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Peacock and Bird carpet by William Morris. Pre-Raphaelites: Victorian Avant-Garde is at Tate Britain

William Morris, Peacock and Bird Carpet 410 x 410 cm Hand-knotted woollen pile on cotton warp William Morris Gallery, London Borough of Waltham Forest

William Morris "Hammersmith" Carpet, 1889 - This hand-knotted carpet is the first weaving of a design made by William Morris and his assistant J.H. Dearle. Description from pinterest.com. I searched for this on bing.com/images

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elyssediamond: “ Bullerswood carpet William Morris woven by Morris & Co, Hammersmith, London, in about 1889 V&A museum [s] More Art Nouveau ”

Asters and Acanthus Designed c1890 by Henry Dearle for Morris & Co. Woven in France

The Acanthus tapestry is one of many William Morris tapestries in our Arts and Crafts tapestries collection.

The Orchard, an embroidered wall hanging by May Morris, 1896. Silk thread on silk ground. #morris #design

The Orchard, 1896 by May Morris, Embroidered wall hanging, silk thread on silk ground

A "Small Barr" Hammersmith (carpet) designed by William Morris (183401896, Britain) for Morris & Co. Hand-knotted wool pile. Manufactured at Merton Abbey Workshops, London, 1890. - Art Gallery of South Australia, Adelaide.

A "Small Barr" Hammersmith (carpet) designed by William Morris Britain) for Morris & Co. Manufactured at Merton Abbey Workshops, London, - Art Gallery of South Australia, Adelaide.

72x41 WOODPECKER William Morris Red Fine Art Tapestry Wall Hanging

72x41 WOODPECKER William Morris Tapestry Wall Hanging

"Woodpecker William Morris Red Tapestry Wall Hanging" This tapestry depicts a woodpecker against an ornate backdrop and was designed by Morris & Co in Most of the company's production was a coll

Morris & Co., 1890s Carpet designer J.H. Dearle - Art Gallery of South Australia

Morris & Co., Carpet designer J. Dearle - Art Gallery of South Australia

William Morris  (British, Walthamstow, London 1834–1896 Hammersmith, London) Maker: Probably by Catherine Holiday. Date: ca. 1875–80

Silk Embroidered Textile ~ Designer: William Morris (British, ~ Probably embroidered by Catherine Holiday ~ ~ Silk on silk; linen backing ~ Metropolitan Museum of Art

ARTS AND CRAFT TAPESTRY 19TH  Morris, William  Artichoke embroidered wall-hanging 1877-1900.  Victoria and Albert Museum, London, Great Britain

Arts and Craft Tapestry Morris, William Victoria and Albert Museum, London, Great Britain

Design for an embroidered panel with border by William Morris, 1878. Musuem number E.55-1940, part of the May Morris Bequest

Design for an embroidered panel with border by William Morris, 1878. Musuem number E.55-1940, part of the May Morris Bequest

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