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Part of Angeli Ministrantes Tapestry 1894


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William Morris felt that tapestry was one of the highest form of decorative art. It was a later product of Morris but he still achieved considerable success owing to the quality of the weaving and the translation of the Burne-Jone's figures into the final tapestry. The whole tapestry can be seen at the Victoria and Albert Museum.

17th Mar 2008 by Diane Earl

Art and Design, History

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