William Morris Wild Tulip Women's Cotton Robe

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Women's Robe
100% Cotton
Note: All measurements are approximate. Items may not be offered in all of the sizes listed.
Body Length Sleeve Length
Small/Medium 45'' 14 3/4''
Large/X-Large 46'' 15 1/4''
Description

Art-inspired gifts for her, only from The Met.

William Morris (British, 1834–1896) was profoundly inspired by nature as it was depicted across cultures and through time. This exuberant pattern, which he called Wild Tulip (1884), references 17th-century Turkish brocades. Tulips, a species of wildflower indigenous to western Anatolia and eastern Persia, were received as exotic natural treasures when they arrived in 16th-century Europe. One of his 41 wallpaper designs, this motif in The Met collection is exemplary of Morris’s late style. 

Art-inspired gifts for her, only from The Met.

William Morris (British, 1834–1896) was profoundly inspired by nature as it was depicted across cultures and through time. This exuberant pattern, which he called Wild Tulip (1884), references 17th-century Turkish brocades. Tulips, a species of wildflower indigenous to western Anatolia and eastern Persia, were received as exotic natural treasures when they arrived in 16th-century Europe. One of his 41 wallpaper designs, this motif in The Met collection is exemplary of Morris’s late style. 

Details
  • 100% cotton
  • Open front with self fabric belt
  • Packaged in a matching gift pouch
  • Machine wash or hand wash in cold water
  • Imported
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