Edward Burne-Jones tapestries

Edward Burne-Jones (1833-1898) was a close friend of William Morris from their student days at Oxford University until Morris’ death in 1896. More significantly for us, they collaborated on many decorative projects in the Arts and Crafts Movement. He excelled in figurative work as did Morris with fine background detailing; an excellent combination. Sir Edward Burne-Jones achieved success with his paintings and stained glass designs full of dreamy movement and he was to be a leading light in the Aesthetic Movement. The best known Edward Burne-Jones tapestries are the six San Graal, or Holy Grail tapestry wallhangings of 1890 – we are pleased to include available reproductions in our wall art collection below, woven in France.

(Tapestries by William Morris are shown in a separate section. We have created a further section of other Arts and Crafts tapestry designs featuring other Morris & Co tapestries originally woven at Merton Abbey and some tapestries which are reproductions of leading Pre-Raphaelite painting by J.W. Waterhouse, Frank Dicksee, Edmund Blair Leighton and others.)

Edward Burne-Jones tapestries - Arts and Crafts wall art

Ordering Burne-Jones wall art

All these Edward Burne-Jones tapestries below are woven in France and are lined, having a rod pocket for ease of hanging. Click on the images or their names below for further information – to see a description and larger photograph. Some have a further room setting photo to inspire! Sizes and prices are shown (see drop-down arrow), and you can commence your online ordering through the secure shopping cart process which is as securely encrypted as online banking. We provide free shipping to North America, and worldwide shipping mostly for just $20 or $30.

You will find a selection of much larger home photos in our Tapestry Gallery.


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