Portion of a frieze for use with the 'Rosamund' wallpaper, red roses with thorned stems on a pale ground, with border bands of stylised rose. 1908 Walter Crane

Rosamund

1908 the year my Mum was born. Portion of a frieze for use with the 'Rosamund' wallpaper, red roses with thorned stems on a pale ground, with border bands of stylised rose.

Cockatoo and Pomegranate wallpaper, by Walter Crane. England, 1899

Image of cockatoo and pomegranate wallpaper, by walter crane. england, 1899 by V&A Images

Walter Crane, "Ensigns of Spring"

Walter Crane - “Ensigns Of Spring” Walter Crane August 1845 – 14 March was an English artist and book illustrator.

For YOU our magnificent Mother, my 1st. & eternal inspiration for all unconditional Love, Truth, Timeless Wisdom & Beauty.. Know that YOU you are loved & revered beyond measure, FOREVER IN GRATITUDE, Your fortunate children............... 19th c. 'Lillie's'... by; Walter Crane

a-little-bit-pre-raphaelite: “ Embroidered Wall Hanging, May Morris Lilies, Walter Crane ”

A Floral Fantasy in an Old English Garden. Walter Crane

The Arts and Crafts Movement

‘A floral fantasy in an old English garden’ set forth in verses & coloured designs by Walter Crane. Published 1899 by Harper & Brothers, London.

The Day Lily / Wallpaper by Walter Crane / England / 1897-98 / Colour woodblock print, on paper

The Day Lily

The Day Lily' Wallpaper Walter Crane - Made by Jeffrey & Co. England 1897 Colour print from wood blocks on paper This woodblock print is very detailed and must have cost a lit of money to be made with many different woodblocks being needed for each colour

Francesca Wallpaper  Place of origin:  England, Great Britain (made)    Date:  1902 (made)    Artist/Maker:  Crane, Walter (R.W.S.), born 1845 - died 1915 (designer)   Jeffrey (manufacturer)

Francesca

walzerjahrhundert: Walter Crane, ‘Francesca’ wallpaper, 1902 (use as a backdrop for paper dress model?

Walter Crane Swan, Rush And Iris (1875) This is one of Walter Crane’s earliest designs for wallpaper. Flowers and animals were the most common decorative elements of The Arts and Crafts Movement. Buy Walter Crane ...

Walter Crane Swan, Rush And Iris This is one of Walter Crane’s earliest designs for wallpaper. Flowers and animals were the most common decorative elements of The Arts and Crafts Movement.

thisivyhouse:  lost-in-centuries-long-gone:   stilllifequickheart: Walter Crane Almond Blossom and Swallow 1878

lost-in-centuries-long-gone: “ “ stilllifequickheart: Walter Crane Almond Blossom and Swallow 1878 ” ” *-*

:: Walter Crane, A masque of days : from the last essays of Elia ::

Endpaper - A Masque of Days, illustrations by Walter Crane. Lovely idea using this illustration by well-known Arts & Crafts artist for an emboridery template.

Walter Crane, Peacock garden corridor, 1898-1900. Museum of Applied Arts, Budapest.

design-is-fine: “Walter Crane, Peacock garden corridor, Museum of Applied Arts, Budapest. Shown is the entrance to the former private apartment of the first museum director, who was a big.

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