William Morris Arts & Crafts Photos
William Morris (1834-1896) is regarded as an activist in the British Arts & Crafts movement. His main art was as a textile and wallpaper designer, but he also made furniture such as the Morris Chair and stained glass.
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|Caned armchair (late 1800s) by William Morris of England, founder of Arts & Crafts Movement, at Royal Ontario Museum. Toronto, ON.||Sussex armchair (c1865) by William Morris & Co. from London at Montreal Museum of Fine Arts. Montreal, QC.||Blue bedroom wallpaper by William Morris at Kilkenny Castle. Ireland.||Stairwell with wallpaper recreated to a design by William Morris at Ida Saxton McKinley Historic House. Canton, OH.|
|Arts & Crafts Honeysuckle textile (late 19thC) by William Morris at National Museum of Scotland. Edinburgh, Scotland.||Pre-Raphaelite memorial stained glass window (1886) by Sir Edward Burne-Jones made by William Morris at St Giles Cathedral. Edinburgh, Scotland.|
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