16th Century Wall Painting.  Repeated patterns  (rather than a landscape for example) were painted onto the lime plaster but also sometimes on to brick work and wood.  Natural colours used to create bold designs were favoured.

Repeated patterns (rather than a landscape for example) were painted onto the lime plaster but also sometimes on to brick work and wood. Natural colours used to create bold designs were favoured.

16th century multivine wall painting in a private house in Kent

I like the swirls at the top. century multivine wall painting in a private house in Kent

Tudor wall at the Gloucester Folk Museum

Tudor wall at the Gloucester Folk Museum

melissa white hand painted

melissa white hand painted


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