William Morris Design for a printed textile: ‘Wey’, Pencil and watercolour heightened with white bodycolour on paper --------Illustrations and draught work of Millais, Hunt, Rossetti, Burne-Jones and others in the Victorian movement.
Macaw wallpaper by Walter Crane, I include Walter Crane on William Morris board because this was a design created by Crane, but produced by Morris. The caption attached to the image states, this is "Macaw" by Walter Crane
William de Morgan was a key figure of the Arts and Crafts movement. From his studio at the Orange House in Chelsea he designed and produced a bewildering array of ceramic tiles decorated with foliage, animals and birds in the style of William Morris.
Fish and Lilies tile by William De Morgan. Life-long friend of William Morris, William De Morgan, was an exceptional potter and designer. His tiles are of particular importance, as many of his images continue to influence fabric and other textile design
¤ Artichoke ceramic blue on white tile. 1870 Designer William Morris - Dimensions x cm Object Type Credit notes Purchased with assistance from Friends of the William Morris Gallery, 2009 Catalogue Number