The mystery of The Livadia | The De Morgan Foundation Blog.
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what is going to happen to me and all of #russia? i am not prepared to be a tsar. i never wanted to become one. i know nothing of the business of ruling ― #nicholas #II | #livadia | the #yacht of the #tsar
Parlorroom on the Russian Imperial Yacht 'Livadia'.
Pelorus, the yacht of the Tsar
Livadia: Russian Imperial Yacht
The Yacht of Tsar | English Russia | Page 2
Black oak cabinet, decorated with an oil painted panel by William De Morgan depicting St George and the dragon from the Current Exhibition | The De Morgan Foundation
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Black oak cabinet, decorated with an oil painted panel by William De Morgan depicting St George and the dragon from the Current Exhibition | De Morgan Foundation
Black oak cabinet, decorated with an oil painted panel by William de Morgan depicting St. George and the dragon
Black stained ebonised oak with two glazed doors and two interior shelf. Exterior has finally carved decoration throughout the piece with six turned legs with gilded highlights. There are floral inlaid motifs to the sides in ebony, padoak, box and maple. The face of the cabinet is decorated with an oil painted attributed to William De Morgan depicting St George and the dragon. However, the design for the panel is in Evelyn's hand.
From The Archives: William De Morgan, Creature Creator | The De Morgan Foundation
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From The Archives: William De Morgan, Creature Creator
William De Morgan - Vase
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William De Morgan - Vase.
William De Morgan - Vase.
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"Remember that the most beautiful things in the world are the most useless; peacocks and lilies for instance." John Ruskin, co-founder Arts & Crafts Movement with William Morris.
William De Morgan: Peacock Tile Panel. Would love this in the kitchen...
Peacock tile design by William De Morgan for Morris & Co.
William De Morgan tile panel. Catleugh collection.
William De Morgan/born 1839: Peacock Tile Panel
William De Morgan: Peacock Tile Panel >> wow.
William De Morgan tile panels:
William De Morgan Tiles : Fantastic Bird Fireplace Tile Panels
Evelyn De Morgan - Boreas and Oreithyia (1896) The is a more generous photo of the abduction of Orinthyia. The artist depicted Boreas as a handsome god, and Orithyia as a blonde beauty. The artist also depicted the abduction as a more beautiful, relaxed image, which is unusual for Boreas to be depicted as anything other than violent, which he often was.
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Boreas and Oreithyia (1896) [depicting a rape from Greek mythology] by Evelyn De Morgan (1855-1919), a Pre-Raphaelite painter and the niece of fellow Pre-Raphaelite John Roddam Spencer Stanhope.
"Boreas and Oreithyia" (1896), By Evelyn De Morgan (1855-1919), Oil on Canvas, The De Morgan Centre, London, England. #angels
Evelyn De Morgan-- LOVE the Pre Raphaelites. Una sinfonia d'amore al mondo si sta suonando in questo momento. Devi solo saperla ascoltare.
thetranscendentalmodernist: Boreas and Orietyia - Oil on canvas - Evelyn de Morgan (c1850-1919)
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BOREAS AND OREITHYIA By Evelyn DeMorgan
Evelyn de Morgan [English Pre-Raphaelite Painter, 1855-1919] Boreas and Oreithyia 1896 oil on canvas De Morgan Centre - London (United Kingdom)
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William De Morgan - Vase
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William De Morgan. Vase, Merton Abbey 1882-88. Birmingham Museum, UK.
William De Morgan - Vase Birmingham Museum Merton Abbey 1882-88
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Fish tile by William De Morgan.
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The De Morgan Centre. "This cheeky fish fellow makes us laugh... it's the combination of the wild eyebrows and crazy eyes! "
Fish tile by William De Morgan. ~via the De Morgan Centre, FB Zippertravel.com
¤ Fish tile by William De Morgan. via the De Morgan Centre, FB
Fish tile by William De Morgan. ~via the De Morgan Centre, FB
Fish Tile by William De Morgan. ~via the De Morgan Centre, FB
Fish tile by William de Morgan. ~via the De Morgan Centre, FB
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Fish tile, by William De Morgan.
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The Henry Moore Foundation - Dorothy Annan and Trevor Tennant
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The Henry Moore Foundation is an arts charity established by the artist in 1977 to promote sculpture in general and Henry Moore's work in particular. The Foundation's large collection of work is exhibited in Perry Green and around the world and an extensive grants programme supports the work of living artists and contemporary art practice.
Master ceramicist William de Morgan-Telegraph
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Master ceramicist William de Morgan-Telegraph
This 19th-century artist never achieved commercial success in his lifetime, but his ceramics command very high prices today
The Arts and Crafts Movement in Yorkshire: A Handbook
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The Arts and Crafts Movement in Yorkshire
Station to Station: Matisse's Chapel in Vence | About the AR | Architectural Review
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Wandering around the Barbican’s highwalks can be quite the artistic adventure in itself.The latest addition is a series of Grade II murals by English artist, Dorothy Annan, relocated from the Fleet Building. Originally commissioned by the Ministry of Works, these nine ceramic panels feature stylistic images of telecommunications equipment in a striking example of 1960s mural art.
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Let's keep it wild.: Delft blue tile
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Winter Sinking Strokes: Delft blue tile showing traditional motifs along with the Starship Enterprise.
The history of the Delft blue tile, including a geeky anachronism! I absolutely love this stuff. Must be the Dutch in me
The history of the Delft blue tile, including a geeky anachronism!
Winter Sinking Strokes: Delft blue tile...lol
Delft tile with millennium falcon
Delft Blue Tile
From about 1620 the well-known blue tiles appeared beside the polychrome ones [in the Netherlands]. On blue tiles, the pattern is painted in blue on the opaque white tin-glaze sub-layer. Why in blue? About the year 1602 the first blue Chinese porcelain came to Holland as a result of the trade with China. Antique Annamese oil jar, 15th century, height: 5 cm Millions of China bowls, jugs and dishes were shipped to Amsterdam by the East Indian Company. From Amsterdam the costly China was further traded through Europe. This Chinese porcelain was much in demand and expensive. The Delft potters and those in other towns tried to imitate the Chinese porcelain and applied the Chinese decorations to the earthenware they made. Between 1640 and 1800 Chinese porcelain was most successfully imitated in Delft. View of Delft - painting by Johannes Vermeer, circa 1660-1661 The potters called themselves porcelain-potters. This was not correct because the products they made were of earthenware. In Europe the process of making China porcelain was not yet known at that time. The Delft blue became world famous, to such an extend that it became the general name for all earthenware objects and tiles which were painted in the same blue color, even if they not had been made in Delft. Delft blue is known all over the world. Source: History of the Dutch tile Geeky anachronism!
Major private tile collection donated to Ironbridge Gorge Museum Trust