|William Morris: Art|
Paintings, Drawings & Stained Glass
Paintings and Drawings
- La Belle Iseult / Guenevere (1858) Oil on canvas [more info: Tate Gallery].
- Figure of Guinevere (1859) Watercolor and drawing, Tate Gallery
- Guinevere and Iseult: Cartoon for Stained Glass ( 1862) chalk, pencil & watercolor on paper, Tate Gallery
- Angel of the Resurrection: Cartoon for Stained Glass (1862) crayon, pencil and watercolor, Tate Gallery
- An Angel with a Harp, Tate Gallery
- An Angel with a Pipe, Tate
- The Archangel Raphael Watercolour on paper [on right] (Tate)
- 1855 Self Portrait (Morris Edition Online)
- 1858 Portrait of Jane Burden (wife & model for La Belle Iseult —Morris Edition Online)
- Lewknor Windows, St. Margaret's: All the windows in this church are attributed to Morris himself; all 6 angels were designed by Morris in 1873. An entry in the Catalogue of Designs, dated July 1877, also records an alteration involving the replacement of the Angel with Cymbals, the wings painted by Pozzi. Contact Elan Preston-Whyte at elan @ rjpwhyte.plus.com.
- Two Lewknor windows photographed by John Ward
- http://www.stmartinsbrampton.org.uk: church windows by Morris and Burne-Jones in St. Martins Church, Brampton.
- "William Morris and Friends" photo set on Flickr - a collection over 2,300 mostly stained glass window photos by of a pool of 113 member photographers
- Creation window (design by Morris and Philip Webb) at Church of All Saints, Selsley, Gloucestershire.
- Chaucer Asleep at Victoria and Albert Museum [photo source: tylluan /Flickr]
- Liberty figure (see right - design by Edward Burne-Jones) portion of window made for Unitarian Church, Heywood, Lancashire (1898) [private collection].
- Detail from Sermon on the Mount window (design by D. G. Rossetti) at Church of All Saints, Selsley, Gloucestershire [center panel, left-most window].
- Building of the Temple window (design by Burne-Jones) at Trinity Church, Boston, MA [photograph by Mark Samuels Lasner].
- Mr. P. Neil Ralley is working on a book about Morris stained glass, and the Society is delighted that he wishes to share some of his images with our members. Below are links to two of Mr. Ralley's images of Morris stained-glass windows.
- Florence S. Boos' Gallery of Morris Stained Glass