Godwin, Edward William
Godwin was undoubtedly one of the most original designers of his time, and was a pioneer in the evolution of Anglo-Japanese styles of decoration and furnishing. His furniture designs were widely copied, notably in the USA, and he was a considerable influence on German and Austrian taste. Despite this, his considerable output as an architectural journalist, and his work for the theatre designing costumes and sets (he lived with (1868–75) the actress Ellen Terry (1847–1928), with whom he had two children, one of whom was the theatrical designer Edward Gordon Craig (1872–1966) ), his income was inadequate and he died in debt.
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