Victoria and Albert Museum

Willow Bough (William Morris)

2045-2 Marine

Morris was inspired by wild flowers and trees which he had seen on country walks. Morris also found ideas for his designs in the simple woodcut illustrations in 16th-century herbals. The willow was one of Morris’s favourite motifs and he used it in several of his designs.

  • Horiz 29.10
    Vert 49.63
  • Arts & Crafts
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ABOUT THE DESIGNER

Victoria and Albert Museum

The V&A is the world’s leading museum of art and design with collections unrivalled in their scope and diversity. It was established to make works of art available to all and to inspire British designers and manufacturers. Today, the V&A’s collections, which span over 2000 years of creativity in virtually every medium and from many parts of the world, continue to intrigue, inspire and inform. 2015 sees the release of Sparkk’s inaugural collection from the V&A. Each collection is carefully curated by Sparkk and the V&A to bring forth the incomparable wonder living in these archives and pay homage to the designers and their place in history. All of the designs and colourways in these collections are available across Sparkk’s textiles and wallcoverings.

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