The William Morris Greetings Card Collection (Part I).

Introducing the William Morris Greetings Card Collection (Part I), featuring ‘Acanthus’, ‘Honeysuckle’, and ‘Tulip and Willow’. These are ‘unfinished’ designs that the artist would ultimately turn into the intricate and beautifully executed wallpaper decorations he is possibly best known for (though during his busy life he accomplished much more). The collection contains three cards (140mm by 140mm), each of which is accompanied by a white envelope so you can share with friends and family. Printed on 300gsm Invercote card stock using high quality inks to retain the colours of the original image.

Acanthus‘, ‘Honeysuckle‘ and ‘Tulip and Willow‘ are also available as single cards, priced £2.95 each.

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Introducing the William Morris Greetings Card Collection (Part I), featuring ‘Acanthus’, ‘Honeysuckle’, and ‘Tulip and Willow’. These are ‘unfinished’ designs that the artist would ultimately turn into the intricate and beautifully executed wallpaper decorations he is possibly best known for (though during his busy life he accomplished much more). The collection contains three cards (140mm by 140mm), each of which is accompanied by a white envelope so you can share with friends and family. Printed on 300gsm Invercote card stock using high quality inks to retain the colours of the original image.

Acanthus‘, ‘Honeysuckle‘ and ‘Tulip and Willow‘ are also available as single cards, priced £2.95 each.

‘Acanthus’, William Morris, ink and pencil on paper, 1875.

‘Honeysuckle’, William Morris, ink and pencil on paper, 1874.

‘Tulip and Willow’, William Morris, ink and pencil on paper, 1875.

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