ART & ARTISTS: Lucienne Day

Rig, by Lucienne Day (Custom print) Detail of Rig furnishing fabric, by Lucienne Day for Heals Ltd, 1953 © Victoria and Albert Museum / V Prints

lucienne day textiles | Lucienne Day and Angie Lewin

Lucienne Day and Angie Lewin

I wish I could get myself to Designing Women: Post-war British textiles at  the Fashion and Textile Museum, London, featuring the work of Lucienne Day  (1917–2010), Jacqueline Groag (1903–86) and Marian Mahler (1911– 83). Day  wanted to be a painter, but decided that expressing her designs in a f

Post War & Lucienne Day

Fritillary by Lucienne Day, via the wallpaper files.the Cocteau twins song makes so much more sense now

Herb Anatomy, Lucienne day/Heal's, 1956

50’s textile is funky

chic color combo, greys and pale pink.

'Feathered Friends' furnishing fabric, by Sylvia Chalmers for Elizabeth Eaton Ltd. UK, © Victoria and Albert Museum, London

Lucienne Day's Calyx fabric

The Secret History Of: Lucienne Day's Calyx fabric

Lucienne Day's Calyx fabric from Independent Newspaper. I really like the way Lucienne Day created little abstract marks to infill her designs. Adds more interest and a look of texture to her work.

Got this for Christmas. A classic coming of age story - with a beautiful Lucienne Day cover.

Title: The Dud Avocado Author: Elaine Dundy Published: 1958 Source: Library Rating: 4 out of 5 It's 1958 and Sally Jay Gorce, hair “dyed a marvelous shade of pale red so popular with Parisian tarts.