Arts and Crafts tapestries from The Tapestry House
The Forest tapestry
$110.00 – $275.00
The Forest tapestry of 1887, one of the most popular William Morris wall tapestries, is available in two sizes: 19″x33″ US$110, 29″x49″ US$275. See tapestry description below.
To order: use the drop-down arrow below to select a size (the price will then show), select quantity and click on the gold button to enter the securely encrypted shopping cart. You can pay using Visa, Mastercard or American Express, and then we’ll confirm receipt of your order.
The Forest tapestry, like The Peacock tapestry, was designed principally by Philip Webb. His study of five creatures in a long tapestry (48″x178″): a hare, lion, fox, peacock and raven is here a shorter more practical shape omitting the birds. One of our most popular William Morris wall tapestries, it is woven in France in 80% cotton and is lined, with a rod pocket for easy hanging.
The 1887 original, woven by Morris & Co in wool and silk on a cotton warp, is in the Victoria and Albert Museum. The background of acanthus leaves is typical of William Morris and the five animals and birds were by Philip Webb. John Henry Dearle designed the floral foreground. The text on the original was taken from the Lion portion of the 1891 collection of William Morris poems “Poems by the Way”: “‘the beast that be in woodland waste, now sit and see nor ride nor haste'”. You can view this tapestry in the gallery of room settings.
The Forest tapestry is available in two sizes.
To order these William Morris wall tapestries: use the drop-down arrow in the top right to select a size (the price will show), then select quantity and click on the button to enter the securely encrypted shopping cart. You can pay using Visa, Mastercard or American Express, and then we’ll confirm receipt of your order.
Stephen in Medford, MA wrote this Google review after receiving this tapestry: “Excellent service and beautiful tapestry, highly recommended!“.
Above is a photo of the larger size and here is the smaller size with its softer tones:
Below is the larger size of this Philip Webb tapestry wall-hanging in an Arts and Crafts setting in Maryland: