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Pinned for later from William Morris Tile:  Far left: William DeMorgan Fantastic Bird Top: Bird and Trellis, DeMorgan Fish, William Morris Red House Garden Tile, Poppy Middle: Strawberry Thief, Beauty and the Beast Fireplace Side Panel, Brother Rabbit, May Morris Flower Pot Bottom: Forest Animals Hare, Captive Unicorn, Persian Dragon, Huntington Museum Golden Lily Far right: William DeMorgan Tree of Knowledge

Fairy tale swan surround from The Hill, in 66 squares on tile

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William Morris Design for a printed textile: ‘Wey’, Pencil and watercolour heightened with white bodycolour on paper --------Illustrations and draught work of Millais, Hunt, Rossetti, Burne-Jones and others in the Victorian movement.

Текстильный дизайн Уильяма Морриса (William Morris)

Текстильный дизайн Уильяма Морриса (William Morris)

William Morris design

William Morris design

African Marigold textile design (1876) by William Morris (The Textile Blog)

William Morris was a leading member of the Arts and Crafts Movement. Morris is mostly known as a designer of patterns for wallpaper and textiles./ This integration of design with art education is one of the great legacies of the Arts and Crafts Movement.

William Morris Woodland Weeds ceramic tile, cobalt background

William Morris Woodland Weeds ceramic tile, cobalt background

William Morris Kennet (1883) Fabric Alexander Interiors Ltd

Kennet Linen Fabric A large scale floral in gold with a smaller floral background printed with a dark aqua background

Indian wallpaper, by William Morris. England, late 19th century

Image of indian wallpaper, by william morris. england, late century by V&A Images

William Morris, William De Morgan Early Blue Longden

Blue and white field tile, mostly florals, designs by William Morris and William De Morgan for Morris & Co.

Floral tile, by William Morris (1834-96). Tin-glazed earthenware. England, 1875.

Image of floral tile, by william morris. england, 1875 by V&A Images

Another fabulous William Morris design

"More than anyone, textile designer William Morris influenced the swirling graphic style that would eventually become the Arts & Crafts movement.

Art Needlepoint Seaweed Mini Kit by William Morris

Great Britain stamp 2011 Joh Henry Dearle 1901 (from the Morris and Company series) 76 postmarked in 2011 on a postcard of the grave stone of William Shakespeare