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'MEN WORKING IN THE VIOLET FIELDS AT TREMBATH' (1927) by Alec Walker: 'a meeting in 1923 in Paris with Raoul Dufy persuaded him to use his painting skills to design fabrics, transferring his art directly onto silks with the most fabulous results. All Walker's fabrics were block printed in his studio in Cornwall and he managed to get the most vibrant colours on his silks, both in the dyeing and printing.' ✫ღ⊰n

'MEN WORKING IN THE VIOLET FIELDS AT TREMBATH' (1927) by Alec Walker: 'a meeting in 1923 in Paris with Raoul Dufy persuaded him to use his painting skills to design fabrics, transferring his art directly onto silks with the most fabulous results. All Walker's fabrics were block printed in his studio in Cornwall and he managed to get the most vibrant colours on his silks, both in the dyeing and printing.' ✫ღ⊰n

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Walker, Alec for Crysede.

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'Men Working in the Violet Fields at Trembath': watercolour painting by Alec Walker

Alec Walker's 1920s "Ding Dong Mine" textile design

Cryséde

The Cliff Top - Dorothea Sharp

Dorothea Sharp - The Cliff Top Oil on canvas, signed l.: Dorothea Sharp, also signed, titled and inscribed on the reverse: The Cliff Top/ Miss Dorothea Sharp/ 22 Blomfield Road (hva)

1943-45 (St Ives, Cornwall)

Ben Nicholson OM (St Ives, Cornwall)’, © Angela Verren Taunt All rights reserved, DACS

'Cornish Farm' dress fabric | Cornwall, England, 1930 | Designer: Alec Walker (1889-1964). Manufacturer: Cryséde Silks | Block printed silk | Many Cryséde fabrics were dyed in bold, clashing colours similar to those used by the Fauves. Their loose, painterly style and subject matter were a vibrant contrast to the discreet floral dress fabrics typical of the time | VA Museum, London

Cornish Farm

Image of cornish farm furnishing fabric, by alec walker. editorial use only by V&A Images

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