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Bauhaus

Furnishing Fabric
1972 (made)
Artist/Maker
Place Of Origin

Screen printed cotton furnishing fabric with an abstract pattern in various brightly coloured blocks, cloud shapes, curves and checker-board patterns with a somewhat mountainous motif running through. Colours include bright red, yellows, orange, greens, blues, pink and purple. Inspired by Gunta Stölzl wall hanging.


object details
Categories
Object Type
Materials and Techniques
Screen printed cotton
Brief Description
Furnishing fabric of printed cotton, 'Bauhaus', designed by Collier Campbell for Liberty & Co. Ltd., Great Britain, 1972
Physical Description
Screen printed cotton furnishing fabric with an abstract pattern in various brightly coloured blocks, cloud shapes, curves and checker-board patterns with a somewhat mountainous motif running through. Colours include bright red, yellows, orange, greens, blues, pink and purple. Inspired by Gunta Stölzl wall hanging.
Dimensions
  • Length: 126in
  • Width: 49in
  • Length: 310cm
  • Width: 124cm
  • Diameter: 90mm (rolled)
Marks and Inscriptions
'vat colours Liberty of London exclusive design' (Inscribed on selvedges)
Credit line
Given by A.I. Stewart Liberty of Liberty
Subject depicted
Collection
Accession Number
T.447-1977

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record createdApril 16, 2009
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