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William Morris performing a Cartwheel, Viewed from behind by Moon and Star Light. pencil on paper by Sir Edward Burne-Jones

William Morris performing a Cartwheel, Viewed from behind by Moon and Star Light. pencil on paper by Sir Edward Burne-Jones

Kelmscott Troilus - Edward Burne-Jones - Wikipédia, a szabad enciklopédia

Troylus and Cressida in The kelmscott Chaucer - Edward Burne Jones and William Morris

'The Nature of Gothic', Kelmscott Press 1892 (Title Page from 'The Stones of Venice' by John Ruskin)

Artists: William Morris 'The Nature of Gothic' Kelmscott Press 1892 Title Page from 'The Stones of Venice' by John Ruskin

The tale of King Florus and the Fair Jehane / [Translated by William Morris from the French of the 13th century.]  Hammersmith : Kelmscott Press, 1893.

The tale of King Florus and the Fair Jehane / [Translated by William Morris from the French of the century.

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william Morrison This is one, of the most Superb patterns created by Morris. One of the names is Brother Rabbit ; the colour shown is unfortunate ,as it was designed to be made in a deep red. This colour must have been terribly manipulated.

For the Love of Books...The Tale of Beowulf, Birmingham Museum, by William Morris and A J Wyatt, Kelmscot Press, Hammersmith 1895, photo by Kotomicreations via Flickr.

The Tale of Beowulf Birmingham Museum William Morris and A J Wyatt, Kelmscot Press, Hammersmith 1895

william morris pattern - Google Search

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