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Throughout its history wallpaper has imitated textured surfaces, but, restricted by printing methods, these imitations were often quite crude.

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Throughout its history wallpaper has imitated textured surfaces, but, restricted by printing methods, these imitations were often quite crude.


The introduction of screen-printing in the mid-20th century enabled the designer’s marks – whether crayon, brush or sponge - to be faithfully reproduced, as could the surfaces of brick, stone or, as in this case, bark. This paper is a reproduction of an original at the Whitworth Art Gallery and is typical of a design that provided the only decorative effect in many ‘modern’ interiors of the time.

Throughout its history wallpaper has imitated textured surfaces, but, restricted by printing methods, these imitations were often quite crude.


The introduction of screen-printing in the mid-20th century enabled the designer’s marks – whether crayon, brush or sponge - to be faithfully reproduced, as could the surfaces of brick, stone or, as in this case, bark. This paper is a reproduction of an original at the Whitworth Art Gallery and is typical of a design that provided the only decorative effect in many ‘modern’ interiors of the time.





























CollectionRetrospective papers
Repeat
53cm/21ins


Roll Length10.05m (11 yds)
Roll Width52cm (20 1/2ins)
WashabilityWashable
MPNBirch








ApplicationPaste the Paper



Throughout its history wallpaper has imitated textured surfaces, but, restricted by printing methods, these imitations were often quite crude.

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