Approximately 80 patterns with floral motifs are included from numerous William Morris designs!
Under the supervision of the Victoria & Albert Museum in England, we trace the origin of Morris design, focusing on flower patterns.
From patterns inspired by British natural flowers such as daisies and poppies to patterns incorporating Middle Eastern designs learned from carpets, embroidery, velvet, etc., we will explore the footprints of Morris’ ideas with gorgeous plates.
In addition to the patterns, the work “Mori”, which is said to be the best masterpiece in the Morris design tapestry, is also posted.
Written by Rowan Bain, curator of the William Morris Gallery in Walthamstow, northern London, this book is also a great gift book.
- Release Date:
- March, 2020
Born in 1955. Editor, chair researcher.
In addition to chairs and furniture, he edits and writes with the main theme of wood, from forests and wood to wood crafts.
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