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William De Morgan Happy Dragons - tile panels with floral and folio borders, red lustre, cobalt blue, gold and copper.

William De Morgan Happy Dragons - tile panels with floral and folio borders, red lustre, cobalt blue, gold and copper.

azulejos-portugueses  Azulejos de Portugal, Portuguese Tiles, azulejos

azulejos-portugueses Azulejos de Portugal, Portuguese Tiles, azulejos

Designs for tiles in Islamic style | Owen Jones (1809-1874), maker | Pencil and watercolour | Great Britain | VA Museum, London

Designs for tiles in Islamic style

V&A Collections: Drawings, Art Design, Patterns - Designs for tiles in Islamic style

This design is much simpler, Morris has use an off white background to help make the foreground stand out. In this design he has used a simple plant and flower design and has used a variety of colours such as red, yellow, dark green, blue and light green to help create a visually more interesting design despite it being more simple than previous designs.

William Morris Design Really? Dearle maybe or Philip Webb? It would certainly make a nice scroll tile.

William de Morgan (1839-1917, English). Ruby lustre grotesque animal tile. He designed tiles, stained glass and furniture for (William) Morris & Co.

'World-class' tiles go on display

Today would have been William Morris' birthday. The stunning John Scott Gallery at Jackfield Tile Museum is home to some of Morris' most beautiful tile designs.

#azulejos #tiles #portuguesetiles #Lisboa #lisbon #lissabon #campodeourique #instacollage

#azulejos #tiles #portuguesetiles #Lisboa #lisbon #lissabon #campodeourique #instacollage

You May Be Wandering: Finding Blue and White Beauty in Portugal

Azulejos (Portuguese Tiles) Painel do mercado de Santarém ~ I Love These Stunning Tiles and the Stories They Tell ~

William Morris Seaweed variations, tiles from textiles, 6 x 6 inches

Seaweed tiles based on the popular William Morris design in classic and new colors.

William Demorgan Fulham Period Sea Horses and Kraken, facing panels

William De Morgan turquoise, blue, and sea green winged seahorse tile panel.

Wililam Morris design registered October 18, 1883; printed 1917–23 "While the undulating flower stalks look back to Italian fifteenth- and sixteenth-century velvet designs, they also presage of Art Nouveau."

Kennet Manufactory: Morris & Company Date: design registered October 1883 William Morris was a textile and wallpaper designer who was inspired by Turkish, Italian, and Chinese designs.

There are 49 tiles in the collage. I took these pictures of the tiles on different buildings in Lisboa and Porto. This was quite a project I must confess.....

Azulejos de Portugal Handmade tiles can be colour coordinated and customized re. shape, texture, pattern, etc. by ceramic design studios

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