This stunning May Morris design 'Celandine' with a ceep charcoal base, rich ochre pops of flowers like bluebells and foliage is created in 100% quality cotton fabric. From the 1896 V&A Archives.
Mary ‘May’ Morris was an influential designer, teacher and pioneer of art embroidery whose accomplishments were often overshadowed by those of her father, William Morris.
She embrace the free-form style of embroidery that emphasised freehand stitching, delicate shading and self expression.
This collection reflects the work and style of May and William ~ elegant prints inspired by nature coloured in rich, vibrant hues.
May Morris Studio ~ Exclusively for Moda from the V&A archives (see the selvedge for year guidance).