A small-format introduction to the key characteristics of the modern world's Arts and Crafts movement cites its origins in social and industrial reforms that inspired designers, discussing how ideas from Europe, America, and Japan served to influence period furniture, textiles, jewelry, and more. -- from Amazon.
English architect and designer C.F.A. Voysey (1828-1912) produced a wide range of textiles and other patterns over a career spanning 50 years. His style is characterized by bold repeats, natural forms, flat tints of color, and a pared-back simplicity, and is quickly identifiable.