Lucienne Day pioneer of contemporary design and one of my favourite textile designers of the 20th century

detail from Lucienne Day’s ‘Miscellany’ fabric, manufactured by British Celanese

Reproduisez ce motif abstrait d'inspiration végétale en utilisant les tubes de pointe fine de couleurs noir, blanc et gris sur un fond d'un vert riche!

rare vtg 50s fabric grafton atomic lucienne day / robert stewart / Heals era

rare vtg fabric grafton atomic lucienne day / robert stewart / Heals era in Antiques, Fabric/Textiles, Fabric

mid-century, lucienne day, pattern, print, illustration, food, drawing, yellow, texture, 1950s

Good Food Glass Towel, (detail), ca. Jill A. Wiltse and H. Kirk Brown III Collection of British Textiles. On display at the Textile Museum in Washington, DC, May as part of the exhibit

Rare Original 50s French Atomic Fabric Cushion Pillow -  Lucienne Day era Mid Modern

Rare Original 50s French Atomic Fabric Cushion Pillow - Lucienne Day era Mid Modern

Patterns and sketches from the books of Lucienne Day. Lines running up and down the page hold the forms together, whilst the shapes are heavily influenced by nature and flowers.

Lucienne Day - my favourite textiles designer. The theme of my GCSE sketchbook is the Festival of Britain 1951

The MeadowTree Journal: Lucienne Day-The Orange Lookbook

Manufactured by Heal Fabrics. At the Textile Museum, Washington, D. Wiltse and H. Kirk Brown III Collection of British Textiles. Courtesy the Textile Museum.

Rare Original 50s French Atomic Fabric Cushion Pillow -  Lucienne Day era Mid Modern

-imagine the colour shapes as felt stitched down and the black marks as machine embroidery-


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