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Design

1930s (made)
Artist/Maker
Place of origin

Sheet with designs for carpets or textiles on both sides. One one side is a pencil sketch of a pattern with interlocking swimmers, fish tails(?) and palm trees, with a smaller, coloured image of the whole pattern at the top right. On the other side is an abstract pattern of pale blue arrows and red-brown spirals with a darker blue background. The pattern has been worked out on a grid, drawn in pencil.


Object details

Categories
Object type
Materials and techniques
pencil and watercolour drawing on paper
Brief description
Design for a carpet or textile, pencil and watercolour, by Raymond Boyd Simpson & Co. Ltd, London, 1930s
Physical description
Sheet with designs for carpets or textiles on both sides. One one side is a pencil sketch of a pattern with interlocking swimmers, fish tails(?) and palm trees, with a smaller, coloured image of the whole pattern at the top right. On the other side is an abstract pattern of pale blue arrows and red-brown spirals with a darker blue background. The pattern has been worked out on a grid, drawn in pencil.
Dimensions
  • Height: 27.9cm
  • Width: 17.2cm
Credit line
Given by Yu-Chee Chong Fine Art, London
Collection
Accession number
E.808-2023

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Record createdSeptember 12, 2022
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