Mo Sullivan Garland
Mo Sullivan Garland
Mo Sullivan Garland

Mo Sullivan Garland
1965

Lovely colours and highly useable. It is very unsual to find 12 metres of unused fabric. The effect is of a hand printed textile.

During the1950s and 60s, Heals Fabrics, under the dynamic leadership of Tom Worthington, commissioned many young designers who produced exceptionally outstanding designs. Mo Sullivan prodced this design for them.

Mo was also colour consultant at Fidelis Furnishing Fabrics producing medium price screen-printed textiles.

 

Description

A very long length of Garland  screen printed in burnt orange and brighter orange wide striped ground, with black with circles, curves and stripes, with a hand printed effect, the on a barkcloth cotton ground, the selvedges with Heal's Garland by Mo Sullivan

13 yards x 49 in wide; 12 m x 1.25 m wide

Condition

Comments

The V & A have a length in the blue colourway. T 4864.4-1969

Price: on request

Ref N°: 8535

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