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1952: A detail from Lucienne Day’s ‘Miscellany’ fabric, manufactured by British Celanese  http://www.1972projects.blogspot...

1952: A detail from Lucienne Day's 'Miscellany' fabric, manufactured by British Celanese http://www.1972projects.blogspot.com

Power and originality: the iconic print designs of Lucienne Day

In post-war Britain, a young Lucienne Day made her name in design conveying the buoyant national mood through jubilant, modernist textiles. These patterns have now come to define mid-century print design and remain wildly popular, and are being celebrated for her centenary today. Paula Day, Lucienne and Robin Day’s daughter and director of the foundation dedicated to her parents’ legacy, believes Lucienne’s enduring influence can be compared with that of William Morris.

Lucienne Day.

Ahh I love this artist, being featured many a time in my foundation projects.Lucienne Day is ingenious designer who creates modern and stylish fabrics. Being a post WWII mid-century British design…

Art for the People: The Dazzling Textiles of Lucienne Day

Lucienne Day was one of Britain’s foremost post-war designers, creating dazzling textiles that decorated almost every home across the country throughout the 1950s and beyond. Drawing on the English tradition for plant-based forms including flowers, grasses and seed heads, she went on to transform them into radical, abstracted repeat patterns, symbolising the regrowth of a...

Lucienne Day – Calyx (Drapery Fabric) | Cranbrook Art Museum

Lucienne Day (Designer) Calyx (Drapery Fabric), 1951 Born 1917. Coulson. Surrey, England Manufacturer: Heal Fabrics. Ltd., London. England Distributor: Greeff Fabrics. Inc .. New York. New York Screen-printed linen 43 1/2 x 90 inches Gift of Greeff Fabrics. Inc. CAM 1953.1 British-born Lucienne Day graduated from the Royal College of Art, London, in 1940 before

Culture Trip speaks to Paula Day, daughter of Robin and Lucienne Day, about how her parents became Britain's most celebrated designer couple.

Pioneers of industrial design Robin and Lucienne Day quickly became Britains most celebrated designer couple of the post-war period. Home Design Editor...


The official site for furniture designer Robin Day and textile designer Lucienne Day tells the story of their lives & designs and shows all licensed products. The Robin and Lucienne Day Foundation is a design education charity established by their daughter Paula Day in 2012.


Very rare, impressive large scaled textile designed by Georges Braque and printed by Charles Bloom Inc. New York c.1956. An example of this textile is illustrated on pages 176-177 of Artists' Textiles...from