Specimen of 'Larkspur' wallpaper, a foliate design with flowers, blue on a pale ground; Block-printed in distemper colours, on paper; Designed by William Morris; Published by Morris & Co.; Printed by Jeffrey & Co.; England; First issued 1875.
The symmetrical Olive and Rose pattern is characteristic of William Morris. This firescreen pattern was implemented by May Morris, Morris's daughter and Director of Embroidery at Morris and Co. The colors and directness of the implementation are characteristic of May's style.
Wallpaper pattern by William Morris, the founder of the Arts & Crafts arm of the Art Nouveau movement in late 19th century. His art was found on many home decor items, most notably wallpaper. This is a detail from one of his wallpaper designs. Shape: Oval Size: 40x30mm Quantity: 1 glass cabochon Backing: Hard glaze over calendar weight paper I lovingly handmake Fallen Angel Brass glass cabochons one by one in my shop studio especially for my customers. I judiciously curate each image, taking…
Inspired from Arts & Crafts textile designer William Morris's watercolor paintings of "Honeysuckle", this gravure printed wallpaper brings a striking botanical pattern to life. Featuring symmetrical tulip flowers with lush foliage in a neutral tone, this work of art invites a warm, calming look.