Chintz printing room, 19th century

Chintz printing room, 19th century

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Caption: Chintz printing room. 19th-century artwork of the chintz printing room in Merton Abbey Mills, a textile factory in Merton Abbey, Surrey, UK. Chintz is a style of patterned fabric, pottery, or wallpaper, typically featuring floral designs. This textile factory was established in 1881 by Pre-Raphaelite artist and textile designer William Morris (1834-1896). Artwork from 'The Life of William Morris' (1899).

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