This lush botanical scarf unites Jasmine (1872) and Blackthorn (1892), two block-printed wallpaper patterns by William Morris (British, 1834–1896). Morris derived profound inspiration from the English countryside, which informed his lush visual vernacular of floral and foliate motifs. He designed highly decorative wallpapers, textiles, furniture, stained glass, and books in abundance as the leading figure of the Arts and Crafts movement in Britain.
- Silk crêpe de chine
- 64 x 18 inches
- Dry clean only
- Produced by the Metropolitan Museum of Art