William Morris s Flowers

William Morris s Flowers

William Morris s Flowers

A beautiful and informative gift book devoted to designs by William Morris that incorporate flowers--a central motif in his oeuvre and one that played a part in the majority of his designs.

William Morris Floral Patterns

William Morris Floral Patterns

William Morris Floral Patterns

Designer paper for scrapebooking enthusiasts 7 William Morris floral designs from the Birmingham Museums Trust, repeated 3 times Beautiful High classic designs Glossy cover Dimensions: approx 8.5x11in size

Floral Abundance

Floral Abundance

Floral Abundance

This gorgeous book features the talents and techniques of quilt artist Rosemary Makhan, renowned for her elaborate applique creations. Five exquisite projects, inspired by William Morris, feature lush blossoms, twining vines, and graceful bluebirds in an antique-inspired color palette that will appeal to both traditional and contemporary quilters alike.-- Traditional applique is taken to a new level of sophistication with this master applique artist's refined techniques and designs-- Medallion-style quilts, smaller wall quilts, and elegant pieced border patterns offer creative options for appliquers of all abilities-- Illustrated sections are included for basic hand applique, quilt top assembly, and finishing techniques

William Morris Stained Glass Pattern Book

William Morris Stained Glass Pattern Book

William Morris Stained Glass Pattern Book

Chief exponent of the Arts and Crafts movement in Victorian England, renowned artist and craftsman William Morris (1834–96) created a host of stunning patterns for wallpaper, fabrics, tapestries, floor coverings, and other decorative projects. Many of these designs took nature as their theme. Now Carolyn Relei has skillfully rendered 100 of Morris's best designs for this superb collection of stained glass motifs. Among the 100 black-and-white designs depicted here are lush florals and vines, exotic birds amid magnificent displays of garden flowers, a charming bouquet of daffodils, and many more. Artfully displayed in circular, oval, and rectangular frames, these splendid classics — all easily adaptable as templates — will appeal to artists and artisans who admire the work of one of the Victorian era's most influential craftsmen.

Random Jottings Notebooks

Random Jottings Notebooks

Random Jottings Notebooks

William Morris "Cherwell" Pattern in Blue and Yellow- One of a series of blank Notebooks designed by Russ Billington. 100 blank, lightly ruled interior pages.

William Morris Decor Design mini

William Morris Decor   Design  mini

William Morris Decor Design mini

William Morris one of the most influential designers of the 19th century and an important figure in the Arts and Crafts movement revisited in this inspirational interior design guide. Rich natural colours, liquid floral patterns, light airy rooms and simple wooden furniture are all radical principles of the Arts and Crafts movement, and are also the fundamentals of most modern décor. There has never been a better time for introducing Morris designs into the home. Illustrated with a wide range of historical and contemporary decorative schemes, this practical and inspirational guide suggests simple and cost-effective ways of creating an interior décor that aspires to purity, colour and craftsmanship, as defined by William Morris. Chapters provide information on pattern-matching, wall and window treatments, floor coverings, tiles and furnishings, so that a 'Morris style' can be extended to whatever degree of authenticity desired. A comprehensive suppliers' list details where to buy Morris and Co. fabrics and wallpapers, and Arts and Crafts furnishings, while an illustrated glossary containing sixty of the best-known designs allows for easy pattern selection and identification.

The Art of William Morris in Cross Stitch

The Art of William Morris in Cross Stitch

The Art of William Morris in Cross Stitch

Cross stitch designs for pillows, table linens, and flower pictures draw inspiration from Morris's printed fabrics, tapestries, and printing from his Kelmscott Press

The Flowers of William Morris

The Flowers of William Morris

The Flowers of William Morris

This title takes a comprehensive look at Morris's gardens and flowers, setting out to shed new light on the life and work of this passionate yet practical individual. It looks at his childhood, his student days at Oxford before turning to his own homes and gardens such as Red House and the Abbey Works at Merton. Morris's own words and those of his daughter May show his very personal approach to flowers and gardens and how his ideas anticipated the theories of William Robinson and Gertrude Jekyll.

William Morris Designs

William Morris Designs

William Morris Designs

The Arts and Crafts Movement lends itself perfectly to colouring; pay homage to one of the greatest artists of all time in this stunning book, packed full of patterns and designs from the influential movement of the 1880s and beyond. The works of William Morris, are now yours to be explored - focusing on the beauty of the home, the importance of the everyday and the vitality of nature, this is a colouring book not to be missed. With beautiful floral designs and truly inspirational pages, join the movement today and let your creativity flourish. Follow the coloured images of Morris' own prints and re-create them yourself on the black and white pages - either copy his style or make it your own.

William Morris

William Morris

William Morris

This biographical study is a window into 19th-century British society and the life of William Morris—the great craftsman, architect, designer, poet, and writer—who remains a monumental and influential figure to this day. This account chronicles how his concern with artistic and human values led him to cross what he called the “river of fire” and become a committed socialist—committed not only to the theory of socialism but also to the practice of it in the day-to-day struggle of working women and men in Victorian England. While both the British Labor Movement and the Marxists have venerated Morris, this legacy of his life proves that many of his ideas did not accord with the dominant reforming tendencies, providing a unique perspective on Morris scholarship.