This tapestry 'Corinthe' based on an original work by William Morris, shows a design featuring his favorite motifs of acanthus leaves and flowers. In this work, designed around 1880, he has extended the usual color palette from greens and browns to include mauve, fuchsia and purple flowers. The visual effect Morris creates with combining natural motifs is a sense of movement and elegance. William Morris and Co in the 19th century had revived the art movement in England in then later in Europe in the Victorian era. His emphasis on uniqueness of design and quality of production was made in response to many inferior practices seen in the art and craft world in the industrial age. His works and derivative works has a typically ornate and floral look about them. This piece 'Conrinthe' is a portiere tapestry that brings elegance and floral qualities to any room. This tapestry is backed with lining and tunnel for easy hanging.