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92/191-16/1 Artworks, sketchbook of textile designs, paper / cardboard / metal, Dahl Collings, Sydney / New York, 1950-53. Click to enlarge.

Sketchbook of textile designs by Dahl Collings

Made 1950-53

Dahl Collings? multi-faceted design practice encompassed commercial art, collage, illustration, graphic, textile and costume design, photography, documentary film and painting. Dahl?s innovative techniques and ideas brought her success at home and abroad from the late 1920s-1970s.

Born Dulcie May Wilmott (1909-1988), Dahl moved from Adelaide to Sydney to study at the J.S. Watkins Studio and at East Sydney Technical College under Raynor Hoff - working from 1928 for Sydney department stores Hord...

Summary

Object No.

92/191-16/1

Object Statement

Artworks, sketchbook of textile designs, paper / cardboard / metal, Dahl Collings, Sydney / New York, 1950-53

Physical Description

Cardboard sketchbook is spiral bound and has a label affixed to the front with Dahl Collings' New York address. It contains four pages, three with textile designs painted with gouache.

Dimensions

Height

475 mm

Width

600 mm

Production

Made

1950-53

Cite this Object

Harvard

Sketchbook of textile designs by Dahl Collings 2019, Museum of Applied Arts & Sciences, accessed 20 September 2019, <https://ma.as/123663>

Wikipedia

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