Walter Crane, ca. 1886
15 August 1845|
Liverpool, Lancashire, England
|Died||14 March 1915
Horsham, West Sussex, England
|Known for||Children’s literature|
|Awards||Albert Medal (1904)|
We want a vernacular in art. No mere verbal or formal agreement, or dead level of uniformity but that comprehensive and harmonizing unity with individual variety which can be developed among people politically and socially free.
They had certainly exasperated them, and could not disperse them, as after every charge – and some of these drove the people right against the shutters in the shops in the Strand – they returned again.
I never saw anything more like real warfare in my life – only the attack was all on one side. The police, in spite of their numbers, apparently thought they could not cope with the crowd.