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"Wandle," design registered July 28, 1884 (detail) / Designed by William Morris / printed cotton

#Textile -- Textile Panel with Phoenixes & Lotuses -- Ming Dynasty (1368-1644) -- Satin brocaded with silk & metallic thread -- Metropolitan Museum of Art

Artist and designer William Morris was an active member of the Private Press Movement. Private Press refers to books manufactured with traditional methods of printing and binding with the goal of producing a book that not only conveys information but is also a work of art. Art and craft as one. Morris founded Kelmscott Press to realize his vision of books as works of art, producing more than 18,000 copies of 53 different works between 1891 and 1898.

William Morris, Bullerswood carpet (detail), 1889.

William Morris's Woodpecker Tapestry~William Morris has been credited with starting the Arts and Crafts movement which led to the Art Nouveau movement...He was heavily influenced by Japanese design

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William Morris ~ Growing Damask ~ Christmas in London fabric by peacoquettedesigns on Spoonflower - custom fabric

Portière made from Morris & Co. Oak damask (one of four) William Morris, 1892–93 259,1 x 137,2 cm (102 x 54 in.) (including fringe). This portiere, a heavy doorway curtain, is one of a set of four designed and embroidered in the early 1890s by May Morris, William Morris's daughter and head of Morris & Co.'s embroidery department. Its design, known as "The Orchard" or "A Fruit Garden," was one of Morris's most popular. Silk damask, embroidered with silk, with silk fringe and cotton…

Handkerchiefs made by Makoto Kagoshima