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William Morris wallpaper; actually looks like a tapestry!

Detail of Woodpecker tapestry designed by William Morris. (The complete tapestry has a border and inscription.) (Identification from Linda Parry: William Morris Textiles, New York, Viking Press, ISBN ) Date 1885

William Morris at age 30 - "Have nothing in your homes that you do not know to be useful or believe to be beautiful." — William Morris

William Morris at age 30 - "Have nothing in your homes that you do not know to be useful or believe to be beautiful." — William Morris William Morris was born 24 March 1834

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? It is Morrish-ish but more simple than he is comfortable with. Dearle maybe or Philip Webb? It would certainly make a nice scroll tile.

William Morris  Pimpernel, 1876

William Morris, Pimpernel Pattern, 1876 morris was a goop, but did some cool stuff

Acanthus & Vine, by William Morris (V&A Custom Print). #morris #design

Acanthus & Vine or Cabbage & Vine, by William Morris Watercolour.

Morris and Co. Tiles from Textiles : William Morris Tile

William Morris "Strawberry Thief" Have always loved this Arts & Crafts pattern. My mother always used Morris fabrics in our home. This maybe my favorite colourway. R McN

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