Frank Brangwyn was an apprentice to William Morris from 1882 to 1884, and, like Morris, thought an artist’s mission was to paint life. He was a polymath, painting murals, making prints and designing furniture, textiles, stained glass and ceramics. ‘The Swans,’ is from 1921. (via @ahistoryinart)

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