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92/191-16/2 Artwork, textile design, gouache on paper, Dahl Collings, Sydney, New South Wales, Australia / New York, United States of America, 1950-53. Click to enlarge.

Textile design by Dahl Collings

Made by 1950-53

Textile design on paper featuring a geometric pattern with hand, star, crescent moon, eye, heart, dove and leaf moitifs contained within a rectilinear grid, printed in blue, orange and grey on white ground, designed by Dahl Collings.

Summary

Object No.

92/191-16/2

Object Statement

Artwork, textile design, gouache on paper, Dahl Collings, Sydney, New South Wales, Australia / New York, United States of America, 1950-53

Physical Description

Textile design on paper featuring a geometric pattern with hand, star, crescent moon, eye, heart, dove and leaf moitifs contained within a rectilinear grid, printed in blue, orange and grey on white ground, designed by Dahl Collings.

Marks

Label numbered 438 on top left corner and label with Dahl Collings' Castlecrag address on the back.

Dimensions

Height

590 mm

Width

475 mm

Production

Made

1950-53

Cite this Object

Harvard

Textile design by Dahl Collings 2019, Museum of Applied Arts & Sciences, accessed 16 November 2019, <https://ma.as/123664>

Wikipedia

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