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John Everett Millais, A Lost Love

A Lost Love By John Everett Millais: Category: Art Currency: GBP Price: Retail Price: British Pre-Raphaelite Figurative Art…

George Sheridan Knowles British, b.1863, d.1931 Glasgerion Presented by the Canterbury Society of Arts, 1932 Oil on canvas 1565 x 2180mm 69/565 Circa 1897

George Sheridan Knowles British, Glasgerion Presented by the Canterbury Society of Arts, 1932 Oil on canvas 1565 x Circa 1897

Thomas Cooper Gotch

Thomas Gotch British, Consent Presented by the Canterbury Society of Arts, 1932 Oil on canvas 1210 x 1505 x

William Morris, Love is Enough, 1872

Wood Engraving - Love is Enough - Initial letter 'L' entwined with Laurel Leaves - This design was intended for use with William Morris' metrical romance 'Love is Enough', designed & cut by Morris himself.

Finally a place to put all those thoughts you can't say out loud.This little black  book has a soft flexible buckrum cover (buckrum is a strong acrylic covered

Things I Can't say Out Loud Notebook

- Finally a place to put all those thoughts you can't say out loud. This little black book has a soft flexible buckrum cover (buckrum is a strong acrylic covered cotton) hot stamped with gold letterin

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Detail of Art Needlework embroidery "Artichoke" in wool on linen, designed by William Morris for Ada Phoebe Godman in 1877 I like it because very nice, very color, very interesting, very inspire

Pre Raphaelite Art: Design for Embroidery, May Morris, about 1885.

Great Britain, United Kingdom Date:ca. 1885 Artist/Maker: May Morris, born 1862 - died 1938 Pencil and watercolour on paper

William Morris 'Trellis' Wallpaper, 1862. Featuring natural beauty and subtle colouring, common during the Arts & Crafts movement.

The Arts and Crafts Movement

William Morris design for Trellis wallpaper 1862 - 'Trellis' was William Morris' first commercially available wallpaper design. It was sold through the company of Morris, Marshall, Faulkner & Co, which was later to become Morris & Co, in

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