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Albert Joseph Moore
Sapphires
This beautifully color-coordinated study has sapphire blue as its theme. A young woman with blue eyes, in a blue tunic, blue-and-orange turban, wearing a pearl necklace with a sapphire centerpiece, stands before a blue-and-orange printed drape. At the edge of the orange and white parquet floor on which she stands, there are blue flowers and an orange butterfly. (Pre-Raphaelite, 1877)
Silver
A young woman in a diaphanous white gown seated on a blue-and-white flowered couch. Behind her is an ornately plastered white wall with Greek motifs, and on a ledge, a silver cup carries the silver theme forward. The floor is also blue and white striped, and the only spots of color are the woman's green cap and a yellow robe bunched up on the small red and brown Oriental rug.
 
Horace Moore-Jones
Simpson and His Donkey
A portrait of an Austrialian and New Zealand Army Corps medic escorting a wounded soldier riding a donkey along a cliff path back to base at Gallipoli. Although it purports to show John "Murphy" Simpson Kirkpatrick, it is actually based on a photograph of another medic, Richard Henderson, who took over the donkey after Simpson was killed. The full title is "To the memory of our hero comrade 'Murphy' (Simpson) killed May 1915. Heroes of the Red Cross. Private Simpson, D.C.M., & his donkey at Anzac". (1918)
 
Thomas Moran
Cliffs of the Upper Colorado River, Wyoming Territory
The area of Green River after a storm. A group of Native Americans on horseback by the river are gazing at the dramatic illumination of the cliffs where the sun has broken through the storm clouds. By the time Moran visited, there was a thriving community on this spot thanks to the Union Pacific Railroad, but he preferred to imagine it at an earlier time. (Hudson River School, 1882)
The Grand Canyon of the Yellowstone
The Grand Canyon of the Yellowstone, a large canyon cut by the Yellowstone River in Yellowstone National Park. A waterfall from the plateau splashes in the background and the blue water of the river snakes along the canyon. The thermal activity in the area softened the rock, making it more readily erodible, and changed the colors of the iron in the rocks to the spectacular reds and yellows seen here. (Hudson River School, 1893-1901)
Mountain of the Holy Cross
A mist-shrouded mountain with deep intersecting ravines that form a snowy cross, with wooded slopes and a plunging creek in the foreground.
There is a mountain in the distant West
That, sun-defying, in its deep ravines
Displays a cross of snow upon its side.
- A Cross of Snow, Henry Wadsworth Longfellow
Located in the Holy Cross Wilderness, the cross can be seen only two or three months of the year and only from certain places. Though the mountain is real, Moran added the creek to improve his picture. (1875)
 
Paulus Moreelse
Vertumnus and Pomona
In legend, Pomona was a wood nymph whose passion was all for her orchards and vineyards, in which men were not allowed. The god Vertumnus appeared to her in various disguises, finally as an old woman. Here the beautiful Pomona, decked with cherries, grapes, and apples, is holding her trademark pruning knife, as Vertumnus in disguise chides her for her hard-heartedness. He points to a vine twining about a tree, and tells how the tree and vine would each be useless without the other. (Dutch Master, 1625)
 
Berthe Morisot
Hanging the Laundry out to Dry
Laundresses hanging washing up to dry in an enclosed yard shared with a garden. Their farm house is surrounded by open fields, but an industrial town on the horizon is no doubt source of their business. (Impressionist, 1875)
 
May Morris
Welcome Maids of Honour
Four orange birds hovering around a circular design of pink flowers and red-orange roses. The legend says "Welcome maids of honour. You do bring in the spring and wait upon her." This is based on a fire screen embroidered in silk thread on blue silk and retains the look of the embroidery. The blue background in our version is fully cross-stitched. (Arts & Crafts, about 1900)
Morris Table Cover
A symmetric design of leaves and flowers with a border of various medallions. The central rosette consists of grape leaves and vines surrounded by chrysanthemums. Based on a silk table cover embroidered in silk for the William Morris Company, our cross stitch version retains the look of embroidery. (About 1895)
Mantel Border (Lily Center)
A reproduction of a flowered mantel border by the William Morris company. The original was silk embroidery on linen and our cross stitch version has the look of the original embroidery. The center flowers are fanciful pink lilies, with red tulips on the outside, all surrounded by acanthus leaves. We also offer a version with a Tulip Center (lilies on the outside). (About 1900)
Mantel Border (Tulip Center)
A reproduction of a flowered mantel border by the William Morris company. The original was silk embroidery on linen and our cross stitch version has the look of the original embroidery. The center flowers are red tulips, with fanciful pink lilies on the outside, all surrounded by acanthus leaves. We also offer a version with a Lily Center (tulips on the outside). (About 1900)
Adelaide I
A reproduction of a floral panel by the William Morris company. The original was silk embroidery on silk and our cross stitch version has the look of the original embroidery. It is the left side of a screen. The right side, Adelaide II, was worked from the same design in different colors. (1890)
Adelaide II
A reproduction of a floral panel by the William Morris company. The original was silk embroidery on silk and our cross stitch version has the look of the original embroidery. It is the right side of a screen. The left side, Adelaide I, was worked from the same design in different colors. (1890)
 
