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Posts Tagged ‘Red House’

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Art Endures.

“Ars Longa Vita Brevis” translates to “Life is short, but art endures” and is the latin motto inscribed above the fire place in the …

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Georgiana Burne-Jones

Born on the 21st July 1840, Georgiana Burne-Jones was the wife of Pre-Raphaelite Brotherhood artist Edward Burne-Jones. She was also the mother of the …

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Florence Welch & William Morris

Whether you’ve heard of Florence Welch for her catchy chart topping hits or for her eclectic style - there’s few that haven’t heard her …

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William Morris; His Life and Work

We’ve done a few blogs about William Morris now and a roundup of his life, but since we post weekly blogs, we thought it …

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William Morris Trellis

Inspired by the rose trellis in the garden of Red House, his home in Bexleyheath, Trellis was the first wallpaper designed by William Morris …

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Born on this day: William Morris

Born on this day in 1834, there's few artists that have had the same impact of William Morris in terms of his contribution to …

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Jane Morris; Born on this day in 1839

Born in 1839, Jane Burden was born in Oxford, the daughter of Robert Burden, a stableman and Ann Maizey a laundress. She grew up …

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‘Have nothing in your houses that you do not know to be useful, or believe to be beautiful’ – William Morris

We've been huge fans of William Morris for as long as we can remember; not only his designs of which it's pretty clear we're …

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Launching our new design: William Morris Trellis

Working on and launching a new design is always an exciting time- getting the colouring and detailing just right is something we here at Laura's …