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Poppies

Furnishing Fabric
1901 (made)
Artist/Maker
Place Of Origin

This furnishing fabric is in the style of the British Arts and Crafts Movement. It shows the fine draughtsmanship and passion for gardens that are typical of the Movement's textile designers. Butterfield was one of the most successful freelance designers. He provided textiles and wallpaper patterns for a number of manufacturers. Turnbull & Stockdale made this fabric. They produced both block-printed and roller-printed furnishing fabrics for a wide range of fashionable shops, including Liberty's and Maple's in London.


object details
Categories
Object Type
Materials and Techniques
Roller-printed cotton
Brief Description
Furnishing fabric 'Poppies' of roller-printed cotton, designed by Lindsay Phillip Butterfield for Turnbull & Stockdale Ltd., England, 1901
Physical Description
Furnishing fabric of roller-printed cotton.
Dimensions
  • Length: 53.3cm
  • Width: 78.7cm
  • Length: 21in
  • Width: 31in
Marks and Inscriptions
Credit line
Given by Turnbull & Stockdale Ltd.
Subject depicted
Summary
This furnishing fabric is in the style of the British Arts and Crafts Movement. It shows the fine draughtsmanship and passion for gardens that are typical of the Movement's textile designers. Butterfield was one of the most successful freelance designers. He provided textiles and wallpaper patterns for a number of manufacturers. Turnbull & Stockdale made this fabric. They produced both block-printed and roller-printed furnishing fabrics for a wide range of fashionable shops, including Liberty's and Maple's in London.
Collection
Accession Number
CIRC.270-1958

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record createdDecember 15, 1999
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