William Morris
Daisy Tiles
A panel of tiles, hand-painted on earthenware Dutch blanks. The design is an alternating motif of daisy plants, one with open flowers and lacy leaves, the other with closed flowers and rounded leaves. The background is not stitched. White fabric is recommended. (Arts and Crafts, 1862)
Brer Rabbit
A discharge print on cotton of rabbits, acanthus leaves, oak leaves and acorns, and birds. (A discharge print is made by bleaching design areas on colored fabric.) The white areas are not stitched, and the pattern is designed to be stitched on white fabric. (1882)
Apple wallpaper
A color woodblock design for wallpaper. It features apples with orange and blue dotted cheeks, medium blue apple leaves, and larger dark blue acanthus leaves. The background is not stitched. White fabric is recommended. (Arts and Crafts, 1877)
 
Alphonse Mucha
Flower
A dreamy-eyed woman in a lace-trimmed robe, crowned with white lilies and holding a bouquet of lilies, red irises, carnations, and other pink and blue flowers. There are fanciful Art Noveau motifs in the corner panels. The background (white section between the design elements) is not stitched. White fabric is recommended. See MUC001-S for a smaller version (fewer stitches, slightly less detail) of this pattern, or compare them side by side. (Art Nouveau, 1897)
Flower (smaller)
A dreamy-eyed woman in a lace-trimmed robe, crowned with white lilies and holding a bouquet of lilies, red irises, carnations, and other pink and blue flowers. There are fanciful Art Noveau motifs in the corner panels. The background (white section between the design elements) is not stitched. White fabric is recommended. See MUC001 for a larger version (more stitches, more detail) of this pattern, or compare them side by side. (Art Nouveau, 1897)
Fruit
A woman in a pale green dress with a copper sheen and a copper spiral armlet glances back over her shoulder. She is crowned with red lilies and carrying an armful of grapes, apples, pears, and peaches. There are fanciful Art Noveau motifs in the corner panels. The background (white section between the design elements) is not stitched. White fabric is recommended. (Art Nouveau, 1897)
Moet & Chandon Champagne White Star
In this multi-panel label for a champagne bottle, a woman in an elegantly swirling pink gown with a long red sash poses gracefully against twining grape vines and white and yellow roses. She carries a tray of red grapes and has vine leaves in her hair. The background (white section between the design elements) is not stitched. White fabric is recommended. This makes a good companion to Moet & Chandon Cremant Imperial which we offer in a compatible size. See MUC003-T for a chart without the text. (Art Nouveau, 1899)
Moet & Chandon Champagne White Star (without text)
In this multi-panel label for a champagne bottle (here without the text), a woman in an elegantly swirling pink gown with a long red sash poses gracefully against twining grape vines and white and yellow roses. She carries a tray of red grapes and has vine leaves in her hair. The background (white section between the design elements) is not stitched. White fabric is recommended. See MUC003 for a chart of the label with the original text. (Art Nouveau, 1899)
Heraldic Chivalry
A knight in golden armor armed with a lance guides a lady riding sidesaddle through a gloomy pine forest. Though a little blue sky is visible, the small lake behind them reflects no sunlight. The knight's black charger is decked with rich trappings bearing heraldic symbols and is wearing an armored face place. The lady's horse wears simpler trappings, while the lady herself is in a green and gold striped gown and a conical hennin (or hat) with a wisp of veil. (1894)
Ivy
A woman wearing a yellow-green robe with an elaborate border, has green ivy leaves in her hair and trailing on her shoulders, against a mosaic background of crescents, arrows, and floral shapes. The central circular motif is bordered with rectangular areas filled with more ivy leaves and berries. (Art Nouveau, 1901)
Moet & Chandon Cremant Imperial
This multi-panel label for a champagne bottle features a woman wearing a Native American inspired dress in peach satin with a decorative yoke and front band, and a headband into which grape leaves have been tucked. She holds up an art glass champagne goblet, and in the other hand carries a gracefully bunched and draped robe which picks up the decorative elements of her dress. The background (white section between the design elements) is not stitched. White fabric is recommended. This makes a good companion to Moet & Chandon White Star which we offer in a compatible size. (Art Nouveau, 1899)
Primrose
