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Printed Linen
1913 (made)
Place of origin

printed linen, 1913, British; Omega Workshops, "Amenophis" designed by Roger Fry.

Object details

Object type
TitleAmenophis (assigned by artist)
Materials and techniques
Brief description
printed linen, 1913, British; Omega Workshops, "Amenophis" designed by Roger Fry.
  • Width: 606mm
  • Height: 287mm
Object history
(MA/1/F1493, 13/5540 M) A.F.Kendrick minute to director on 4 Dec 1913 notes gift of seven pieces of modern printed fabrics to Museum: 'Seven specimens of "post-impressionism" as applied to the printing of linen fabrics were lent by Mr Fry to Mr Lindsay to show at his evening lectures here. I asked if he would give them (as they may become great curiosities in the future) and he consents. If you agree to their acceptance I will put the usual procedure into practice.' Applied to T.386-T.390-1913.
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Record createdMarch 12, 2009
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