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  • Author:
    Lesley Jackson
  • ISBN:
    1851776605
  • ISBN13:
    978-1851776603
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    Victoria & Albert Museum (February 1, 2012)
  • Pages:
    336 pages
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Edinburgh Weavers, in business from 1931 to 1963, was one of the most important textile companies of the 20th century. Then you can start reading Kindle books on your smartphone, tablet, or computer - no Kindle device required.

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Lesley Jackson is a writer, curator and design historian specializing in twentieth-century design

Lesley Jackson is a writer, curator and design historian specializing in twentieth-century design. She has written widely on post-war design and has published several books on textiles, including Robin and Lucienne Day (2001), 20th-Century Pattern Design (2002), From Atoms to Patterns (2008), and Shirley Craven and Hull Traders (2009). V&A Pattern: Novelty Patterns.

Alastair Morton & Edinburgh Weavers by Lesley Jackson - Tisdall Script, Sackers Gothic. Lesley Jackson Artist and designer Alastair Morton was an inspirational figure who crossed the divide between painting and textiles

Alastair Morton & Edinburgh Weavers by Lesley Jackson - Tisdall Script, Sackers Gothic. Lesley Jackson Artist and designer Alastair Morton was an inspirational figure who crossed the divide between painting and textiles. As the director of Edinburgh Weavers – one o. ccording to Michael Harvey’s description of his typeface, Tisdall Script is based upon the brush-drawn script lettering of Hans Tisdall, who was the designer of many distinctive lettered book jackets for Jonathan Cape in the. low brow cravings, high brow art from Fife and beyond. Alastair Morton, the visionary art director of the company, commissioned a remarkable series of textiles from leading British artists, including Ben Nicholson, Barbara Hepworth, and Elisabeth Frink, as well as artist-designers, such as Marion Dorn, Ashley Havinden, and Lucienne Day. Morton was also a gifted artist, textile designer, and weaver in his own right

Alastair Morton, the visionary art director of the company, commissioned a remarkable series of textiles from leading . Morton was also a gifted artist, textile designer, and weaver in his own right.

Alastair Morton, the visionary art director of the company, commissioned a remarkable series of textiles from leading British artists, including Ben Nicholson, Barbara Hepworth, and Elisabeth Frink, as well as artist-designers, such as Marion Dorn, Ashley Edinburgh Weavers, in business from 1931 to 1963, was one of the most important textile companies of the 20th century. This major work traces his wide-ranging career and records the history of Edinburgh Weavers and the glorious textiles it produced.

Visionary Textiles and Modern Ar.

Visionary Textiles and Modern Art. By Lesley Jackson. Edinburgh Weavers, in business from 1931 to 1963, was one of the most important textile companies of the 20th century.

Alastair Morton, the visionary art director of the company, commissioned a remarkable series of textiles from leading .

Alastair Morton, the visionary art director of the company, commissioned a remarkable series of textiles from leading British artists .

Alastair Morton and Edinburgh Weave (Hardcover). Authors: Jackson, Lesley. Alastair Morton, visionary art director of the company, commissioned a remarkable series of textiles from leading British artists. This study traces his wide-ranging career and records the history of Edinburgh Weavers and the glorious textiles it produced.

Alastair Morton, visionary art director of the company, commissioned a remarkable series of textiles from leading .

Alastair Morton, visionary art director of the company, commissioned a remarkable series of textiles from leading British artists, including Ben Nicholson, Barbara Hepworth and Elisabeth Frink, as well artist-designers, such as Marion Dorn, Ashley Havinden and Lucienne Day. Morton was also a gifted artist, textile designer and weaver in his own right. This long overdue study traces his wide-ranging career and records the history of Edinburgh Weavers and the glorious textiles it produced.

Edinburgh Weavers, in business from 1931 to 1963, was one of the most important textile companies of the 20th century. Alastair Morton, the visionary art director of the company, commissioned a remarkable series of textiles from leading British artists, including Ben Nicholson, Barbara Hepworth, and Elisabeth Frink, as well as artist-designers, such as Marion Dorn, Ashley Havinden, and Lucienne Day. Morton was also a gifted artist, textile designer, and weaver in his own right. This major work traces his wide-ranging career and records the history of Edinburgh Weavers and the glorious textiles it produced. Drawing on the V&A’s extensive archive, this impressive book features more than 500 images of artists’ textiles, unparalleled in quality and scope.