Printed cotton velvet in the manner of Arthur Heygate Mackmurdo and printed by Scheurer, Lauth & Cie.
French (Thann, near Mulhouse), ca. 1890s

Roller-printed cotton velvet depicting an abstracted repeated design resembling undulating peacock feathers.

Lengths in other colorways are in the collections of the Los Angeles County Museum of Art (M.2006.88.10) and the Museum fuhr Kunst und Gewerbe Hamburg (1980.15). Published in Ruth Gronwoldt, Art Nouveau Textil-Decor um 1900 (1980), pp. 36-37.

18" H x 23" W
Printed cotton velvet, French, 1880s
Cotton Velvet in the Manner of Arthur Heygate Mackmurdo Gradient by Evelyn Redgrave Masker (Masks) by Viola Gråsten Weaving Samples by Dorothy Liebes Country Rhythm by Georges Schreiber Small Squares by Alexander Girard Diamonds by Albert Herbert September by Elehank Designers Filo by Angelo Testa Botany by Josef Frank Lipsticks by Zandra Rhodes Abstract #1 by Ruth Reeves
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