Sketchbook of designs for Wunderlich ceilings, paper, William Harrison, Australia, 1908-1909

Made by Harrison, William, 1908-1909.

Sketchbook of designs for Wunderlich ceilings, paper, William Harrison, Australia, 1908-1909

Sketchbook, bound, woven beige textile cover with design in Art Nouveau motif in brown/blue. Pencil loop at bottom. First 10 leaves are blank, p. 15 reverse has pencilled date of ‘22/9/07’, leaf 16 signed & marked ‘approved 9/6/09’; leaf 23 & 24 marked ‘approved for filler/for borders in lieu of basket pattern no=822 EH 22/9/08’. Some designs have pencilled instructions as well as design #, all handrawn...

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Sketchbook of designs for Wunderlich ceilings, paper, William Harrison, Australia, 1908-1909

Sketchbook, bound, woven beige textile cover with design in Art Nouveau motif in brown/blue. Pencil loop at bottom. First 10 leaves are blank, p. 15 reverse has pencilled date of '22/9/07', leaf 16 signed & marked 'approved 9/6/09'; leaf 23 & 24 marked 'approved for filler/for borders in lieu of basket pattern no=822 EH 22/9/08'. Some designs have pencilled instructions as well as design #, all handrawn, some with infill watercolouring.

Dimensions

360 mm
265 mm
15 mm

Production

William Harrison (1881-1923) was Art Director and later Advertisng Manager at Wunderlich.
Harrison, William 1908-1909
Harrison, William

History

Wunderlich Limited

Source

Gift of Miss Helena Harrison, 1993
20 January, 1993

Cite this Object

Sketchbook of designs for Wunderlich ceilings, paper, William Harrison, Australia, 1908-1909 2016, Museum of Applied Arts & Sciences, accessed 28 June 2017, <https://ma.as/131351>
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