Enjoy our Counted Cross Stitch Charts Patterns inspired by the works of Talwin Morris.
Talwin Morris, 1865-1911, was a leading illustrator and book designer during the late 19th and early 20th centuries and was a business acquaintance of Charles Rennie Mackintosh. In 1891 he was appointed sub editor and designer of Black and White, a weekly magazine published by Cassel and Co. In 1893 he moved to Glasgow to work for publishers Blackie and Son Limited. In 2009, three pieces in copper, designed by him, which had been rescued from the trash outside Blackie's headquarters in Stanhope Street, Glasgow, during the building's demolition in the 1960s, sold at auction for more than $10,000.