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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

The Best Chamber of the 1665 parlour wing at Kelmscott Manor was hung with 17th-century Brussels tapestries in the 18th century. The room was used by the William Morris & his family as their sitting room.

The Best Chamber of the 1665 parlour wing at Kelmscott Manor was hung with Brussels tapestries in the century. The room was used by the William Morris & his family as their sitting room.

Love Among the Ruins by Edward Burne-Jones, 1894, oil (original 1873 watercolour was accidentally destroyed in 1893 during cleaning)

Tristan and Isolde, "Love Among the Ruins" ~ Sir Edward Coley Burne-Jones ~ (English:

Art and Crafts Houses - The Oak House, Iwerne Minster, Dorset

Art and Crafts Houses in pictures

Pictures from the Country Life archives look round Arts and Crafts houses from across the country.

The magnificent double-storey oak-panelled dining hall with its vaulted ceiling and window, first floor landing window and oak panelling    Rightmove

The magnificent double-storey oak-panelled dining hall with its vaulted ceiling and window, first floor landing window and oak panelling Rightmove

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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