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designed by Batley, Henry Williamabout 1895

This is a design for a textile containing alternating groups of tulips and roses joined by garlands. There is both a wide and a narrow stripe in the background, and one group of roses has been coloured in. This design has been attributed to Henry William Batley in around 1895 who was the previous employer of Arthur Silver who later probably sold designs through the Silver Studio.

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SD21720

Watercolour on waxed tracing paper, over brown paper.


height: 565mm
width: 360mm

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