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WILLIAM MORRIS: FATHER OF MODERN DESIGN AND PATTERN: Textile, Book & Editorial Designs And More

WILLIAM MORRIS: FATHER OF MODERN DESIGN AND PATTERN: Textile, Book & Editorial Designs And More

vintagehomeca:  A (William) Morris & Co ‘Oak’ silk panel embroidered by Helen, Lady Lucas Tooth, early 20th century (via Pinterest)

vintagehomeca: A (William) Morris & Co ‘Oak’ silk panel embroidered by Helen, Lady Lucas Tooth, early 20th century (via Pinterest)

Morris's first wallpaper design was Trellis, a pattern suggested by the rose-trellis in the garden of his house in Bexlevheath, Kent. Designed in 1862, it was not issued until 1864, a delay that was due to Morris's unsuccessful experiments with printing from zinc plates. The first pattern to be issued, in 1864, was Daisy, a simple design of naively drawn meadow flowers. The source was a (more...)

Morris's first wallpaper design was Trellis, a pattern suggested by the rose-trellis in the garden of his house in Bexlevheath, Kent. Designed in 1862, it was not issued until 1864, a delay that was due to Morris's unsuccessful experiments with printing from zinc plates. The first pattern to be issued, in 1864, was Daisy, a simple design of naively drawn meadow flowers. The source was a (more...)

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