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Mid Century Art - Hornsea Green/Yellow

Printed on 350gsm Fujifilm Fine Art Etch Paper and supplied unframed.

Accompanied by a document explaining the origin and history of the design.

Outer measurement 29.7 x 42cm (w x h) - A3 Size

Image measurement 25 x 25cm (w x h)

Available in A4, A2 and A1 sizes on special request. Contact us for availability and prices


Hornsea - Green/Yellow

SKU: MC118-A3
  • Our limited edition Giclée print ref Art0230 is a high-resolution reproduction from an original 1960s artwork for a woven Jacquard fabric. The art was created as part of the process that wove the pattern into fabric.


    There are interesting notations relating to the weaves, pattern repeat and technical notes for the fabric thread settings. A small insight into the fashion of the day and the weavers' loom sets.


    The original art was acquired from the archive of weaver Herbert Green, Silsden, West Yorkshire, UK when the company ceased trading in the early 2000s. The artwork was used in the 1960s by textile design company Walbank and Parkin of Bradford, who generated the jacquard loom cards the weaver required. The design may have been painted by one of Walbank and Parkin's employees or by an independent designer working on their behalf or for the weaver, Herbert Green. It is also possible that the artwork was commissioned by the weavers' end fabric wholesale customer who sold fabrics!
    Quite a back story for this brightly coloured artwork

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