The Orchard was William Morris' first attempt to design a figurative tapestry, responding to the wishes of rich clients to have unique works of art by him, and following on from the success of his firm of Morris & Co in producing fine tapestries designed by the artist Edward Burne-Jones. It depicts an array of fruit trees with their harvest ready for gathering, including apples, grapes, olives and pears, behind a row of figures in medieval-style dress. Expertly woven by our tapestry craftsman Bob Bergin.
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This tapestry depicts a woodpecker against an ornate
backdrop and was designed by Morris & Co in 1877. Most of the company's production was a collaborative effort involving several artists, but Woodpecker is unusual in that it was one of ...
Add the unique art tapestry to your home.
With its engaging style, it is sure to add a nice twist to any home decor. The combination of the thread colors and weaves create a unique art experience that changes with ...
Add the beautiful art tapestry to your home.
With its complex style, it is sure to add a sense of enjoyment throughout the house. The combination of the thread colors and weaves create a unique art experience that changes with ...