Sheila Walsh for Alan Walton Textiles. This furnishing linen is of a very good quality and weight. They are silk screen printed. These are wonderful. So stylish and great colours. There are four lengths which could be used as wallhangings or curtains. I want to sell all four together.
Each length with a double vertical design of a segmented classical Doric column beside two handled Grecian vases within leaf sprays, in subtle lime green and burgundy on a white linen ground, the tops gathered with rufflette tape.
Each 7ft 9 in x 4ft 4 in; 2.35m x 1.32 m selvedge to selvedge
Very very good.
V & A. CIRC.333-1938 and a similar design CIRC.355-1938 and a printed chintz CIRC.347-1938
https://festivalofpattern.files.wordpress.com. Free-Lance Textile Design in the 1930s: An Improving Prospect? by Christine Boydell
Journal of Design History, Vol. 8, No. 1 (1995), pp. 27-
Sheila Walsh designed two screenprints for Warners.
Price: on request
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