Acanthus wall tapestry


The Acanthus wall tapestry is woven in three sizes: 27″x19″, 47″x28″ and 63″x37″. See tapestry description below.

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Tapestry Description

Acanthus wall tapestry

John Henry Dearle tapestries

The Acanthus wall tapestry is after an embroidered silk door-curtain designed by John Henry Dearle in 1890. Much influenced by William Morris, who trained him, he was the chief designer for Morris & Co by this time, working for over 50 years for the company.

This French tapestry is finely woven by Jules Pansu in 95% cotton and is lined, with a rod pocket for easy wall-hanging. We supply tapestry hanging instructions with your order. (It has a dark blue background.) Please note that the largest size is non-returnable.

Here is this gorgeous tapestry in a character setting above a Victoria Gothic table over which lies the William Morris table runner:

Acanthus tapestry wallhanging - Morris & Co tapestries