View from the Churchyard at Kelmscott

Painting Description

William Morris, a major figure of the British arts and crafts movement, is buried in this forgotten churchyard. His country home was near this church, and true to the back-to-basics philosophy, he identified strongly with this rural place. It was at his stone home in the country that Morris produced so many of the floral designs that are still reproduced in fabric and wallpaper. See Image #P0899, Kelmscott Trellis.

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Additional information

IMAGE ID

0194

SEASON

Summer

LOCATION

U.K.

ORIGINAL SIZE

11" x 14"

BASE VALUE

Matboard

MEDIUM VALUE

Mixed Media

YEAR

1987

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