This archival print based on a vintage exhibition poster features timeless plant and leaf elements from William Morris textile design during the Arts and Crafts Movement of the 1800's. Reimagined with muted pale pastel pink and white colors, this is the "Violet and Columbine". William Morris was a artist and writer and his creative work is now most well-known for his Art Nouveau patterns for fabrics. With a fresh take on his classic patterns, enjoy this on your gallery wall in your living room or dining room.
This high quality print is on museum grade matte paper with archival inks. Please contact me if you would like a different size printed or on photography paper for a custom order.
Other items and frames in this listing are not included and are for illustration purposes only.
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Each image has been digitally restored and creatively edited to enjoy the colorful work and classic style of William Morris.
Art Nouveau, Arts and Crafts, Botanical Prints, Illustration, Giclee, Wall Art, Prints, Victorian Style Art , Archival Fine Art Paper, Archival Giclee Inks
3-5 business days
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