Heron and Dolphin print by William De Morgan
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This striking print reproduces a 19th-century tile design showing a heron dropping a fish into the waiting mouth of a dolphin by English artist William De Morgan, held in the V&A archive.
© Victoria and Albert Museum, London
Created exclusively for the V&A.
Author/Artist/DesignerWilliam De Morgan
Mounted print 8ins x 8ins
Giclée printed on 300gsm textured watercolour paper
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William De Morgan
William De Morgan was one of the most innovative ceramic designers of his day. His particular passion was the development of patterns and colours inspired by the arts of the Islamic world. De Morgan spent many years experimenting with techniques and was particularly famed for his boldly coloured lustrewares. A lifelong friend of William Morris, he designed tiles, stained glass and furniture for Morris & Co. from 1863 to 1872.