William Morris and Philip Webb, Red House, Bexley, UK

'The Red House' Internationally significant Arts and Crafts Movement house, built for William Morris Designed by Morris and his friend, the architect Philip Webb.

Nice article on Morris' Woodpecker Tapestry, 1885. Housed in the William Morris Gallery in Walthamstow, London. http://www.wmgallery.org.uk/home

Like colos William Morris's Woodpecker Tapestry.William Morris has been credited with starting the Arts and Crafts movement which led to the Art Nouveau movement.He was heavily influenced by Japanese design

The William Morris Gallery at Lloyd Park in Walthamstow

William Morris back home in Walthamstow

William Morris's gallery/home -Walthamstow, London.

The Hood. (Not *actually* my house, unforts - the William Morris Gallery - awaiting a grand reopening later this year)

Walthamstow Market is 1 mile long with hundreds of stalls and shops. Is still the longest street market in europe.

Our tour of the London boroughs goes to Waltham Forest.

At the Pantiles with Mr Richardson, Tunbridge Wells - August 1748

Display of paintings pictures photographs and engravings of the Weald of Kent, Surrey and Sussex from the and century

Calverly Road

Calverley Road pre-Royal Victoria Place in this undated picture.