Small pink and white flower wallpaper design
Morris, William (1834-96)
'The Strawberry Thief' textile designed by William Morris (1834-96) 1883 (printed cotton)
Floral wallpaper design
Pimpernell, design for wallpaper, 1876
William Morris Wallpaper Sample with Chrysanthemum, 1877 (colour woodblock print)
The Arming and Departure of the Knights, tapestry designed by the artist and woven by Mo...
Burne-Jones, Edward Coley (1833-98)
"Granville" wallpaper, designed by John Henry Dearle (1860-1932) for Morris and Company,...
Dearle, John Henry (1860-1932)
Merton, wallpaper design
Add MS 45336 f.23v Embroidery scheme for Dining Room at the Red House (pencil on paper)
Title page and frontispiece from 'The Works of Geoffrey Chaucer', published by Kelmscott...
Add MS 45336 f.24v Add MS 45336 f.23v Embroidery scheme for Dining Room at the Red House...
Interior of Kelmscott Manor (w/c on paper)
'Bachelor's Button' wallpaper design (colour print on paper)
The Attainment; The Vision of the Holy Grail to Sir Galahad, Sir Bors and Sir Percival, ...
Peacock and Vine, c.1880-1900 (wool on linen)
Webb, Philip (1831-1915) and Morris, William (1833-96)
Trellis wallpaper design with a bottle green background, 1864
MORRIS: CHINTZ, 1883 'Brother Rabbit' by William Morris.
Love is Enough, published by the Kelmscott Press, 1897 (print)
William Morris, the future Lord Nuffield (litho)
English School, (20th century)
The Hammersmith branch of the Socialist League, 1885 (b/w photo)
English Photographer, (19th century)
William Morris (1834-96) Sir Edward Burne-Jones (1833-98) and their Families, 1874 (sepi...
Hollyer, Frederick (1837-1933)
Tea at Red House, 1907 (w/c on paper)
Crane, Walter (1845-1915)
Pomegranate, design for wallpaper, 1866
Jasmine trail curtain design, 1868-70 (printed cotton)
WILLIAM MORRIS SETTEE The 'Sussex' rush-seated settee designed by William Morris, c.1875.
View of the exterior of The Red House, Bexleyheath, designed by William Morris (1834-96)...
Wallpaper Design, 1877 (colour woodblock print on paper)
San Remo, (oil on panel)
Hunt, William Morris (1824-79)
William Morris's (1834-1896) Bedroom, Kelmscott Manor, Oxfordshire, UK (photo)