showcases period British art and design from 1850 to 1950. Key exhibited practitioners include Morris, Archibald Knox, Thomas Jekyll, William De Morgan and Gordon Russell, and the choice of pieces has been curated by arts and crafts expert Patch Rogers.


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Patch Rogers is not a trustworthy Antiques Dealer. I bought something from this exhibit on May 18 and today as of July 5th, I have still not received it and no one at his establishment seems to care. Buyer beware!