Félix Aubert (1866–1940). Iris D'Eau. Scheurer, Lauth & Cie. 1897–98. French printed textile (Alsace). The Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York.

‘Iris D’Eau’ Textile design by Félix Aubert (French, Manufactured by Scheurer, Lauth & Cie (Image and text courtesy The Metropolitan Museum of Art) - (heaveninawildflower)

'Columbine & Bluebell' William Morris 1876

'Columbine' textile design by William Morris, produced in Getting Kiraku Clothing inspired

T.J. Cobden-Sanderson - fine binding On: Dante Gabriel Rossetti. Poems. London: F. S. Ellis, 1870 Deep blue goatskin, richly gilt to a floral mandorla pattern, with gilt and gauffered edges, and with endpapers of Morris silk brocade; signed and dated 1891. The delicate floral patterns, here using roses and tulips, are inspired by William Morris' designs but do not slavishly copy or follow them.

Cobden-Sanderson Binding On: Dante Gabriel Rossetti. London: F. Ellis, 1870 Deep blue goatskin, richly gilt to a floral mandorla pattern, with gilt and goffered edges, and with endleaves of Morris silk brocade; signed and dated

tapestry, William Morris, 1876

Bedcover design by William Morris, produced by Morris & Co in really enjoy William Morris' designs.

WILLIAM MORRIS (1834-1896) 'African Marigold', 1876 (pencil and watercolour sketch for textile design)

William Morris was a leading member of the Arts and Crafts Movement. Morris is mostly known as a designer of patterns for wallpaper and textiles./ This integration of design with art education is one of the great legacies of the Arts and Crafts Movement.

Tapestry design by William Morris, 1879-81. #williammorris #design

Pre-Raphaelite art by William Morris. Wanted wallpaper like this in my dining room, but unwilling to sell one of my children.

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