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An elegant alphabet-printed monochrome product designed by William Morris is a perfect gift. (or) An elegant alphabet-printed monochrome product designed by William Morris is a perfect gift. ! William Morris pattern, Leicester, vintage floral design, postcard.? Image:6614 'Cray', 1884 (printed cotton), Morris, William (1834-96) / Private Collection / The Bridgeman Art Library with A popular design of British Arts and Crafts designer William Morris using florals on an indigo textile block print. (or) Vintage Monogram green and blue Floral Pattern Wallpaper - William Morris produced many vintage wallpaper designs in the 1800s, and the Seaweed pattern is one of the best. The vintage William Morris Seaweed wallpaper pattern is an ornate floral design with flowers and leaves in a lovely blue and green. It was designed by John Henry Dearle for the Morris & Co wallpaper line around 1915. Tree of Life by William Morris with William Morris Peacock and Dragon Textile Design by William Morris © Bridgeman Images (or) A beautiful and vibrantly colored antique painting by the talented Belgian painter Frantz Charlet. This stunning image is of a Moroccan Beauty in her fine traditional dress holding a pet parrot. The painting is done in the loose brush work of the impressionist style and is bordered by antique ornamental graphics called Dove and Rose by the talented William Morris arts and crafts designer. + Image:133089 Merton, wallpaper design. Morris, William (1834-96). Private Collection, The Stapleton Collection. Art, Fine Art.. This beautiful floral pattern is based on Eugene Grasset's vintage flower pattern of lily of the valley flowers. + Art Nouveau with organic feel. This pattern depicts lilies with arched fern leaves. with An elegant alphabet-printed monochrome product designed by William Morris is a perfect gift. + William Morris Strawberry Thief Floral Pattern Postcard? William Morris Pimpernel Floral Pattern The Pimpernel pattern by 19th Century British textile and wallpaper designer William Morris shows off a beautiful white flower, on a background of swirling green leaves, smaller blue leaves, and tiny yellow flowers. The color scheme is perfect, just a wonderful floral design with all those antique colors. The design was originally created in 1876, and goes well with any décor or gift idea. Just perfect for people who love floral patterns and brilliant designs. About the William Morris Pimpernel Pattern The exquisite floral pattern was designed by famous nineteenth century textile and wallpaper designer William Morris. The floral pattern was influenced by the nature that surrounded Morris in the 19th century countryside of England. The Pimpernel pattern was first produced in 1876. The pattern is complex, and the colors in the floral pattern are rich greens, blues and dusty yellows. + This is a wallpaper design for St. James Place by William Morris circa 1866 ! Postcard in a William Morris, Art Nouveau, textile pattern - elegant, stylized, chrysanthemums, sunflowers and leaves, in shades of turquoise, cobalt, and navy blue, on a white background? Image:27878 'Jasmine' wallpaper design, 1872. Morris, William (1834-96). Private Collection. Art, Fine Art.. This beautiful William Morris floral wallpaper pattern is named “Golden Lily.” ! this vintage artwork is a wallpaper pattern circa 1875 by William Morris. is a mix of the undersides of green tree leaves swirled around into a pleasing pattern. its rustic nature should appeal to men....Vintage Monogram red Floral Pattern Wallpaper - William Morris produced many vintage wallpaper designs in the 1800s, and the India pattern represents a paisley-like tapestry pattern borrowed from Indian Oriental carpets. The vintage William Morris India wallpaper pattern is an ornate floral design with flowers and leaves in a lovely old-fashioned red swirly design. It was designed for the Morris & Co wallpaper line around 1915. + William Morris Wallpaper Pattern Sample with Forget-Me-Nots by William Morris © Bridgeman Images. Postcard in a vintage William Morris, Art Nouveau, floral print of stylized chrysanthemums, digitally enhanced and colored, in shades of silver gray /grey and white, accented with deep red, on a dark (or) A wallpaper design by the British Artist William Morris from 1895 of a honeysuckle vine. Orange honeysuckle flowers with entwined vines of green leaves.. Pair of rabbits cavorting through the forest filled with foliage and foxgloves. Victorian Arts and Crafts movement design in rich greens, with white flowers, light red flowers, and tan bunnies. (or) The design on this product was inspired by Spring Thicket a William Morris floral wallpaper design. William Morris (1834-1896) was an iconic English textile designer who lived during the Victorian period. He was a significant contributor to the revival of traditional British textile arts and methods of production. Much of his work can be found in art galleries and museums and his designs are still in production. Although best known in his lifetime as a poet, Morris is recognized as one of the most significant cultural figures of Victorian Britain. (or) From a set of nymph-like, gardenesque depictions of the four seasons. Completed in 1900 by the Godfather of Art Nouveau: Alphonse Mucha. Four panels that Mucha designed to capture the moods of the seasons - innocent Spring, sultry Summer, fruitful Autumn and frosty Winter. This is the fall version on a William Morris marigold backdrop. (or) Image:143165 'Sweet Briar' design for wallpaper, printed by John Henry Dearle (1860-1932) 1917. Morris, William (1834-96). Private Collection, The Stapleton Collection. Art, Fine Art., Image:136080 'Bird and Pomegranate' Wallpaper Design, printed by John Henry Dearle (1860-1932), 1926 (wallpaper). Morris, William (1834-96). Private Collection, The Stapleton Collection. Art, Fine Art. (or) William Morris Wallpaper Pattern Sample with Chrysanthemum by William Morris © Bridgeman Images + Image:136082 Seaweed Wallpaper Design, printed by John Henry Dearle (1860-1932), 1901 (wallpaper). Morris, William (1834-96). Private Collection, The Stapleton Collection. Art, Fine Art. or Image:27868 'Anemone' design (textile). Morris, William (1834-96). Private Collection. Art, Fine Art.? One of William Morris' most popular Victorian textile designs featuring birds stealing strawberries among the foliage. with William Morris Strawberry Thief Design 1883 art,birds,design,design 1883 william,floral,morris,nouveau,pattern,strawberry,strawberry thief,thief,william morris,arts and crafts,patterns,william morris patterns...A fine art floral pattern by William Morris (1834-1896), Pimpernel(1876). White poppies with green leaves, and yellow pimpernel flowers. He is a British artist best known for his influence on the Arts and Crafts movement and his wallpaper design. ! William Morris Strawberry Thief Floral Pattern Postcard or