igrwplnts: 1876 William Morris English textile designer, artist, writer, Pre-Raphaelite, Arts and Crafts, libertarian socialist;1834-96) ~ African Marigold

igrwplnts: 1876 William Morris English textile designer, artist, writer, Pre-Raphaelite, Arts and Crafts, libertarian socialist;1834-96) ~ African Marigold

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theblackcat79: William Morris (English Pre-Raphaelite textile designer, artist, writer, libertarian, socialist; 1834-96)

theblackcat79: William Morris (English Pre-Raphaelite textile designer, artist, writer, libertarian, socialist; 1834-96)

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pioup-pioup: 1876 William Morris (English Pre-Raphaelite textile designer, artist, writer, libertarian socialist) ~ Honeysuckle

pioup-pioup: 1876 William Morris (English Pre-Raphaelite textile designer, artist, writer, libertarian socialist) ~ Honeysuckle

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indigodreams: 1885 William Morris (English textile designer, artist, writer, and libertarian socialist, Pre-Raphaelite, 1834-96) ~ Medway Wallpaper

indigodreams: 1885 William Morris (English textile designer, artist, writer, and libertarian socialist, Pre-Raphaelite, 1834-96) ~ Medway Wallpaper

mirroir: 1890 William Morris (English textile designer, artist, writer, Utopian socialist, 1834-96) ~ Kelmscott Manot, News from Nowhere

mirroir: 1890 William Morris (English textile designer, artist, writer, Utopian socialist, 1834-96) ~ Kelmscott Manot, News from Nowhere

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1876 William Morris (English textile designer, artist, writer, Utopian socialist, 1834-96) ~ Pimpernel, wallpaper design

1876 William Morris (English textile designer, artist, writer, Utopian socialist, 1834-96) ~ Pimpernel, wallpaper design

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missfolly: 1876 William Morris (English, 1834-96) ~ Chrysanthemum Wallpaper, here
Morris revived old crafts and traditions, often immersing himself in historical texts or seeking out craftsmen from whom he could learn dying arts. The company’s offerings soon extended to include, besides painted windows and mural decoration; furniture; metal and glass wares; cloth and paper wall-hangings; embroideries; jewelery; woven & knotted carpets; silk damasks; tapestries.

missfolly: 1876 William Morris (English, 1834-96) ~ Chrysanthemum Wallpaper, here

Morris revived old crafts and traditions, often immersing himself in historical texts or seeking out craftsmen from whom he could learn dying arts. The company’s offerings soon extended to include, besides painted windows and mural decoration; furniture; metal and glass wares; cloth and paper wall-hangings; embroideries; jewelery; woven & knotted carpets; silk damasks; tapestries.

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eclektic: 1866 William Morris (English Artist, Writer, Textile Designer, 1834-96) ~ Pomegranate

lepetitpoulailler:

eclektic: 1866 William Morris (English Artist, Writer, Textile Designer, 1834-96) ~ Pomegranate

poboh: 1870 William Morris (English 1834-96) ~ Title page of :A Book of Verse”

poboh: 1870 William Morris (English 1834-96) ~ Title page of :A Book of Verse”

lepetitpoulailler:

indigodreams: windypoplarsroom: 1879 William Morris (English 1834-96) ~ Sunflower

lepetitpoulailler:

indigodreamswindypoplarsroom: 1879 William Morris (English 1834-96) ~ Sunflower

windypoplarsroom: 1862-4 William Morris (English 1834-96) ~ An Angel Holding the Sun

windypoplarsroom: 1862-4 William Morris (English 1834-96) ~ An Angel Holding the Sun

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penelopewaits: William Morris (English 1834-96) ~ Postage stamp

penelopewaits: William Morris (English 1834-96) ~ Postage stamp

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indigodreams: ca 1883 William Morris ~ Floral pattern. Evenlode chintz; Dept of Regional Svcs

indigodreams: ca 1883 William Morris ~ Floral pattern. Evenlode chintz; Dept of Regional Svcs