A piece of fabric design history on your wall! Measuring 100cm x 40cm, this panel will provide a colourful focal point to a neutral colour scheme. In oranges, pinks and olive green on a cream background, it is mounted onto a cotton artists' canvas to give the fabric support and body.
This fab and funky fabric is called "Shalimar", designed by Albert Reichart in the 1960s. The design is silk screen printed onto medium weight cotton. Albert Reichart was one of many outstanding artists who designed fabrics in the 1960s and 1970s for the iconic store Heal's in Tottenham Court Road, London.
It's a bold, floral design, typical of the exuberance of the time.
It can be cleaned by brushing with a soft hand brush to remove dust, and wiped with a damp cloth occasionally. Before mounting, the fabric was washed at 30 degrees and steam ironed, so it is colourfast.
It will be posted by first class signed for post.
I have been sorting through my art and craft stocks in my attic. I came across a lot of vintage fabric pieces that I had acquired years ago and thought they were so vibrant that they would make bright, colourful statements as pieces of wall art.
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