Morris and Medieval | Tiles from Textiles | Medieval and William Morris Designs
Medieval Arts and Crafts designs, William Morris designs, as well as designs by Jane and May Morris on ceramic tile - Morris and Co. designs for wallpaper, embroidery, tapestries, fabric. Also designs by Burne-Jones and John Henry Dearle.
Image of lily wallpaper, by william morris. london, england, 1873 by V&A Images
The V&A is the world's greatest museum of design and the arts: its collections cover two thousand years up to the present, in virtually every medium and from Britain, Europe and Asia.
Charles Rupert Designs - Historic Wallpapers
Charles Rupert Designs specializes in exclusive historic reproduction wallpaper and fabric. Collections feature William Morris, Bruce Talbert, Victorian and Arts & Crafts re-issued designs in eco-friendly printings.
Strawberry Thief Wallpaper - Chocolate/Slate (212565) - William Morris & Co Archive II Wallpapers Collection
The Archive Wallcovering Collection from Morris & Co is back offering new takes on the iconic William Morris Archive. Pink & Rose and Bird & Pomegranate Wallpaper both take on the classic tapestry type designs found in the Morris & Co range, whilst Acanthus and Chrysanthemum Wallpaper are both a more neutral yet intricate leaf and floral design. The collection is perfect for co-ordinating with the original Archive Fabrics & Wallpapers, as well as the Archive 2 Prints Fabric Collection.
Contextual Studies: 1850 - 1960 Industrialisation, World Wars and Post War Design
INDUSTRIALISATION AND THE BEGINNINGS OF MODERNISM Industrialism was highly influenced by the Industrial Revolution. Including mass mechanical production. Inventions like the steam engine and piston engine allowed for things to be produced quicker in mass. The industrial revolution wasn't all positives, there were some negatives. The industrialism created a state of "Slave Labour". Photo of Victorian City - Louis Jaques Daguerre Railways Cathedrals of the 19th Century became Victorian Railway…