- Study for The Laidley Worm of Spindleston Heugh
- Invitation to an exhibition at the Fine Art Society
- Headpiece: Jousting knights combined with illuminated capital “A”for “Design”
- Pictorial Oak
- Oak Tree in Design
- Daisy, from Nature
- Daisy, decoratively applied.
- Counterbalancing and radiating lines in the human figure
- Figure to show the value of radiating lines in the design of drapery
- Radiating curves shown in wing of a bird and shell
- Pattern systems derived from square and circle
- Adaptation of figure to space (1)
- Adaptations of figures to space (2-3)
- Adaptation of figure to space (4-8)
- Figures to illustrate the value of variety in silhouettes [two nudes]
- Figures to illustrate the value of variety in silhouettes [Man with scythe=
Textiles and wallpaper
Tiles and other ceramics
Crane, Walter. “Design in Two Parts. Part I.” Magazine of Art 16 (1893): 79-83. Internet Archive version of a copy in the University of Toronto Library. Web. 29 August 2014.
Spencer, Isobel. Walter Crane. New York: Macmillan, 1975.
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