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LOVE AMONG THE RUINS by Burne-Jones, 1894, against the oak panelling of the Great Parlour at Wightwick Manor

Postgraduate student Hannah Squire discusses her experience volunteering for the National Trust

Wightwick Manor: The Great Parlour, with portrait of Mrs Nassau Senior by George Frederic Watts (1857-8). Note the 'Diagonal Trail' fabric, designed by J.H. Dearle for Morris & Co. on the walls. The former home of the Mander family, Wightwick has one of the most complete surviving Arts & Crafts interiors. The Manders mixed what they bought from the Morris & Co shop in London’s Oxford Street with their own belongings and antiques. #William_Morris #Morris_and_Co #Wightwick_Manor

The Bechstein grand piano in the Great Parlour at Wightwick Manor, Wolverhampton, West Midlands

The Red House by Jason Webber, via Flickr- how about using this design for the cupola?

'The Red House' Internationally significant Arts and Crafts Movement house, built for William Morris Designed by Morris and his friend, the architect Philip Webb.

Leighton House

Leighton House, detail from the Arab Hall. Walter Crane and William de Morgan worked on this between 1877 and 1881 to match tiles from North Africa and Asia that were damaged in transit

View of the Grand Parlour at Wightwick Manor: showing use of Morris furniture, rugs, wallpapers and textiles. #William_Morris #Morris_and_Co #Wightwick_Manor

View of the Grand Parlour at Wightwick Manor: showing use of Morris furniture, rugs, wallpapers & textiles

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Meet the last surviving master of the Sikh warrior art: He lives in Wolverhampton and he is on the lookout for an apprentice

Beautiful 'Strawberry Thief' upholstery   on an amrchair in the Great Parlour at Wightwick Manor, Wolverhampton. Strawberry Thief is one of William Morris's most popular repeating designs for textiles. It takes as its subject the thrushes that Morris found stealing fruit in his kitchen garden of his countryside home, Kelmscott Manor, in Oxfordshire.

The emblematic beauty of birds and fruit

'strawberry thief' upholstery on an armchair in the great parlour at wightwick manor, wolverhampton, england (photo by paul raeside)

The Brook Fabric - Tapestry Blue (224497) - William Morris & Co Archive 3 Fabrics Collection

Canapé salon anglais: The Brook Fabric - Tapestry Blue - William Morris & Co Archive 3 Fabrics Collection

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William Morris This is one, of the most Superb patterns created by Morris. One of the names is Brother Rabbit.

William Morris Fan Club: Pilgrimage to Red House

"The only house commissioned, created and lived in by William Morris, founder of the Arts & Crafts movement, Red House is a building of extraordinary architectural and social significance." My dream house!

Ernest Gimson's Cottage at Sapperton, Glos.

Ernest Gimson Architecture & Interiors - Interior of Gimson's Sapperton cottage.

front entrance to Red House | A gravel path leads past an azalea bush to the front porch of Red House, the Bexleyheath home built for William Morris by architect Philip Webb in 1859. Access to the house (owned by National Trust) is through a smaller door at the rear.

A gravel path leads past an azalea bush to the front porch of Red House, the Bexleyheath home built for William Morris by architect Philip Webb in Access to the house (owned by National Trust) is through a smaller door at the rear.

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