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Fan Duncan Grant, 1913 The Victoria & Albert Museum
Fan by Duncan Grant for Omega Workshops in UK (ca 1913) Painted silk, metal, ivory and lace. [via V&A Museum collections] The use of fans as a dress accessory declined greatly after the First World War (1914-18). However, they continued to be of interest to designers and artists. Although most women no longer carried fans, they continued to buy and collect them for their artistic qualities.
Duncan Grant painted this fan for the Omega Workshops in 1913, it's now in the V & A. The Persephone Post
Duncan Grant design for Omega Workshops signboard 1913
Design for rug from Omega Workshops (1913-1919). Probably by Duncan Grant or Vanessa Bell
Duncan Grant - Omega Workshops
chair detail (from the collection of David Herbert)
'Queen Mary' design for an Omega workshop fabric, by Duncan James Corrowr Grant
omega fan - (my collection)
Philadelphia Museum of Art - Collections Object : Fan American 1910
Omega Workshops Fan by Duncan Grant, 1910
Philadelphia Museum of Art - Collections Object : Fan
'Cracow' textile design produced by Omega Workshops in 1913.
Rug Design - Conf 954 Omega Workshop Produced from an original design attributed to Duncan Grant made in a limited edition of 15. The rug was produced using original artwork, held at the Courtauld Gallery’s Collection in London. Christopher Farr
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