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The making of A.W.N Pugin's 'Gothic Lily' wallpaper. ~Splendor

N Pugin's 'Gothic Lily' wallpaper.

Seidengewebe Spanisch-maurisch, 15. Jahrhundert Kunstgewerbemuseum Inventarnummer 2772 Material und Technik Seidengewebe, Lampas lanciert

Seidengewebe Spanisch-maurisch, 15. Jahrhundert Kunstgewerbemuseum Inventarnummer 2772 Material und Technik Seidengewebe, Lampas lanciert

Textile design, by A.W.N. Pugin,  for St Augustines of Ramsgate. England, mid-19th century

Alb decoration Place of origin: England, Great Britain (made) Date: 1848 (designed and made) Artist/Maker: Pugin, born 1812 - died 1852 (designer) Materials and Techniques: Woven silk embroidered with silks on a gold ground

'Nowton Court', wallpaper (detail), reprint by Cole & Son (Wallpapers) Ltd., original about 1840, reprint about 1975. Museum no. E.642-1976

'Nowton Court', wallpaper (detail), reprint by Cole & Son (Wallpapers) Ltd. Cole & Son wallpapers can still produce this design to order.

Brocade | by Nilaya from Asian Paints

Brocade | by Nilaya from Asian Paints

The Gothic Revival Legacy - Pugin fabric

The LION & the CARDINAL Samples of AWN Pugin's decorative art, all taken from the digital archives of the Victoria & Albert Museum:

Specimen of wallpaper featuring heraldic motifs, after designs in the gothic manner by Pugin;

Pugin tiles whose elements would work well on vestments.

Pugin tiles whose elements would work well on vestments.

Pugin.  Yummy.

Throughout the recent debate concerning the theology and methodology of Christopher West there.

An illustration inside the book 'Liber Vitae' ~ Pugin

Here are a few of the lesser-seen creations or drawings of Augustus Welby Pugin, as seen in the book Pugin: A Gothic Passion by Paul Atterbury and Dr.

Wallpaper design for Houses of Parliament, Augustus Welby Northmore Pugin

Wallpaper design for Palace of Westminster

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