An elegant lady embodying a primrose. She is dressed in a gracefully layered and draped gown of green and pink, and is pensively sniffing at a cluster of primroses she holds in her hand. Her elaborated dressed dark hair is held by an openwork cloche, and a circular motif behind her head creates a halo of primroses. More abstract and geometric elements complete the design. Primrose often appears paired with Feather.The background (white section between the design elements) is not stitched. White fabric is recommended. (Art Nouveau, 1899)
Feather
An elegant lady holding a large feather and leafy branches. She is dressed in a simple pink gown and wears a jeweled girdle and matching headdress which feature bead bangles and beaded disks. A circular mosaic motif frames her head, and above that are more elements featuring nosegays of blue flowers which complete the design. Feather often appears paired with Primrose. The background (white section between the design elements) is not stitched. White fabric is recommended. (Art Nouveau, 1899)
Spring
A maiden with flowing red-blonde hair representing Spring. She wears a filmy white gown and is crowned with flowers. She is holding a lute made from a lily stalk. The woods are in flower all around her, and three birds perch on the lute to listen to her playing. We also offer Summer, Autumn, and Winter. (Art Nouveau, 1896)
Summer
A lady personifying summer, dressed in a peach-colored gown and wearing a crown of Oriental poppies. She sits on a rock next to a lazy stream and trails her feet in the water while leaning on a branch of ivy. Her dark brown hair drapes and intertwines with the leaves. We also offer Spring, Autumn and Winter. (Art Nouveau, 1896)
Autumn
A lady with long red hair, wearing a golden gown with peach and green highlights personifying Autumn. She is crowned with autumn flowers, surrounded by gold and red autumn foliage, and is seated by a grape arbor. In one hand she is squeezing a bunch of ripe purple grapes, in the other she holds a saucer. We also offer Spring, Summer, and Winter. (Art Nouveau, 1896)
Winter
A lady wearing a mint-green hooded gown personifying Winter. She stands in a snowy wood, huddled against the cold. On a small tree in front of her are three little birds with their feathers fluffed out, and she is cuddling one in her hands to warm it. We also offer Spring, Summer, and Autumn. (Art Nouveau, 1896)
Ruby
A lady representing rubies. She is wearing a ruby necklace and a gown with a salmon-colored skirt, and has rubies in her hair. She is seated on an ornately inlaid chair in shades of red, and has a large poinsettia plant with red flowers at her feet. The background (white section between the design elements) is not stitched. White fabric is recommended. We also offer Amethyst, Emerald, and Topaz in compatible sizes. (Art Deco, 1900)
Amethyst
A lady representing amethysts. She is wearing a purple gown and has amethyst ornaments in her hair. She is seated on an ornately inlaid chair in shades of violet, and has purple, mauve, and maroon irises at her feet. The background (white section between the design elements) is not stitched. White fabric is recommended. We also offer Ruby, Emerald, and Topaz in compatible sizes. (Art Deco, 1900)
Emerald
A lady representing emeralds. She is wearing an emerald gown and has a green snake ornament in her hair. Her chair has a green-inlaid back and she is leaning on the arm which is the open-mouthed head of a dragon. Her flowers are spiderworts. The background (white section between the design elements) is not stitched. White fabric is recommended. We also offer Ruby, Amethyst, and Topaz in compatible sizes. (Art Deco, 1900)
Topaz
A lady representing topazes. She is wearing a topaz-colored gown and topaz bracelets. Her chair is inlaid with topazes and she is leaning on the arm which is a partly covered carving of a human head. At her feet are sprays of seed pods from the honesty plant. The background (white section between the design elements) is not stitched. White fabric is recommended. We also offer Ruby, Amethyst, and Emerald in compatible sizes. (Art Deco, 1900)
Zodiac
A beautiful girl with a disc behind her head showing the signs of the zodiac (both the astrological symbols and what they represent). She is wearing an elaborate crown with many crystals and snowflakes, a necklace with many-colored stones and dangling crystals, and a gauzy silver dress ornamented with gold stars. At the bottom are disks representing the sun and moon, and the background is scrolls of dark leaves, berries and twining ribbons alternating with light marbled areas. (Art Nouveau, 1897)
La Dame aux Camelias
A poster for a Sarah Bernhardt production of Camille. The grief-stricken heroine leans against a balustrade. She is dressed in white and is wearing an ermine fur piece. A white camillia is in her hair, and below a hand is holding a camellia stem. The background is of stars. (Art Nouveau, 1896)

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