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42. William Morris 1834-1896. He played a significant role in propagating the early socialist movement in Britain. Morris was greatly influenced by Romanticism. Morris's ethos was that one should "have nothing in your houses that you do not know to be useful, or believe to be beautiful." He also held to the view that "No work which cannot be done with pleasure in the doing is worth doing".

Contradiction: William Morris, Activist and Artist

William Morris 24 March 1834 3 October 1896 was an English textile designer poet novelist translator and socialist activist Associated with the Briti

"Have nothing in your homes that you do not know to be useful or believe to be beautiful." — William Morris, pre-raphaelite

William Morris – was an English textile designer, artist, writer, and libertarian socialist associated with the Pre-Raphaelite Brotherhood and English Arts and Crafts Movement.

love the repeating floral pattern - William Morris, Wallpaper Sheet

The Revival of William Morris Decorative Arts.

Art Nouveau. William Morris (The way he creates his pattern is by hand when he draws it first and then adds colour to it.)

William Morris

'Windrush' textile design by William Morris, produced by Morris & Co in 1883 -ARTS AND CRAFTS mouvement effected by Pre-raphaelite mouvement and made born the ART NOUVEAU

William Morris - PreRaphaelite Designer - Wallpaper

William Morris

“” William Morris ‘cray’ 1884 ‘Cray’ textile design, produced by Morris & Co in 1884 “”

William Morris, Owl Pattern. Wm Morris was a renaissance man in the best sense of the word. What a guy! Love his stuff.

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How to create a colour scheme for interiors

William Morris Fan Club: Where you can buy William Morris wallpaper

William Morris' "Vine" wallpaper of 1873 is now available in two of Morris’ archival document colourways, including his lavish "gold lacquer" version of and a handsome green/gold combination from (this is the paper I want for the Dining Room)

/\ /\ . William Morris "Tulip and Willow" Pencil & Watercolour, 1873

Fashions of The Aesthetic Movement - A Cult of Beauty and Victorian Counterculture

The Industrial Revolution; the Arts & Crafts Movement (England). Design for "Tulip and Willow" wallpaper by English textile designer William Morris Indigo-discharge wood-block printed fabric.

Combination of botanical illustration and graphical element - in this case a bg floral pattern. this is an extreme version of robyn's line-trellis concept

William Morris 'kennet' 1883 'Kennet' textile design by William Morris, produced by Morris & Co in My fav William Morris design