Maud is a fabric design by Vanessa Bell, dating from 1913 and originally produced for the Omega Workshops in four different colourways. According to the V & A Museum, "The workshops produced six printed linens which were used by the most daring as dress fabrics. The printers are said to have used a secret process to 'preserve the freedom and spontaneity of the original drawing."
Bell (1879-1961) was a key figure in the group of artists and designers known as Bloomsbury, that included Duncan Grant, Virginia and Leonard Woolf, Lytton Strachey, Roger Fry, Clive Bell and Maynard Keynes. The V&A acquired several Omega textiles in 1919 as it was felt 'they might become great curiosities in the future'. Bell's work is showcased in the home she shared with Grant called Charleston near Firle, Sussex. Bell was a celebrated painter and interior designer whose work is in the collection of the Tate Gallery.
Size: 30x60cm, comes with feather inner.
Please note: Photograph of cushion is a guide only. Due to the nature of the pattern repeat every cushion in this collection will be unique.